The Office of Student Involvement and Leadership is a team of full-time professionals, graduate assistants, and student staff who are dedicated to improving the quality of life on campus through student involvement and leadership opportunities.
OSIL supports the mission of Rollins College by providing meaningful and intentional learning opportunities that prepare students for lifelong responsible citizenship in our global society.
The office oversees the student organizations, fraternity and sorority community, major campus events, student government, campus media, leadership initiatives, and campus programs.
GET INVOLVED! getinvolved.rollins.edu is the website to look at to find out about all of the different clubs and organizations.
You’ll also be able to meet with many of the student organizations during R-Big Event during the first two weeks of school—be sure to ask your Peer Mentors to bring your class!
Fraternity and Sorority Life are housed within the Office of Student Involvement and Leadership. Here is the website to find out more: http://rollins.edu/osil/fsl/index.html. You can also check out the FSL blog to learn more about the Greek community.
Rollins College supports more than 100 student organizations! Our programs are aimed at creating innovative learning environments from within and outside of the classroom, aiding the transition to college and beyond.
Our goal is to provide the proper tools and resources to students interested in joining an organization. If you have any questions, please e-mail us at: email@example.com.
Rollins College is excited to offer special field study opportunities for first-year students. We know that many incoming first-years are already looking forward to opportunities to travel and study abroad. Our international experiential learning courses are designed specifically for first-year students and are led by experienced faculty. We aim to provide the first-year students who participate in these courses a chance to connect with a Rollins professor off-campus and to develop connections with their classmates--fellow travelers and fellow first-year students. We hope that these field study courses spark a lifelong interest in travel and intercultural learning.
In order to play varsity sports you must contact the specific coach from the sport you want to play and find out if you are eligible to participate.
In order to play intramural sports you can contact Nathan Arrowsmith, who is in charge of intramurals. He will be able to provide with all the intramural information you may need. The Rollins College Intramural Sports Program provides organized athletic activity for the Rollins Community. Our goal is to offer every individual the opportunity to participate. Only a desire to compete and have fun is necessary. Participation in any intramural activity or event is purely voluntary and individuals participate at their own risk.
If you go to www.rollinssports.com you can find information about all sports and intramurals at the college.