Tom ’74 and Penny Yochum have pledged $250,000 toward the construction of the Rollins Museum of Art as part of Rollins’ Brighter Together campaign.
News & Features
May 05, 2022
Elizabeth Bonker ’22 long struggled to communicate with a world that didn’t always understand or accept her. Now, armed with her Rollins education, she’s starting a nonprofit to bring communication assistance to those affected by non-speaking autism.
May 18, 2022
Phi Theta Kappa once again selects Rollins as a leader in transfer-student development and success.
May 18, 2022
After a superstar undergraduate career, Emily Curran ’22 will start her PhD program with an extra boost from one of the nation’s preeminent STEM fellowships.
May 12, 2022
From discovering the origins of centuries-old paint samples to curating exhibitions at the Rollins Museum of Art, the College provided Isaac Gorres ’21 the freedom to combine interests in art and science.
Longtime donors Peter ’77 ’78MBA and Cappy Powell have pledged gifts to both the new Crummer Graduate School of Business facility and The Rollins Annual Fund.
The Elizabeth Morse Genius Foundation has committed $500,000 to Rollins’ Student-Faculty Collaborative Scholarship Program.
Composer and musician Sally Albrecht ’76 has been recognized for an extraordinary career spanning more than four decades.
For their community leadership and professional contributions, seven Rollins alumni have been recognized by the Orlando Business Journal in its annual 40 Under 40 Awards.
Rollins bids farewell to the distinguished historian and former president who left an indelible mark on the College, most notably in the arts.
May 11, 2022
Marybelle Doe ’21, the Hamilton Holt School’s 2022 outstanding graduating senior and one of the first graduates of Rollins’ Pathway to Teaching Program, relates her journey to discover wisdom.
May 10, 2022
Celebrating 90 years of performance and theater education, the Annie announces its 2022-23 season with a showstopper lineup.
May 09, 2022
Rollins College valedictorian Elizabeth Bonker ’22, who is affected by non-speaking autism and communicates solely by typing, urges her fellow graduates to use their voices, serve others, and see the value in everyone they meet.