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                                  MARCH MAJOR MADNESS WEEK

                                                        Monday, March 21th-Friday, March 25th  

 How do I participate?

  1. Declare your major on Foxlink under the student tab
  2. Get major swag on Bush Lawn (Thursday 3/24 and Friday 3/25, 11:30 - 1:00) 
  3. Share the news! If you are on campus, snap a pic at your major department home and post on social media! See your Major Photo Locations below.

Am I eligible? 

In order to be able to officially declare, you need to have completed and passed two courses from the major. Also, you need to have passed two courses from academic divisions outside of your major.  

The academic divisions are Humanities, Expressive Arts, Social Sciences, Social Sciences - Applied, Business, and Sciences. 

How do I declare? 

Go to Foxlink, Student tab, Registration and Registrar, change major

If I am attending virtually, when can I get my swag? 

Your swag will be mailed to you.

Having technical issues with your Declaration? If you are eligible as described above, please contact the Registrar's Office (registrar@rollins.edu). Do you have other Major questions? Talk to your academic advisor or email  Advising@rollins.edu.             

                 Major Madness Photo Locations!

Visit these locations to take your picture celebrating your new major!  Tag your photos on social media with the hashtag #RollinsMajorMadness

American Studies:         

Benjamin Franklin Statue behind Carnegie Hall

Anthropology:                

Why I Love Anthro Card, Anthro/Soc. Lobby, Cornell Social Sciences

Art History:                     

Red Robot in front of Cornell Fine Arts Museum

Art (Studio):                    

Red Robot in front of Cornell Fine Arts Museum

Asian Studies:  

Casa Iberia Patio; see banner for Asian Studies

Biochemistry/ Mol. Bio:

Front steps of Bush Science Center; wear your lab coat

Business:                         

Second Floor Business Department Lobby,170 Fairbanks Building

Biology:                            

Greenhouse Bush Science Center

Chemistry:                      

Front Steps of Bush Science Center; wear your lab coat

Classical Studies:           

Columns outside Sullivan House

Communication Studies:

Wall of honor inside Communication Suite, Cornell Social Sciences

Computer Science:        

Main Entrance, Bush Science Center

Critical Media/Cult. Studies:

Snap a picture of yourself engaged with a social issue

Economics:

Economics Lobby, Cornell Social Sciences

Education:        

Curriculum Library, Cornell Social Sciences Room 248

English:

Steps in Front of Carnegie Hall

Environmental Studies:

Outside of the Shell Museum

History:

History/Political Science Lobby, Cornell Social Sciences

International Relations:

Political Science/History Lobby, Cornell Social Sciences

LACS:   

Nook -main floor of Olin Library near student art & “Genre Tree” display

Mathematics:  

Boat sculpture on Lake Virginia, behind Lakeside Residence Hall

Music:

Outside Main Entrance of Keene Hall

Philosophy:

Sophia Statue, second floor, Knowles Memorial Chapel

Physics:

Basement of Bush Science Center

Political Science:

Benjamin Franklin statue behind Carnegie Hall

Psychology:

Psychology Lobby, Third Floor, Bush Science Center

Public Policy/Pol. Economy:

Political Science/History Lobby, Cornell Social Sciences

Religion:

Sophia statue, second floor, Knowles Memorial Chapel

Social Entrepreneurship:

Social Entrepreneurship Poster, KWR 210

Social Innovation:

Social Impact Hub and Design Lab, Kathleen W. Rollins Hall

Sociology:

Anthro/Soc Lobby, Cornell Social Sciences

Spanish:            

Entrance to Casa Iberia

Theatre Arts and Dance:

Annie Russell Lobby, use Latecomer’s entrance, 2-5pm