Location & Region

Rollins' home in Winter Park, Florida, will place you at an exciting crossroads of culture, commerce, professional opportunity, and fun. The campus is less than 50 miles from the Atlantic Ocean and only 70 miles from the Gulf of Mexico. An afternoon’s walk along Park Avenue—just steps away from campus—will expose you to a few of the exciting cultural and recreational outlets you will enjoy as a member of the Rollins community.

Winter Park

Some of Winter Park's most popular attractions include...

Festivals: Autumn Art Festival, Family Fall Festival, Florida Film Festival, Unity Heritage Festival, and Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival

Parks: Cady Way Park, Central Park, Dinky Dock Park, Kraft Azalea Gardens, Lake Island Park, Mead Garden, Phelps Park, Shady Park, and Ward Park

Museums: Albin Polasek Museum and Sculpture Gardens, Rollins Museum of Art, Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art, and Winter Park Historical Association & Museum

Theaters: Annie Russell Theatre, Enzian Theater, Fred Stone Theatre, Paper Moon Theatre Company, and Winter Park Playhouse

Sports & Recreation: Winter Park Golf Course, Winter Park Farmers’ Market, Lake Island Recreation Center, Winter Park Tennis Center, Scenic Boat Tours, and Winter Pines Golf Course

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Less than ten minutes away from the Rollins campus, Orlando continues to thrive as one of America’s fastest-growing metropolitan areas. With a population of more than 1.6 million, Orlando will offer you easy access to…

  • Six zoos and wildlife refuges
  • 52 million square feet of retail shopping space
  • More than 5,000 restaurants
  • More than 2,000 lakes, springs, and rivers
  • Walt Disney World
  • Orlando City Soccer Club of Major League Soccer
  • The Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra
  • And more...
A sunset over Lake Eola in downtown Orlando.

Your Guide to Living in Orlando

A recent report by WalletHub ranked Orlando as the No. 1 midsize college city and the No. 2 city to start a career in the U.S.

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