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For a small school, you’ll find we have a lot going on. At Rollins, your academic experience is enhanced by study-abroad and internship opportunities as well as hundreds of ways to participate in student organizations and the local community. In this exciting and vibrant campus environment, every day is a new adventure, and much of that adventure is experienced through the many on-campus opportunities and resources available to you.
Whether you are trying to catch pancakes during the Pancake Flip, competing in Greek Week’s volleyball tournament, or just hanging out with friends for some live music at Dave’s Down Under, daily life at Rollins offers a colorful range of fun activities.
Rollins boasts more than 100 student organizations, ranging from social and cultural to service, special interest, and honorary, as well as five fraternities and seven sororities.
Rollins is consistently recognized as a community engagement leader. As a student, you'll discover dozens of ways to make a difference on our campus, in our community, and in our world.
Rollins is among the top 10 U.S. institutions of its type for the percentage of students who study abroad. In fact, more than 60 percent of students study abroad before they graduate.
From well-appointed residence halls on one of America’s most beautiful college campuses to some of the best food in the country, students live well at Rollins.
Rollins College is located on the banks of Lake Virginia in Winter Park, Florida, just north of Orlando. Located along the banks of Lake Virginia in Central Florida, our beautiful campus encourages you to take advantage of Florida’s natural beauty and Orlando’s vibrant metropolis.
New students will apply for housing after receiving their FoxLink checklist. One of the items on that checklist will be the housing application! Housing assignments will be emailed to students in mid-July once the application deadline has passed. This allows our office to make the best personalized roommate matches using all applications rather than simply placing students with the next student on the list.
Housing assignments are made based on the student's assigned Rollins College Course (RCC) which will coorespond with an assigned Living Learning Community (LLC). Students who have a special request should review our Housing Accommodation Policy under the Special Needs & Requests tab.