Founded in 1885, Rollins College, the oldest recognized college in Florida, is home to a college experience that provides opportunities to not only learn, but to apply that knowledge and related skills in a real-world setting. Within the framework of a liberal arts program, the more than 1,700 undergraduate students enjoy small classes and personal interaction with an accomplished faculty that is noted for innovative teaching and scholarship.
For the fourth consecutive year, U.S. News and World Report has ranked Rollins College number one among 121 Southern master's-level universities.
THE CAMPUS OF ROLLINS COLLEGE:
Located in picturesque Winter Park, about 20 minutes north of Orlando, Rollins 70-acre campus is nestled on the shores of Lake Virginia. With its beautiful Spanish-Mediterranean architecture, Rollins provides a unique setting for academic pursuits. In keeping with its liberal arts philosophy, the campus is home to the Annie Russell Theatre, found in the national Register of Historic Places, and the Cornell Fine Arts Museum, featuring the oldest collection of American and European art in Florida.
PROGRAMS AT ROLLINS COLLEGE:
Rollins offers both Bachelor and Master's degree programs. Undergraduates can choose from more than 500 courses in 28 different majors.
SPECIAL PROGRAMS AT ROLLINS COLLEGE:
At the graduate level, degrees are offered in Mental Health Counseling, Education, Human Resources, Liberal Studies and Business Administration. The Crummer Graduate School of Business
at Rollins is consistently ranked as a top MBA program by Forbes and Business Week.
The Hamilton Holt School, the evening studies division of Rollins College, was designed for adults seeking personal or professional growth. Programs are designed for those seeking a bachelor's or a master's degree.
LOCATION OF ROLLINS COLLEGE: