1000 Holt Avenue Winter Park Florida, FL USA 32789
Rollins College is a private, suburban college located in Winter Park, FL. The first recognized college in Florida, Rollins was founded in 1885 by New England Congregationalists. Continuing the mission of its founders, Rollins delivers a strong liberal arts education. Notable alumni include children’s television host Fred Rogers, Great Wolf Resorts CEO Erin J. Wallace, and Nobel Prize Laureate Donald J. Cram.
Rollins is recognized for exceptional instruction and innovation. Known for cultivating an environment conducive to social mobility, Rollins provides over 60 undergraduate and graduate degree programs combined. Just over 3,000 total students are enrolled, and class sizes are small. Rollins’ tuition rate is $56,110 per year, plus fees. It follows a semester-based academic calendar.
At Rollins, students experience an interdisciplinary and personalized approach to education. Its unique Rollins Gateway program aligns every student with a team of mentors to support their academic journey and career aspirations. Rollins has about 100 student-led organizations and clubs.
With the oldest running theater in Florida, Rollins’ Annie Russell Theater produces many student- and faculty-run performances each year.
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