Charles Publishes New Book on Improv

Theatre professor David Charles has published The Improv Dictionary, a book on improvisational approaches and concepts.

Parker Magness at Newlab in New York City

Meeting the Moment

Parker Magness ’18 came to Rollins knowing he wanted to fight climate change but not knowing what direction he would take.

Musgrave Receives AAC&U Fellowship and SAAP Appointment

Philosophy professor L. Ryan Musgrave has recently earned two prestigious honors within the philosophy space.

Poole Publishes New Book on Florida’s Most Fascinating Historic Travelers

Environmental studies professor Leslie Poole has published Tracing Florida Journeys, a book on well-known explorers and travelers who came to Florida.

Women's History Month 2024 at Rollins

Rollins Celebrates Women’s History Month

During the celebration of Women’s History Month, Rollins is honoring the lives and impact of trailblazing women whose contributions and legacy have shaped the fabric of society in the Rollins community and beyond.

A grid of images from Thaddeus & Polly Seymour Acts of Kindness Day 2024

Photos: Thaddeus & Polly Seymour Acts of Kindness Day 2024

On February 15, the Rollins community celebrated the fourth annual Thaddeus & Polly Seymour Acts of Kindness Day. Explore a few of the highlights from what is quickly becoming one of the Rollins community’s favorite traditions.

Member of the Rollins golf team; Grant and Peg Cornwell and Dana Consler

Swinging Big

Dana Consler ’72 took a shot at making the Rollins golf team as a freshman. The surprising result changed his life, which is why he’s now gifting a transformational endowment to the program.

Rita Bornstein pictured at her desk at Rollins College.

In Memory: Rita Bornstein ’04H ’04HAL

Rollins’ 13th president lived a life of perseverance, driven by a respect for education, demand for excellence, and deep care for others.

Rita Bornstein

A Message on the Passing of Rita Bornstein

It is with deep sadness that we announce the passing of the 13th president of Rollins College, Rita Bornstein ’04H ’04HAL.

Graphic depicting global challenges.

Solving the World’s Greatest Challenges

Rollins graduates earn more than a degree. They gain the knowledge and skills to address large-scale issues like climate change and human rights.

Anil Menon, dean of Crummer Graduate School of Business

The Innovator

Anil Menon is leaning into Rollins tradition while keeping his eyes firmly on the future as he leads a new era of growth at Rollins’ Crummer Graduate School of Business.

Bryce Pittenger

Leading with Humanity

An embodiment of one of Rollins’ most treasured tenets—life is for service—Bryce Pittenger ’87 has dedicated her career to improving lives.