Offices of Marketing and Institutional Advancement Earn 9 CASE Awards
February 01, 2021
By Stephanie Rizzo ’09
CASE District III has recognized Rollins’ offices of Institutional Advancement and Marketing for their contributions to academic advancement.
Rollins’ Office of Institutional Advancement and Office of Marketing have earned nine 2021 District III Institutional Awards from the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE). The annual competition is designed to recognize the very best in advancement across the Southeast. CASE received nearly 800 entries from more than 70 institutions in this year’s competition.
CASE is an international nonprofit dedicated to upholding standards of educational advancement, including alumni relations, internal and external communications, donor initiatives, and marketing.
Gold, Silver, and Bronze commendations are given in over 60 categories to schools that meet CASE’s standards for excellence. The Office of Marketing took gold in multiple categories for Rollins magazine, a biannual publication designed to showcase a Rollins liberal arts education in action. The annual admission magazine, which is produced for prospective students and parents, received bronze in the student-recruitment category. Bronze awards were also earned for profile writing and poster design.
Staff photographer Scott Cook took home three awards for his photographs of outstanding alumni as well as a recent Immersion to the Everglades that highlights Rollins’ emphasis on service learning.
In addition to earning a gold award for Best Alumni Relations Pivot in the District III Awards, Rollins’ Share the Light Jobs Challenge was also named a finalist in the Best Practices in Alumni Relations category of CASE’s 2021 Platinum Awards, which recognize the best programs and practices in educational advancement globally. CASE will announce Platinum Award winners in June 2021.
Gold | Alumni Relations Pivot
Gold | Alumni/General Interest Magazine
Gold | Magazine on a Shoestring
Gold | Individual Photograph
Gold | Photography Series
Silver | Photography Series
Bronze | Student Recruitment Individual Publication
Bronze | Profile Writing
Bronze | Poster Design
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