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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.

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Solving the World’s Greatest Challenges

Rollins graduates earn more than a degree. They gain the knowledge and skills to address large-scale issues like climate change and human rights.

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.

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.

Sarah Skala, Socorro Torres Lopez, Capri Gutierrez, and Sarah Bennefield.

4 Rollins Students Earn Fulbright Scholarships

Four Tars have received the distinguished Fulbright Scholarship, including two teaching assignments and two awards to pursue graduate school and research opportunities.

From top left: Connor Xu ’23, Ashley Troutman ’23, Capri Gutierrez ’23, Emily Froehlich ’23, Raj Singh ’23, Sarah Skala ’23, and Georgina Groth ’23.

Rising to the Top

This year’s seven valedictorians share highlights from their time at Rollins and a glimpse of what’s next in their meaningful lives and productive careers.

From top left: Jeannie Infante Sager ’94, Bryce Pittenger ’87, Ann Francis ’01, and Tori Linder ’14.

Rollins Announces 2023 Alumni Award Winners

Meet the recipients of the 2023 Fred Rogers Global Citizenship Award, Distinguished Alumni Award, Recent Alumni Achievement Award, and Alumni Service Award.

Tars Compete at Florida Model U.N. Conference

The Rollins Model U.N. team walked away with two team awards and an individual honor as they prepare for their next competition in November.

Financing a Better Future

For William Glass ’14 and Andrew Holliday ’13, what began as the need to develop good money habits has turned into a passion for helping others eliminate financial stress.

From top left: Wyatt Deihl ’21, Giovanni Figueiredo ’21, Raul Tavarez Ramirez ’21, Molly von Eschenbach ’21, and Madison Spence ’21.

Off and Running

One year after crossing the commencement stage at Rollins, these five Class of 2021 graduates are already establishing themselves as up-and-coming leaders in their respective fields.

Nia Knox, Matthew Deveaux, and Capri Gutierrez

Tars Earn Public Policy and International Affairs Fellowships

Matthew Deveaux ’23, Capri Gutierrez ’23, and Nia Knox ’23 have been selected to attend Public Policy International Affairs’ prestigious Junior Summer Institute.

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Leadership Lessons (L)earned

These Rollins College grads credit thriving careers in medicine, law, and business to lessons learned in service of others.