Rollins valedictorian Elizabeth Bonker ’22, a non-verbal autistic, speaks via computer-assisted technology with David Muir of ABC News about helping others who suffer in silence.
May 05, 2022
Elizabeth Bonker ’22 long struggled to communicate with a world that didn’t always understand or accept her. Now, armed with her Rollins education, she’s starting a nonprofit to bring communication assistance to those affected by non-speaking autism.
May 27, 2022
Francisco Wang Yu ’22 grabbed every opportunity at Rollins to excel—from exploring a cornucopia of subjects to forging relationships that will last a lifetime.
May 19, 2022
Three students, two generations, one legacy—a trio of Tars discover their pathways to purpose at Rollins.
May 18, 2022
Phi Theta Kappa once again selects Rollins as a leader in transfer-student development and success.
Rollins’ student magazine received special recognition in the verbal and visual categories of a critique overseen by industry professionals.
Alexandria Freeman ’22 is the first Rollins student to be awarded a study abroad scholarship from the premier Hispanic honor society.
Rollins continues to demonstrate global leadership in business education, meeting the highest standards for academic rigor and distinction.
Elizabeth Smith ’22 ’24MPH came to Rollins wanting to embrace a new beginning. That all changed when the world was thrown into chaos. Now, she’s emerged from the pandemic as a fierce advocate for disability rights.
Rollins bids farewell to the distinguished historian and former president who left an indelible mark on the College, most notably in the arts.
By the time Jaheim Morris ’24 graduates from Rollins, he will have engaged with nearly every corner of campus on his pathway to purpose.
The funding will support student-faculty research at both Rollins and the University of Richmond that focuses on opioid use and disease spread.
May 18, 2022
After a superstar undergraduate career, Emily Curran ’22 will start her PhD program with an extra boost from one of the nation’s preeminent STEM fellowships.
May 12, 2022
From discovering the origins of centuries-old paint samples to curating exhibitions at the Rollins Museum of Art, the College provided Isaac Gorres ’21 the freedom to combine interests in art and science.
May 11, 2022
Marybelle Doe ’21, the Hamilton Holt School’s 2022 outstanding graduating senior and one of the first graduates of Rollins’ Pathway to Teaching Program, relates her journey to discover wisdom.