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January 19, 2022

What It’s Like to … Perform on the Silver Screen

Isabella Ward ’15 recently made her big-screen debut in the Golden Globe-winning West Side Story revival, and now she’s reflecting on her path to the spotlight.

January 26, 2022

MHR Program Earns Realignment from Society of Human Resource Management

Rollins’ Master of Human Resources (MHR) program has earned realignment with the Society of Human Resource Management’s esteemed HR curriculum.

January 14, 2022

Powells Pledge $375,000 to New Crummer Facility and Rollins Annual Fund

Longtime donors Peter ’77 ’78MBA and Cappy Powell have pledged gifts to both the new Crummer Graduate School of Business facility and The Rollins Annual Fund.

From left: Lindsay Muscato ’07 and Yanet Herrero ’20

January 14, 2022

Two Tars Recognized as “Women Who Mean Business”

Yanet Herrero ’20 and Lindsay Muscato ’07 both made the Orlando Business Journal’s annual list recognizing outstanding businesswomen in Central Florida.

January 13, 2022

Rollins Kicks Off MLK Week with Reflection and Service

Rollins honors Martin Luther King Jr.’s life, legacy, and commitment to civil rights with a week of inspiring activities.


January 03, 2022

First Look: The Alfond Inn Expansion

A new phase of growth at Rollins’ award-winning boutique hotel will support the next generation of scholars and leaders.

Neny Lairet ’21

December 07, 2021

My Rollins Gateway: Filling Her Plate to Fill Her Cup

Neny Lairet ’21 found her ideal career path by pursuing an interest in international business and embracing opportunities to be a leader at Rollins.

Sergie Albino ’10MBA, Alexandra Robertson ’11 ’12MBA, Patrick de la Roza ’08MBA, Shelton Granade ’02MBA, Randy Haffner ’92MBA, Garima Shah ’11MBA, and Matt Certo ’01.

December 06, 2021

Rollins Alumni Recognized as Orlando’s Power Players

The Orlando Business Journal’s annual Power Players awards have named seven Rollins graduates among Central Florida’s most influential executives.

Skylar Knight places voting signs on campus.

November 30, 2021

Rollins Receives National Recognition for 2020 Student Voter Turnout

The College has earned high marks for mobilizing unprecedented levels of participation in the 2020 presidential election.

Shan-Estelle Brown

November 30, 2021

Brown and Colleagues Awarded National Fellowship to Study HIV Prevention Among Black Women

The award is part of an initiative to address structural racism in community health and generate a critical mass of evidence for change.

November 22, 2021

Elizabeth Morse Genius Foundation Gives $500,000 Toward Student-Faculty Scholarship

The Elizabeth Morse Genius Foundation has committed $500,000 to Rollins’ Student-Faculty Collaborative Scholarship Program.

November 17, 2021

Nelson Donates Additional $1 Million Toward Rollins Museum of Art

June Nelson P’89 has made a second gift to the future home of the Rollins Museum of Art, building on a legacy of service and philanthropy in support of fine arts at the College.

Rollins graduate students meeting on campus.

November 15, 2021

Master of Human Resources Students Place as Finalists in Statewide Competition

The team earned high marks and admiration from the judges, a collection of notable area business leaders.

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