Rollins Ranked No. 1 College in the South

June 27, 2019

By Audrey St. Clair ’03

College Consensus—which combines rankings from top publishers and students—named Rollins the No. 1 college in the South for 2019.

Rollins has been named the No. 1 college in the South by College Consensus, a school rankings and student review aggregator.

College Consensus combines the results of the top college ranking publishers like U.S. News & World Report and Forbes with real student reviews from top student-review sites like Niche and Unigo to produce a comprehensive ranking of a school’s reputation and quality.

In its rankings of the best colleges in the South, College Consensus recognized Rollins for its prolific and varied study abroad experiences through the Office of International Programs as well as its emphasis on service, community engagement, and civic initiatives.

Other standout offerings include the College’s Accelerated Management Program, which combines a BA and MBA into a five-year program, the honors program, and the dual-degree program, where students concurrently earn a BA in international business from Rollins and a BS in international management from Reutlingen University in Germany.

College Consensus also recently ranked Rollins 2019’s best college in Florida for the third consecutive year. 

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