Rollins Magazine Fall 2021
October 26, 2021
By Audrey St. Clair ’03
This special edition of Rollins magazine outlines the ambitious goals behind our Brighter Together campaign, a $275 million investment in the people, programs, and places that prepare our graduates for meaningful lives and productive careers.
Living Our Legacy
As we launch a campaign for the future of Rollins College, we do so with that same spark of philanthropy and vision that started it all.
Rooted in Rigor
By investing in the strength of Rollins’ unique academic model, we continue to embolden our position as one of the country’s best and most innovative liberal arts institutions.
Fueling an Engine of Opportunity
Supporting financial aid and scholarship opportunities at Rollins means that many more bright, promising students can join our community of learners.
A Fund Fit for All
From meeting urgent needs to supporting hands-on learning experiences, The Rollins Annual Fund is a key piece of the puzzle.
A Bridge to Everywhere
From the moment our wide-eyed students step onto the Rollins campus, they’re met by countless opportunities to put their learning into practice. The result? Confident, well-prepared citizens of the world ready to lead the future.
Groundwork for Greatness
Just north of Fairbanks Avenue, Rollins is creating a hub of philanthropy, art, and entrepreneurship at the nexus of our campus and our community.
Giving to Rollins
From quick and easy online gifts to sharing your time and expertise, there are plenty of ways to give back to Rollins, each with its own unique set of benefits.
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