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Kasandra Riley and Brandon McNichol ’19 work together in a chemistry lab.

December 01, 2022

Rollins Receives Inclusive Excellence in STEM Grant

The six-year grant will support the College in its efforts to foster inclusivity and belonging for those who have been historically underrepresented in the sciences.

November 08, 2022

Tars Compete at Florida Model U.N. Conference

The Rollins Model U.N. team walked away with two team awards and an individual honor as they prepare for their next competition in November.

November 02, 2022

Solving the World’s Biggest Problems

For Rollins students, alumni, and faculty, the most pressing issues of our time are not insurmountable. They’re opportunities to bring meaning to the term “global citizenship.”

The Rollins fox mascot dressed as a classic sheet ghost

October 28, 2022

Spooky Studies

From madmen to witches, we’re taking a look at some of the spookiest courses on offer at Rollins and how they’re challenging students to look beyond the surface of cultural ideas that have shaped societies for generations.

A professional MBA student works on his laptop.

October 26, 2022

Crummer Graduate School of Business Launches Flex MBA Program

A new Flex MBA pilot program offered through Rollins’ Crummer Graduate School of Business gives students the flexibility to attend nearly half their courses online.

A grid showing student participants in Verano Español, a six-week study abroad program in Spain.

October 05, 2022

What It’s Like … to Study Spanish at the Source

Get a firsthand look at Verano Español, Rollins’ longest-running study abroad program, where students spend six weeks in Madrid studying Spanish and experiencing local culture.

September 09, 2022

Summer, Shared 2022

From field studies to internships to world-class research, Tars share their proudest moments from summer 2022.

August 19, 2022

Rollins Announces Minor in Leadership at Hamilton Holt School

Anchored in Rollins’ liberal arts ethos, the new leadership minor is designed to help students actively understand and address ever-evolving, multidimensional issues across disciplines and organizations.

From top left: Wyatt Deihl ’21, Giovanni Figueiredo ’21, Raul Tavarez Ramirez ’21, Molly von Eschenbach ’21, and Madison Spence ’21.

July 29, 2022

Off and Running

One year after crossing the commencement stage at Rollins, these five Class of 2021 graduates are already establishing themselves as up-and-coming leaders in their respective fields.

Students working together in a communications course.

July 15, 2022

Rollins Announces New Master’s in Strategic Communication

Drawing on Rollins’ strengths in community engagement and leadership, this new graduate program is committed to giving students the practical skills they need to be effective storytellers, thought leaders, and strategists.

June 29, 2022

First, Aid

Rollins President Grant Cornwell discusses why prioritizing scholarships and financial aid is essential not only to extending opportunity to all deserving students but also to advancing the College’s mission and preparing tomorrow’s leaders.

Tina Udhwani Fallon ’12

June 29, 2022

The Ripple Effect

When you support financial aid at Rollins, you not only create opportunity for one student but for all the lives and communities that student goes on to impact.