Walk of Fame Bricks

Leave Your Mark

Honor your achievements, commemorate your time on the Rollins campus, and support your alma mater with a brick on the Walk of Fame, a historic Rollins landmark. The engraved bricks, placed in the brick walkway in front of Kathleen W. Rollins Hall, are also the perfect way to commemorate a loved one or classmate, or to celebrate a student’s graduation from Rollins.

Bricks with names, years, and messages.

For a contribution of $300 or more to Rollins College, you will receive one 4” x 8” brick with a personalized inscription of your choice. Bricks are placed in the walkway in front of Kathleen W. Rollins Hall once a year before Commencement. Brick orders will open in July for the May 2025 commencement installation.

Large round stone with Walk of Fame carved into it

What is the Walk of Fame?

Established by President Emeritus Hamilton Holt in 1929, the Rollins Walk of Fame contains more than 200 stones representing celebrated artists, authors, and other historic notables. Circling Mills Lawn, President Holt's goal in starting this tradition was “to have every man or woman, living or dead, whose services deserve the eternal remembrances of mankind, represented in our Walk.”

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