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Student Support Foundation

The Student Support Foundation (SSF) is a student-led, philanthropic initiative that operates from a grant provided by The Morgridge Family Foundation. The organization is also supported by a number of Rollins College Campus Partners including Student & Family Care, The Hamilton Holt School, Sodexo, and The Center for Career & Life Planning.  The SSF manages the Rollins Food Pantry and provides financial assistance to members of the Rollins community.

Eligibility for Financial Assistance

  • Rollins students that can demonstrate financial need
  • Rollins faculty/staff members who have exhausted other potential resources to start/continue projects that directly affect the well-being of Rollins students
Areas of financial need can include:  
  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, etc.

If you have any questions about the application process, or to find out if you are eligible to apply for funding from the Student Support Foundation, please e-mail 

Applications need to be in by 11:59pm on Sunday and will be reviewed during Common Hour on Thursdays. Our team will reach out to applicants within 72 hours of reviewing applications to provide an update on the status of the application.

Applications are now closed for the 2023- 2024 academic year.

If you meet the above requirements and would like to apply, please fill out the application

If you are in need of emergency assistance, please contact Student & Family Care at or 407-646-2596.

Food Pantry Resources

 The Student Support Foundation manages a food pantry that is open to all members of the Rollins community. The service is confidential. 

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

The pantry is located in the Kathleen W. Rollins Hall Building 2nd Floor at the CLCE office from 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday and also 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 Sophie Foster (  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. 

The SSF Team

Co-Presidents Sophie Foster 
Vice President Sabrina Burke
Social Media Coordinator Leora Rose 
Pantry Manager: TBD