Personalized Learning Environment
The thing about a four-year education is that it can seem long in the beginning, but often goes by in the blink of an eye. Our promise to you is that we’ll never leave you on your own to figure it out. The Rollins approach to a personalized learning environment takes advantage of every moment to maximize engagement. We value hands-on research over rote memorization, mentorship over prescriptive lectures, and experiential learning above all else. Our advisors equip every incoming first-year student with a roadmap for finishing their degree in four years, backed by consistent monitoring and support throughout the Rollins experience. It’s part of our Finish in Four promise, which ensures that you’ll get the most out of your time here.
Inside and outside the classroom, you’ll forge relationships with fellow students, successful alumni, and expert faculty deeply invested in your personal and professional development.
Average Class Size
Commitment to Undergraduate Teaching
Students Who Had a Mentor are Twice as Likely to Thrive
Our professors know a lot, starting with your name
You’ll forge lifelong relationships with our expert professors through our intimate, discussion-based courses and one-on-one advising. That student-faculty bond is strengthened while working side by side on everything from original collaborative research to life-changing service projects and globetrotting field studies.
Priority Scholarship Deadline
Apply by November 15 to receive priority consideration for partial academic scholarships that range from $10,000 to $32,000. Don’t miss out on all that aid—start an application today. It’s fast, easy, and free.
The home of engaged learning
With an average class size of just 17, our personalized learning environment is designed to maximize engagement and support, and thanks to our 11:1 student-faculty ratio, our professors have the freedom to focus on you. It’s little wonder then that U.S. News & World Report ranked Rollins the No. 1 college in the South for undergraduate teaching in 2020 and 2021.
Mentors Matter Most
A recent Gallup report reveals that college graduates who had a professor who cared about them as a person, made them excited about learning, and encouraged them to pursue their dreams were twice as likely to thrive in their lives and careers. From expert faculty and alumni to peer mentors and dedicated advisors, you’re never alone on your Rollins journey.
“From day one at Rollins, my professors cared about my interests, about me as a person. They implored me to reach out and explore, to get outside my comfort zone, where they knew I’d develop not just technical skills, but communication, problem-solving, and people skills. Because of this, I was able to become a leader both in my major and beyond.”