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Bobby Sena, Marybelle Doe, and Topanga Sena

May 19, 2022

Family Matters

Three students, two generations, one legacy—a trio of Tars discover their pathways to purpose at Rollins.

March 03, 2022

Haines Publishes Article in American Political Science Review

The piece examines the impact on campaign finance regulations mandated by the Supreme Court’s Citizens United decision.

Colin Kelly, Renee Sang, Neny Lairet, Wyatt Deihl, and Cristina Toppin

July 28, 2021

Rollins Ready

Equipped with 21st-century skills, real-world experience, and lifelong relationships, Rollins grads step into their futures ready to make the mark only they can.

A grid of images depicting service learning experiences at Rollins College.

July 26, 2021

Leadership Lessons (L)earned

These Rollins College grads credit thriving careers in medicine, law, and business to lessons learned in service of others.

July 02, 2021

Davison Receives Cornell Distinguished Service Award

Rollins’ Distinguished Service Award acknowledges outstanding service that has distinguished both the faculty recipient and the College.

July 01, 2021

Maskivker Receives Bornstein Award for Faculty Scholarship

The Bornstein Award for Faculty Scholarship is given each year for outstanding scholarship and creative endeavors bringing national attention to Rollins College.



March 25, 2021

Rollins Named a Voter-Friendly Campus

For the fourth time, the College has earned national recognition for fostering meaningful and lasting democratic engagement.

January 28, 2021

Davison Awarded NCAA Division II Faculty Mentorship Award

Political science professor and faculty athletics representative Joan Davison received the prestigious 2020 Faculty Mentor Award to honor her support of students on and off the field.

Omar Sadek ’19 pictured in Lake Mary, a suburb of Orlando where he ran for city commission.

December 15, 2020

What It’s Like … to Run for Office at 19

Rollins prides itself on turning out young leaders. Omar Sadek ’22 is one of them, and he couldn’t wait until graduation to make a difference.

A Rollins student wearing a black protective mask reading “I am a voter.”

October 26, 2020

Club Spotlight: The Democracy Project

One of Rollins’ most popular and active student organizations, the Democracy Project creates a strategic road map to engage students in the electoral process.

Student writing out programming language on a blackboard.

August 21, 2020

Rollins Announces New Minor in Data Analytics

The new data analytics minor sharpens highly desired skills in the ever-evolving career landscape and epitomizes Rollins’ signature interdisciplinary approach to liberal arts education.

From left: Farahana Cajuste ’21 and Cristina Toppin ’21

May 13, 2020

Cajuste ’21 and Toppin ’21 Earn Public Policy and International Affairs Fellowships

Farahana Cajuste ’21 and Cristina Toppin ’21 have both earned a spot in Public Policy and International Affairs’ highly selective Junior Summer Institute, a program designed to prepare students for roles serving the public good.