Rollins Reports a 95% Graduation Rate for 2013 Spring Commencement

May 9, 2013 - The Rollins College Crummer Graduate School of Business announces a 95 percent graduation rate for the class of 2013.

The school attributes its graduation success to its team-structured learning environment, which includes student groups and cohorts that foster learning and the development of powerful life-long connections. Rollins MBA’s strong alumni network and their ability to take free MBA courses for life after graduation ensure that students are supported through graduation and beyond.

“The benefits of earning our MBA are life-long,” said Craig McAllaster, dean at Rollins College Crummer Graduate School of Business. “We are committed to helping our students succeed while they pursue their MBA and throughout their careers.”

The Rollins MBA commencement ceremony was held on May 4, 2013. Keynote speaker U.S. Senator Bill Nelson, who flew on the space shuttle Columbia in 1986, regaled the audience about the opportunities and possibilities that await the graduates, noting that his own grandparents would never have imagined that their grandson would be traveling into space. “We are living in exciting times,” he said, noting that “anything is possible,” from the curing of major diseases to space travel to Mars.


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