Angelica Rivera ’23

March 04, 2022

My Rollins Life: A Study in Resilience

With the support of her mentors, environmental studies major Angelica Rivera ’23 has adapted to unexpected challenges—and found new opportunities along the way.

BSU students dancing at the Soul Food Sunday dinner, one of their favorite traditions.

February 24, 2022

Club Spotlight: Black Student Union

The history of Rollins’ Black Student Union echoes the history of America. Now, a new generation of leaders are making an impact on campus and beyond through service, education, and a chorus of voices calling for change.

Carley Matthews ’22

February 14, 2022

My Rollins Life: Defining Leadership

Carley Matthews ’22 isn’t trying to fit a certain mold of leadership—she’s using her own voice and style to redefine the role.

An aerial photo of an airboat driving through a canal with a storm on the horizon.

July 07, 2020

Wild Wonders

Service and adventure converge on an Immersion experience in the Everglades, where hands-on learning leads to lasting impact.

August 08, 2019

My Rollins Gateway: Connecting the Dots

Lucas Hernandez ’13 is helping solve his hometown’s toughest challenges by supercharging local know-how with the technological might of one of the world’s largest companies.

December 18, 2018

15 Reasons Rollins is Florida’s Most Engaged Campus

Florida Campus Compact has named Rollins the Most Engaged Campus of 2018 for its demonstrated commitment to social and community engagement. Here are 15 ways the College is leading the charge in changemaking.

SJ Renfroe ’18 in the atrium of Bush Science Center.

October 22, 2018

Ethos in Action

SJ Renfroe ’18 came to Rollins having never heard the term “human rights violation.” Now she’s devoting her life’s work to stopping them.


Students ride on a tractor at Zellwood Farm, not far from campus, where they work alongside migrant farmworkers.

September 10, 2018

Rollins Ranked as a Leader in Alternative Breaks

Rollins has ranked No. 1 nationally for the highest percentage of students who participate in alternative breaks.

Students sitting on a large-scale sculpture in downtown Orlando

February 02, 2018

Liberal Arts in Action

Many of our industrious students cut their winter breaks short to participate in Intersession, a weeklong course dedicated to an intriguing topic not typically covered during the regular semester.