Black Rollins students celebrating on campus

Rollins Celebrates Black History Month

During the celebration of Black History Month, Rollins pays homage to the rich tapestry of African American history, recognizing the pivotal lives and contributions of Black Americans and providing numerous avenues for education, engagement, and reflection.

Piece in The Alfond Collection of Contemporary Art by Andrew Robert Parker, Lithograph

Rollins Museum of Art Announces Winter 2024 Exhibitions

The Rollins Museum of Art unveils five exhibitions for its winter season, which runs from January 20 to May 12.

MLK week celebration in Knowles Chapel

Rollins Honors the Pursuit of Justice During MLK Week

Rollins pays tribute to Martin Luther King Jr.’s life, legacy, and dedication to civil rights through a week filled with inspiring activities.

The Alfond Inn expansion guest room, pool, and spa entrance

Staying Power

The Alfond Inn marks its 10th anniversary with a much-anticipated expansion that’s creating more opportunity for Rollins’ best and brightest students.

Rollins students on an immersion experience on the Big Cypress Seminole Indian Reservation

Spirit of the Land: Unearthing Native American Heritage

With passion and purpose, a cohort of Rollins students set out to explore Native American history on an Immersion experience at Florida’s Big Cypress Seminole Indian Reservation.

Honorary trustee Barbara Alfond ’68 ’18H sharing some of her favorite pieces from the contemporary art collection with students.

Rollins Museum of Art Ranked Best Arts Education in Orlando

Orlando Weekly has named the Rollins Museum of Art the Best Arts Education in its “Best of Orlando” 2023 issue.

Rollins College history students create an LGBTQ exhibition at the Center with Claire Strom.

Rollins Celebrates LGBT History Month

Rollins honors the lives and contributions of LGBTQ+ people and offers opportunities for education, engagement, and celebration.

Spanish professor Patricia Tomé leading a class

Rollins Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month

Rollins honors the lives and contributions of Hispanic Americans through a host of programming meant to engage, educate, and inspire.

Beyond the Medici collection painting by Pietro Dandini

Rollins Museum of Art Announces Beyond the Medici Exhibition

The Rollins Museum of Art welcomes a touring exhibition of Florentine Baroque art for its fall season, which opens September 9.

A Professional Advancement student at commencement

Event Preview: Cocktails & Couture

Rollins is hosting a gala to benefit scholarships for Professional Advancement and Graduate Studies students.

A Black student speaking, a Black Lives Matter sign at the Annie Russell Theatre, and a community pride mural in Hannibal Square.

Rollins Celebrates Juneteenth Through Community and Reflection

The holiday known as Black Independence Day is “a day on” for embracing cultural vibrancy and resilience in the Black community.

Rollins professors and students do the Chinese Dragon Dance in celebration of the Lunar New Year.

Rollins Celebrates Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month

Rollins honors the lives and contributions of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders through myriad opportunities for engagement and education.