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Student Support Foundation

The Student Support Foundation is a student-led initiative that operates from a grant provided by The Morgridge Family Foundation in order to promote the development and participation of Rollins students in becoming global citizens and responsible leaders through philanthropy.

Eligibility 

  • Rollins students that have demonstrated financial need
  • Rollins faculty/staff member who have exhausted other potential resources to start/continue projects that directly affect the well-being of Rollins students

Financial Assistance areas of short-term and long-term focus:

  1. Scholarly: Books, school-related supplies, gowns/graduation materials, honor society dues, conference costs
  2. Personal: Emergency travel, food, clothing
  3. Community: Rollins Immersion experience deposits, leadership development opportunity costs

If you have any questions about the application process, or if you are eligible to apply for funding or the Student Support Foundation in general, please e-mail ssf@rollins.edu. For the Fall 2020 semester, completed applications received before Friday at 12pm will be reviewed the next week. 

In order to apply, please fill out the application. Also, please make sure to submit a separate, itemized budget sheet and e-mail it to the Student Support Foundation. Incomplete applications will not be reviewed.

If you are interested in being a part of the SSF team stop by our weekly meeting or please e-mail Lily Calary and refer to the history of the Student Support Foundation. For the Fall 2020 semester, our team will be meeting virtually every Wednesday at 4:15pm EST.

The SSF Team

Co-Presidents Lily Calary & Ellie Heller
Secretary Lily Morse
Social Media Coordinator Maddy Fritz
Pantry Manager Ellie Heller 

Food Pantry Resources

The Student Support Foundation manages a food pantry that is open to all current Rollins students. The service is confidential. 

The contents of the pantry change according to donations received, and occasionally there are fresh vegetables. There are also a limited amount of toiletries available. 

The pantry is located in the Kathleen W. Rollins Hall Building 2nd Floor, and is open by request. If would like to set-up an individual appointment to visit the pantry or are interested in donating non-perishable food or unused toiletry items to the pantry, please contact Sofia at smacias@rollins.edu for more information. 

If you would like to place a mobile order, please complete this form. We will contact you with pick-up information once your order is processed.