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Rollins student Andrew Persaud '24 in Africa

Persaud ’24 Earns Gilman Scholarship

Andrew Persaud ’24 has earned a Gilman Scholarship and is pursuing his passion for studying languages and exploring different cultures in Morocco.

Rollins Intersession 2024 classes

Learning by Doing

Each year between the fall and spring semesters, enterprising students return to campus a little early to participate in Intersession, a weeklong course dedicated to an interesting subject not typically offered during the regular semester.

Kellison ’25 Publishes Journal Article on Rocket Acoustics

Makayle Kellison ’25 has published a scholarly article in a noted acoustics journal examining the sound levels of rocket launches.

Rollins student Elle Mannino ’25

Mannino ’25 Attends Harvard Public Policy Leadership Conference

The opportunities Elle Mannino ’25 has seized just two years into her Rollins journey prepared her to earn a spot at the prestigious Public Policy Leadership Conference (PPLC) at Harvard Kennedy School.

Top 23 Stories of 2023 photo grid

Top 23 Stories of 2023

As we close the book on 2023, we bring you the Rollins stories you loved most this year—one more time.

A grid of students and professors at Rollins College

Set Up for Success

Hear from peer mentor Michelle Rodriguez ’24 in her own words about how the Rollins College Conference course—RCC for short—acts as a roadmap for your Rollins journey.

Ben Mack-Jackson ’24 and Liam King ’24

Two Tars Named Ginsburg Fellows

Ben Mack-Jackson ’24 and Liam King ’24 have been selected among the first cohort of Ginsburg Fellows, a new scholarship and mentoring program.

Stephenson Named Co-Principal Investigator on NSF Grant

Biology professor Paul Stephenson is partnering with the University of St. Thomas to train undergraduate biologists using urban agriculture.

Rollins College English professor Jana Mathews engages students in class discussion.

Inside a Rollins Classroom

In small classes, big things happen. Through open discussion, hands-on learning, and close-knit mentorship from faculty who know your goals and dreams, you emerge as a confident critical thinker ready to make your mark.

Rollins student Alexa Macias ’23, CLS Program recipient

Macias ’23 Earns Critical Language Scholarship

Alexa Macias ’23 has earned a Critical Language Scholarship to study Chinese in Taiwan at the National Cheng Kung University.

A group of Rollins students take in the view in Austria.

A Whole New World

Barbie and Ken aren’t the only ones creating change and exploring new worlds. Check out this year’s upcoming field studies for a chance to experience new cultures, take cool classes, and gain a competitive edge in the job market.

A Rollins art history major

Video: Art History at Rollins

We give you an inside look at what it means to be an art history major at Rollins.