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INTERNSHIP PLACEMENTS

450

(a sample of our more than internship opportunities in Central Florida; thousands more are available across the country and around the world)

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Rollins College Office of Admission 1000 Holt Ave. — 2720 Winter Park, FL 32789-9643

AAA National Office Siemens Corporation Tupperware Brands Corporation Orlando Repertory Theatre Ibis Financial Group Target Florida Citrus Sports Central Florida Sports Commission UBS Financial Services Orlando Harley-Davidson City of Orlando-Wetlands Park American Lung Association CBS Radio Orlando Hispanic Business Initiative Fund Cushman & Wakefield of Florida International Council of Central Florida Space & Science Research Center Pink Sneakers Productions Florida Hospital Senator Bill Nelson Clear Channel Radio Central Florida Zoo & Botanical Gardens Orange County Regional History Center Ypartnernship Orlando Science Center Focus Features U.S. Department of State Sirius XM Radio Marc Jacobs International TJX Company Octagon Sports MTV NBC Universal The Travel Channel MGM Grand Madison Square Gardens

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FROM ROLLINS

R O L L I N S CO L L E G E AT A G L A N C E

FROM ROLLINS

ORLANDO

WINTER PARK

Catch a concert at Amway Center

Autumn Art Festival

Cheer on the Orlando Magic Dine at one of Orlando’s 5,000 restaurants

Established: 1885 Location: On the shores of Lake Virginia in Winter Park, Florida, 10 minutes from downtown Orlando

Check out the Morse Museum

Students: 1,730 undergraduates from more than 45 states and more than 45 countries

Keep Winter Park Beautiful

Enjoy an evening of shopping in downtown Orlando

Screen independent and international films at the Florida Film Festival

Explore Loch Haven, the hub of Orlando’s blossoming arts scene

Shop at the Farmers’ Market (we recommend the kettle corn)

Experience a performance of the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra

Take a boat tour

Student/Faculty ratio: 10:1 Average class size: 17 Scholarships and financial aid: More than 78 percent of students receive financial aid.

Window-shop along Park Avenue

1000 Holt Ave. — 2720 Winter Park, FL 32789 407.646.2161

www.rollins.edu

Clubs and organizations: More than 100 Athletics: 23 men’s and women’s varsity teams compete in the NCAA Division II Sunshine State Conference and have combined to win 22 national championships and 63 conference championships.

Spend a day at Walt Disney World, Universal Studios or Sea World Waterski one of the hundreds of lakes in the greater Orlando area

RO LLI N S CO LLEG E O N OTH E R P EO P LE ’ S LI S T S

1 Regional university in the South

#

(U.S. News & World Report)

8

Best Private College in Florida (Florida Monthly)

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Liberal arts institution for study abroad (Open Doors Report)

Presidential Award for Community Service (One of six recipients out of 800 applicants)

Best Value College (Princeton Review)

Colleges with a Conscience: 81 Great Schools with Outstanding Community Involvement (Princeton Review)

373

The Best Colleges (Princeton Review)

Carnegie Community Engagement Classification

For more information about Rollins College, visit www.rollins.edu.

Awards and rankings: #1 Regional university in the South (U.S. News & World Report); #8 Liberal arts institution for study abroad (Open Doors Report); Colleges with a Conscience: 81 Great Schools with Outstanding Community Involvement (Princeton Review)

TH E LI STS


(A SAMPLE OF THE COURSES YO U C O U L D TA K E D U R I N G YO U R F I R S T SEMESTER ON CAMPUS)

A S T R O N G AT H L E T I C TR ADITION Division II 22 NCAA National

Writing About Pop Culture Crime Scene Chemistry

Championships

Yoga, Writing, Meditation

AOL Bank of America Charles Schwab Ernst & Young Fidelity Investments FOX TV Grubb & Ellis Commercial Heifer International Lilly Pulitzer Lockheed Martin Marriott International Mote Marine Laboratory NBC Orlando Magic Peace Corps PepsiCo RBC Bank Regions Bank Sony Pictures Screen Gems St. Louis Cardinals SunTrust Investment Services

The Estee Lauder Companies The Nature Conservancy Time, Inc. United States Institute of Peace U.S. Department of Homeland Security U.S. Department of State U.S. Forest Service Walt Disney World

Sunshine State 63 Conference

Cultures in Conflict Theatre in the Making

Championships

Physics of Science Fiction Annual finishes in the top 10 percent of all NCAA Division II schools in the Director’s Cup All-Sports Standings.

No Impact: You and the Environment Endangered Earth State of Florida’s Children Ethics and Controversy Modern China: History and Literature

R EC E NT GUEST SPEAKERS AND LEC T U R E R S Béla Fleck, Grammy® award-winning jazz banjo player

T E C H N O LO G I C A L R E S O U R C E S Julian Bond, civil rights leader

Billy Collins, former U.S. poet laureate

Marilyn Horne, internationally acclaimed opera singer

Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., environmental business leader and advocate

Maya Angelou, Pulitzer Prize-winning author

Paul Simon, award-winning songwriter

For more information about academics at Rollins College, visit www.rollins.edu/academics.

VA R S I T Y S P O R T S

Service opportunities (a partial list)

Fern Creek Elementary

Making Lives Better

Habitat for Humanity Halloween Howl

Rollins Immersion: Citizens Take Action

Holiday FunFest

Rollins Relief

Hunger Ban Quest

SPARC Day of Service

Hunger and Homelessness Club

We Tackle the Future

JUMP! (Join Us in Making Progress)

YAYA—Empowering Immigrant Youth

For more information about service-learning opportunities at Rollins, visit www.rollins.edu/ communityengagement.

Baseball — M Basketball — M, W Cross Country — M, W Golf — M, W Lacrosse — M, W Rowing — M, W Sailing — M, W Soccer — M, W Softball — W Swimming — M, W

Tennis — M, W Volleyball — W Waterski — M, W

INTRAMURAL OFFERINGS Basketball Climbing Equestrian Football Frisbee

Ice Hockey Ping-Pong Soccer Softball Tennis

GROUP FITNESS CLASSES Body Works Yoga Killer Cardio Zumba Boot Camp

To check out the athletic programs at Rollins, visit www.rollinssports.com.

Over 200 public PC and Mac computers Ubiquitous wireless in residence halls, academic buildings, and outdoor study areas Multimedia development lab with recording and editing hardware and software

All classrooms equipped for multimedia presentations Support all mobile platforms and devices (laptops, phones, tablets)

American University American University in Cairo Boston College Carnegie Mellon University Clemson University Columbia University Cornell University Crummer Graduate School of Business Drexel University Emory University Florida Institute of Technology Florida State University Fordham University George Washington University Georgetown University Georgia State University Goddard College Harvard Business School Indiana University- Bloomington John Marshall Law School Marquette University School of Dentistry New York University Northwest University Penn State University Rutgers University Sotheby’s Institute of Art Syracuse University Texas Christian University Texas State University Tufts University School of Dental Medicine University of Aberdeen University of San Diego California University of Central Florida University of Chicago University of Colorado at Denver University of Florida University of Georgia University of Indianapolis University of Massachusetts Boston University of Memphis University of Miami University of Michigan University of Missouri University of New Orleans University of North Carolina University of Pennsylvania University of Pittsburgh University of San Francisco Academy of Art University of South Florida University of Southern Mississippi University of Tampa University of Texas at Austin University of Virginia Vanderbilt University Willamette University William and Mary Mason School of Business Washington University Western Michigan University

J U ST FI LL O UT TH I S CAR D AN D D RO P IT I N TH E MAI L .

www.rollins.edu

*also offered as a minor

Al’s Pancake Flip Campus Movie Fest Fox Day Homecoming Weekend Lip Sync RCC Olympics

High school or college attended

To learn more about the international programs at Rollins, visit www.rollins. edu/int-programs.

TR ADITIONS

Want to be on our list?

Phone

Italy Nepal Israel Greece France

The Sandspur (student newspaper) Spectrum (GLBT) Student Government Association Student Health Advisory Board Surf Club Varsity Debate Team Voices for Women WPRK Radio

ROLLINS GRADUATE S FRE QUE NTLY PURS UE ADVANCE D DE GRE E S AT INSTITUTIONS S UCH AS :

H.S. graduation year

Guatemala Spain Thailand Ecuador Morocco

International Student Organization Latin American Student Association Musicians of Rollins Panhellenic Council Psychology Club Quills—Poetry Club Rollins College Religious clubs Rollins Dancers Rollins Outdoor Club

Rollins College graduates have been employed by the following organizations, among many others:

E-mail

Australia China Costa Rica United Kingdom Mexico

All Campus Events Asian American Student Association Biology Interest Group (BIG) Black Student Union College Democrats College Republicans ECO Rollins College Essence (Film Appreciation Organization) Interfraternity Council

For more information about student life at Rollins, visit www.rollins.edu/campuslife/gettinginvolved.html.

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3/2 Accelerated Management (B.A./M.B.A.) Engineering (B.A./B.S.) Environmental Management/ Forestry (B.A./M.E.M./M.F.) Pre-Dentistry Pre-Law Pre-Medicine Pre-Veterinary Medicine

S TU D E NT C LU B S AN D O RGAN IZ ATI O N S (a sample of our more than 100)

Seventy percent of Rollins students study abroad before they graduate. Some of the more popular sites include the following:

ZIP

Pre-Professional a n d 3/ 2 P r o g r a m s

State/Country

}

Rollins College Conference Seminars

Minors only African/AfricanAmerican Studies Archaeology Australian Studies Communication Dance Film Studies German Jewish Studies Music Russian Secondary Education Certification Sustainable Development and the Environment Women’s Studies Writing

City

Majors Anthropology* Art—History* Art—Studio* Asian Studies Biochemistry/ Molecular Biology Biology* Chemistry* Classical Studies* Computer Science* Critical Media and Cultural Studies Economics* Elementary Education English* Environmental Studies*

French* History* International Business* International Relations Latin American and Caribbean Studies* Marine Biology Mathematics* Music* Philosophy* Physics* Political Science* Psychology* Religious Studies* Self-Designed Sociology* Spanish* Theatre Arts*

Address

AC A D E M I C PROGRAMS

Name

TH E LISTS

70%

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(A SAMPLE OF THE COURSES YO U C O U L D TA K E D U R I N G YO U R F I R S T SEMESTER ON CAMPUS)

A S T R O N G AT H L E T I C TR ADITION Division II 22 NCAA National

Writing About Pop Culture Crime Scene Chemistry

Championships

Yoga, Writing, Meditation

AOL Bank of America Charles Schwab Ernst & Young Fidelity Investments FOX TV Grubb & Ellis Commercial Heifer International Lilly Pulitzer Lockheed Martin Marriott International Mote Marine Laboratory NBC Orlando Magic Peace Corps PepsiCo RBC Bank Regions Bank Sony Pictures Screen Gems St. Louis Cardinals SunTrust Investment Services

The Estee Lauder Companies The Nature Conservancy Time, Inc. United States Institute of Peace U.S. Department of Homeland Security U.S. Department of State U.S. Forest Service Walt Disney World

Sunshine State 63 Conference

Cultures in Conflict Theatre in the Making

Championships

Physics of Science Fiction Annual finishes in the top 10 percent of all NCAA Division II schools in the Director’s Cup All-Sports Standings.

No Impact: You and the Environment Endangered Earth State of Florida’s Children Ethics and Controversy Modern China: History and Literature

R EC E NT GUEST SPEAKERS AND LEC T U R E R S Béla Fleck, Grammy® award-winning jazz banjo player

T E C H N O LO G I C A L R E S O U R C E S Julian Bond, civil rights leader

Billy Collins, former U.S. poet laureate

Marilyn Horne, internationally acclaimed opera singer

Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., environmental business leader and advocate

Maya Angelou, Pulitzer Prize-winning author

Paul Simon, award-winning songwriter

For more information about academics at Rollins College, visit www.rollins.edu/academics.

VA R S I T Y S P O R T S

Service opportunities (a partial list)

Fern Creek Elementary

Making Lives Better

Habitat for Humanity Halloween Howl

Rollins Immersion: Citizens Take Action

Holiday FunFest

Rollins Relief

Hunger Ban Quest

SPARC Day of Service

Hunger and Homelessness Club

We Tackle the Future

JUMP! (Join Us in Making Progress)

YAYA—Empowering Immigrant Youth

For more information about service-learning opportunities at Rollins, visit www.rollins.edu/ communityengagement.

Baseball — M Basketball — M, W Cross Country — M, W Golf — M, W Lacrosse — M, W Rowing — M, W Sailing — M, W Soccer — M, W Softball — W Swimming — M, W

Tennis — M, W Volleyball — W Waterski — M, W

INTRAMURAL OFFERINGS Basketball Climbing Equestrian Football Frisbee

Ice Hockey Ping-Pong Soccer Softball Tennis

GROUP FITNESS CLASSES Body Works Yoga Killer Cardio Zumba Boot Camp

To check out the athletic programs at Rollins, visit www.rollinssports.com.

Over 200 public PC and Mac computers Ubiquitous wireless in residence halls, academic buildings, and outdoor study areas Multimedia development lab with recording and editing hardware and software

All classrooms equipped for multimedia presentations Support all mobile platforms and devices (laptops, phones, tablets)

American University American University in Cairo Boston College Carnegie Mellon University Clemson University Columbia University Cornell University Crummer Graduate School of Business Drexel University Emory University Florida Institute of Technology Florida State University Fordham University George Washington University Georgetown University Georgia State University Goddard College Harvard Business School Indiana University- Bloomington John Marshall Law School Marquette University School of Dentistry New York University Northwest University Penn State University Rutgers University Sotheby’s Institute of Art Syracuse University Texas Christian University Texas State University Tufts University School of Dental Medicine University of Aberdeen University of San Diego California University of Central Florida University of Chicago University of Colorado at Denver University of Florida University of Georgia University of Indianapolis University of Massachusetts Boston University of Memphis University of Miami University of Michigan University of Missouri University of New Orleans University of North Carolina University of Pennsylvania University of Pittsburgh University of San Francisco Academy of Art University of South Florida University of Southern Mississippi University of Tampa University of Texas at Austin University of Virginia Vanderbilt University Willamette University William and Mary Mason School of Business Washington University Western Michigan University

J U ST FI LL O UT TH I S CAR D AN D D RO P IT I N TH E MAI L .

www.rollins.edu

*also offered as a minor

Al’s Pancake Flip Campus Movie Fest Fox Day Homecoming Weekend Lip Sync RCC Olympics

High school or college attended

To learn more about the international programs at Rollins, visit www.rollins. edu/int-programs.

TR ADITIONS

Want to be on our list?

Phone

Italy Nepal Israel Greece France

The Sandspur (student newspaper) Spectrum (GLBT) Student Government Association Student Health Advisory Board Surf Club Varsity Debate Team Voices for Women WPRK Radio

ROLLINS GRADUATE S FRE QUE NTLY PURS UE ADVANCE D DE GRE E S AT INSTITUTIONS S UCH AS :

H.S. graduation year

Guatemala Spain Thailand Ecuador Morocco

International Student Organization Latin American Student Association Musicians of Rollins Panhellenic Council Psychology Club Quills—Poetry Club Rollins College Religious clubs Rollins Dancers Rollins Outdoor Club

Rollins College graduates have been employed by the following organizations, among many others:

E-mail

Australia China Costa Rica United Kingdom Mexico

All Campus Events Asian American Student Association Biology Interest Group (BIG) Black Student Union College Democrats College Republicans ECO Rollins College Essence (Film Appreciation Organization) Interfraternity Council

For more information about student life at Rollins, visit www.rollins.edu/campuslife/gettinginvolved.html.

[

3/2 Accelerated Management (B.A./M.B.A.) Engineering (B.A./B.S.) Environmental Management/ Forestry (B.A./M.E.M./M.F.) Pre-Dentistry Pre-Law Pre-Medicine Pre-Veterinary Medicine

S TU D E NT C LU B S AN D O RGAN IZ ATI O N S (a sample of our more than 100)

Seventy percent of Rollins students study abroad before they graduate. Some of the more popular sites include the following:

ZIP

Pre-Professional a n d 3/ 2 P r o g r a m s

State/Country

}

Rollins College Conference Seminars

Minors only African/AfricanAmerican Studies Archaeology Australian Studies Communication Dance Film Studies German Jewish Studies Music Russian Secondary Education Certification Sustainable Development and the Environment Women’s Studies Writing

City

Majors Anthropology* Art—History* Art—Studio* Asian Studies Biochemistry/ Molecular Biology Biology* Chemistry* Classical Studies* Computer Science* Critical Media and Cultural Studies Economics* Elementary Education English* Environmental Studies*

French* History* International Business* International Relations Latin American and Caribbean Studies* Marine Biology Mathematics* Music* Philosophy* Physics* Political Science* Psychology* Religious Studies* Self-Designed Sociology* Spanish* Theatre Arts*

Address

AC A D E M I C PROGRAMS

Name

TH E LISTS

70%

[


(A SAMPLE OF THE COURSES YO U C O U L D TA K E D U R I N G YO U R F I R S T SEMESTER ON CAMPUS)

A S T R O N G AT H L E T I C TR ADITION Division II 22 NCAA National

Writing About Pop Culture Crime Scene Chemistry

Championships

Yoga, Writing, Meditation

AOL Bank of America Charles Schwab Ernst & Young Fidelity Investments FOX TV Grubb & Ellis Commercial Heifer International Lilly Pulitzer Lockheed Martin Marriott International Mote Marine Laboratory NBC Orlando Magic Peace Corps PepsiCo RBC Bank Regions Bank Sony Pictures Screen Gems St. Louis Cardinals SunTrust Investment Services

The Estee Lauder Companies The Nature Conservancy Time, Inc. United States Institute of Peace U.S. Department of Homeland Security U.S. Department of State U.S. Forest Service Walt Disney World

Sunshine State 63 Conference

Cultures in Conflict Theatre in the Making

Championships

Physics of Science Fiction Annual finishes in the top 10 percent of all NCAA Division II schools in the Director’s Cup All-Sports Standings.

No Impact: You and the Environment Endangered Earth State of Florida’s Children Ethics and Controversy Modern China: History and Literature

R EC E NT GUEST SPEAKERS AND LEC T U R E R S Béla Fleck, Grammy® award-winning jazz banjo player

T E C H N O LO G I C A L R E S O U R C E S Julian Bond, civil rights leader

Billy Collins, former U.S. poet laureate

Marilyn Horne, internationally acclaimed opera singer

Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., environmental business leader and advocate

Maya Angelou, Pulitzer Prize-winning author

Paul Simon, award-winning songwriter

For more information about academics at Rollins College, visit www.rollins.edu/academics.

VA R S I T Y S P O R T S

Service opportunities (a partial list)

Fern Creek Elementary

Making Lives Better

Habitat for Humanity Halloween Howl

Rollins Immersion: Citizens Take Action

Holiday FunFest

Rollins Relief

Hunger Ban Quest

SPARC Day of Service

Hunger and Homelessness Club

We Tackle the Future

JUMP! (Join Us in Making Progress)

YAYA—Empowering Immigrant Youth

For more information about service-learning opportunities at Rollins, visit www.rollins.edu/ communityengagement.

Baseball — M Basketball — M, W Cross Country — M, W Golf — M, W Lacrosse — M, W Rowing — M, W Sailing — M, W Soccer — M, W Softball — W Swimming — M, W

Tennis — M, W Volleyball — W Waterski — M, W

INTRAMURAL OFFERINGS Basketball Climbing Equestrian Football Frisbee

Ice Hockey Ping-Pong Soccer Softball Tennis

GROUP FITNESS CLASSES Body Works Yoga Killer Cardio Zumba Boot Camp

To check out the athletic programs at Rollins, visit www.rollinssports.com.

Over 200 public PC and Mac computers Ubiquitous wireless in residence halls, academic buildings, and outdoor study areas Multimedia development lab with recording and editing hardware and software

All classrooms equipped for multimedia presentations Support all mobile platforms and devices (laptops, phones, tablets)

American University American University in Cairo Boston College Carnegie Mellon University Clemson University Columbia University Cornell University Crummer Graduate School of Business Drexel University Emory University Florida Institute of Technology Florida State University Fordham University George Washington University Georgetown University Georgia State University Goddard College Harvard Business School Indiana University- Bloomington John Marshall Law School Marquette University School of Dentistry New York University Northwest University Penn State University Rutgers University Sotheby’s Institute of Art Syracuse University Texas Christian University Texas State University Tufts University School of Dental Medicine University of Aberdeen University of San Diego California University of Central Florida University of Chicago University of Colorado at Denver University of Florida University of Georgia University of Indianapolis University of Massachusetts Boston University of Memphis University of Miami University of Michigan University of Missouri University of New Orleans University of North Carolina University of Pennsylvania University of Pittsburgh University of San Francisco Academy of Art University of South Florida University of Southern Mississippi University of Tampa University of Texas at Austin University of Virginia Vanderbilt University Willamette University William and Mary Mason School of Business Washington University Western Michigan University

J U ST FI LL O UT TH I S CAR D AN D D RO P IT I N TH E MAI L .

www.rollins.edu

*also offered as a minor

Al’s Pancake Flip Campus Movie Fest Fox Day Homecoming Weekend Lip Sync RCC Olympics

High school or college attended

To learn more about the international programs at Rollins, visit www.rollins. edu/int-programs.

TR ADITIONS

Want to be on our list?

Phone

Italy Nepal Israel Greece France

The Sandspur (student newspaper) Spectrum (GLBT) Student Government Association Student Health Advisory Board Surf Club Varsity Debate Team Voices for Women WPRK Radio

ROLLINS GRADUATE S FRE QUE NTLY PURS UE ADVANCE D DE GRE E S AT INSTITUTIONS S UCH AS :

H.S. graduation year

Guatemala Spain Thailand Ecuador Morocco

International Student Organization Latin American Student Association Musicians of Rollins Panhellenic Council Psychology Club Quills—Poetry Club Rollins College Religious clubs Rollins Dancers Rollins Outdoor Club

Rollins College graduates have been employed by the following organizations, among many others:

E-mail

Australia China Costa Rica United Kingdom Mexico

All Campus Events Asian American Student Association Biology Interest Group (BIG) Black Student Union College Democrats College Republicans ECO Rollins College Essence (Film Appreciation Organization) Interfraternity Council

For more information about student life at Rollins, visit www.rollins.edu/campuslife/gettinginvolved.html.

[

3/2 Accelerated Management (B.A./M.B.A.) Engineering (B.A./B.S.) Environmental Management/ Forestry (B.A./M.E.M./M.F.) Pre-Dentistry Pre-Law Pre-Medicine Pre-Veterinary Medicine

S TU D E NT C LU B S AN D O RGAN IZ ATI O N S (a sample of our more than 100)

Seventy percent of Rollins students study abroad before they graduate. Some of the more popular sites include the following:

ZIP

Pre-Professional a n d 3/ 2 P r o g r a m s

State/Country

}

Rollins College Conference Seminars

Minors only African/AfricanAmerican Studies Archaeology Australian Studies Communication Dance Film Studies German Jewish Studies Music Russian Secondary Education Certification Sustainable Development and the Environment Women’s Studies Writing

City

Majors Anthropology* Art—History* Art—Studio* Asian Studies Biochemistry/ Molecular Biology Biology* Chemistry* Classical Studies* Computer Science* Critical Media and Cultural Studies Economics* Elementary Education English* Environmental Studies*

French* History* International Business* International Relations Latin American and Caribbean Studies* Marine Biology Mathematics* Music* Philosophy* Physics* Political Science* Psychology* Religious Studies* Self-Designed Sociology* Spanish* Theatre Arts*

Address

AC A D E M I C PROGRAMS

Name

TH E LISTS

70%

[


(A SAMPLE OF THE COURSES YO U C O U L D TA K E D U R I N G YO U R F I R S T SEMESTER ON CAMPUS)

A S T R O N G AT H L E T I C TR ADITION Division II 22 NCAA National

Writing About Pop Culture Crime Scene Chemistry

Championships

Yoga, Writing, Meditation

AOL Bank of America Charles Schwab Ernst & Young Fidelity Investments FOX TV Grubb & Ellis Commercial Heifer International Lilly Pulitzer Lockheed Martin Marriott International Mote Marine Laboratory NBC Orlando Magic Peace Corps PepsiCo RBC Bank Regions Bank Sony Pictures Screen Gems St. Louis Cardinals SunTrust Investment Services

The Estee Lauder Companies The Nature Conservancy Time, Inc. United States Institute of Peace U.S. Department of Homeland Security U.S. Department of State U.S. Forest Service Walt Disney World

Sunshine State 63 Conference

Cultures in Conflict Theatre in the Making

Championships

Physics of Science Fiction Annual finishes in the top 10 percent of all NCAA Division II schools in the Director’s Cup All-Sports Standings.

No Impact: You and the Environment Endangered Earth State of Florida’s Children Ethics and Controversy Modern China: History and Literature

R EC E NT GUEST SPEAKERS AND LEC T U R E R S Béla Fleck, Grammy® award-winning jazz banjo player

T E C H N O LO G I C A L R E S O U R C E S Julian Bond, civil rights leader

Billy Collins, former U.S. poet laureate

Marilyn Horne, internationally acclaimed opera singer

Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., environmental business leader and advocate

Maya Angelou, Pulitzer Prize-winning author

Paul Simon, award-winning songwriter

For more information about academics at Rollins College, visit www.rollins.edu/academics.

VA R S I T Y S P O R T S

Service opportunities (a partial list)

Fern Creek Elementary

Making Lives Better

Habitat for Humanity Halloween Howl

Rollins Immersion: Citizens Take Action

Holiday FunFest

Rollins Relief

Hunger Ban Quest

SPARC Day of Service

Hunger and Homelessness Club

We Tackle the Future

JUMP! (Join Us in Making Progress)

YAYA—Empowering Immigrant Youth

For more information about service-learning opportunities at Rollins, visit www.rollins.edu/ communityengagement.

Baseball — M Basketball — M, W Cross Country — M, W Golf — M, W Lacrosse — M, W Rowing — M, W Sailing — M, W Soccer — M, W Softball — W Swimming — M, W

Tennis — M, W Volleyball — W Waterski — M, W

INTRAMURAL OFFERINGS Basketball Climbing Equestrian Football Frisbee

Ice Hockey Ping-Pong Soccer Softball Tennis

GROUP FITNESS CLASSES Body Works Yoga Killer Cardio Zumba Boot Camp

To check out the athletic programs at Rollins, visit www.rollinssports.com.

Over 200 public PC and Mac computers Ubiquitous wireless in residence halls, academic buildings, and outdoor study areas Multimedia development lab with recording and editing hardware and software

All classrooms equipped for multimedia presentations Support all mobile platforms and devices (laptops, phones, tablets)

American University American University in Cairo Boston College Carnegie Mellon University Clemson University Columbia University Cornell University Crummer Graduate School of Business Drexel University Emory University Florida Institute of Technology Florida State University Fordham University George Washington University Georgetown University Georgia State University Goddard College Harvard Business School Indiana University- Bloomington John Marshall Law School Marquette University School of Dentistry New York University Northwest University Penn State University Rutgers University Sotheby’s Institute of Art Syracuse University Texas Christian University Texas State University Tufts University School of Dental Medicine University of Aberdeen University of San Diego California University of Central Florida University of Chicago University of Colorado at Denver University of Florida University of Georgia University of Indianapolis University of Massachusetts Boston University of Memphis University of Miami University of Michigan University of Missouri University of New Orleans University of North Carolina University of Pennsylvania University of Pittsburgh University of San Francisco Academy of Art University of South Florida University of Southern Mississippi University of Tampa University of Texas at Austin University of Virginia Vanderbilt University Willamette University William and Mary Mason School of Business Washington University Western Michigan University

J U ST FI LL O UT TH I S CAR D AN D D RO P IT I N TH E MAI L .

www.rollins.edu

*also offered as a minor

Al’s Pancake Flip Campus Movie Fest Fox Day Homecoming Weekend Lip Sync RCC Olympics

High school or college attended

To learn more about the international programs at Rollins, visit www.rollins. edu/int-programs.

TR ADITIONS

Want to be on our list?

Phone

Italy Nepal Israel Greece France

The Sandspur (student newspaper) Spectrum (GLBT) Student Government Association Student Health Advisory Board Surf Club Varsity Debate Team Voices for Women WPRK Radio

ROLLINS GRADUATE S FRE QUE NTLY PURS UE ADVANCE D DE GRE E S AT INSTITUTIONS S UCH AS :

H.S. graduation year

Guatemala Spain Thailand Ecuador Morocco

International Student Organization Latin American Student Association Musicians of Rollins Panhellenic Council Psychology Club Quills—Poetry Club Rollins College Religious clubs Rollins Dancers Rollins Outdoor Club

Rollins College graduates have been employed by the following organizations, among many others:

E-mail

Australia China Costa Rica United Kingdom Mexico

All Campus Events Asian American Student Association Biology Interest Group (BIG) Black Student Union College Democrats College Republicans ECO Rollins College Essence (Film Appreciation Organization) Interfraternity Council

For more information about student life at Rollins, visit www.rollins.edu/campuslife/gettinginvolved.html.

[

3/2 Accelerated Management (B.A./M.B.A.) Engineering (B.A./B.S.) Environmental Management/ Forestry (B.A./M.E.M./M.F.) Pre-Dentistry Pre-Law Pre-Medicine Pre-Veterinary Medicine

S TU D E NT C LU B S AN D O RGAN IZ ATI O N S (a sample of our more than 100)

Seventy percent of Rollins students study abroad before they graduate. Some of the more popular sites include the following:

ZIP

Pre-Professional a n d 3/ 2 P r o g r a m s

State/Country

}

Rollins College Conference Seminars

Minors only African/AfricanAmerican Studies Archaeology Australian Studies Communication Dance Film Studies German Jewish Studies Music Russian Secondary Education Certification Sustainable Development and the Environment Women’s Studies Writing

City

Majors Anthropology* Art—History* Art—Studio* Asian Studies Biochemistry/ Molecular Biology Biology* Chemistry* Classical Studies* Computer Science* Critical Media and Cultural Studies Economics* Elementary Education English* Environmental Studies*

French* History* International Business* International Relations Latin American and Caribbean Studies* Marine Biology Mathematics* Music* Philosophy* Physics* Political Science* Psychology* Religious Studies* Self-Designed Sociology* Spanish* Theatre Arts*

Address

AC A D E M I C PROGRAMS

Name

TH E LISTS

70%

[


(A SAMPLE OF THE COURSES YO U C O U L D TA K E D U R I N G YO U R F I R S T SEMESTER ON CAMPUS)

A S T R O N G AT H L E T I C TR ADITION Division II 22 NCAA National

Writing About Pop Culture Crime Scene Chemistry

Championships

Yoga, Writing, Meditation

AOL Bank of America Charles Schwab Ernst & Young Fidelity Investments FOX TV Grubb & Ellis Commercial Heifer International Lilly Pulitzer Lockheed Martin Marriott International Mote Marine Laboratory NBC Orlando Magic Peace Corps PepsiCo RBC Bank Regions Bank Sony Pictures Screen Gems St. Louis Cardinals SunTrust Investment Services

The Estee Lauder Companies The Nature Conservancy Time, Inc. United States Institute of Peace U.S. Department of Homeland Security U.S. Department of State U.S. Forest Service Walt Disney World

Sunshine State 63 Conference

Cultures in Conflict Theatre in the Making

Championships

Physics of Science Fiction Annual finishes in the top 10 percent of all NCAA Division II schools in the Director’s Cup All-Sports Standings.

No Impact: You and the Environment Endangered Earth State of Florida’s Children Ethics and Controversy Modern China: History and Literature

R EC E NT GUEST SPEAKERS AND LEC T U R E R S Béla Fleck, Grammy® award-winning jazz banjo player

T E C H N O LO G I C A L R E S O U R C E S Julian Bond, civil rights leader

Billy Collins, former U.S. poet laureate

Marilyn Horne, internationally acclaimed opera singer

Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., environmental business leader and advocate

Maya Angelou, Pulitzer Prize-winning author

Paul Simon, award-winning songwriter

For more information about academics at Rollins College, visit www.rollins.edu/academics.

VA R S I T Y S P O R T S

Service opportunities (a partial list)

Fern Creek Elementary

Making Lives Better

Habitat for Humanity Halloween Howl

Rollins Immersion: Citizens Take Action

Holiday FunFest

Rollins Relief

Hunger Ban Quest

SPARC Day of Service

Hunger and Homelessness Club

We Tackle the Future

JUMP! (Join Us in Making Progress)

YAYA—Empowering Immigrant Youth

For more information about service-learning opportunities at Rollins, visit www.rollins.edu/ communityengagement.

Baseball — M Basketball — M, W Cross Country — M, W Golf — M, W Lacrosse — M, W Rowing — M, W Sailing — M, W Soccer — M, W Softball — W Swimming — M, W

Tennis — M, W Volleyball — W Waterski — M, W

INTRAMURAL OFFERINGS Basketball Climbing Equestrian Football Frisbee

Ice Hockey Ping-Pong Soccer Softball Tennis

GROUP FITNESS CLASSES Body Works Yoga Killer Cardio Zumba Boot Camp

To check out the athletic programs at Rollins, visit www.rollinssports.com.

Over 200 public PC and Mac computers Ubiquitous wireless in residence halls, academic buildings, and outdoor study areas Multimedia development lab with recording and editing hardware and software

All classrooms equipped for multimedia presentations Support all mobile platforms and devices (laptops, phones, tablets)

American University American University in Cairo Boston College Carnegie Mellon University Clemson University Columbia University Cornell University Crummer Graduate School of Business Drexel University Emory University Florida Institute of Technology Florida State University Fordham University George Washington University Georgetown University Georgia State University Goddard College Harvard Business School Indiana University- Bloomington John Marshall Law School Marquette University School of Dentistry New York University Northwest University Penn State University Rutgers University Sotheby’s Institute of Art Syracuse University Texas Christian University Texas State University Tufts University School of Dental Medicine University of Aberdeen University of San Diego California University of Central Florida University of Chicago University of Colorado at Denver University of Florida University of Georgia University of Indianapolis University of Massachusetts Boston University of Memphis University of Miami University of Michigan University of Missouri University of New Orleans University of North Carolina University of Pennsylvania University of Pittsburgh University of San Francisco Academy of Art University of South Florida University of Southern Mississippi University of Tampa University of Texas at Austin University of Virginia Vanderbilt University Willamette University William and Mary Mason School of Business Washington University Western Michigan University

J U ST FI LL O UT TH I S CAR D AN D D RO P IT I N TH E MAI L .

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*also offered as a minor

Al’s Pancake Flip Campus Movie Fest Fox Day Homecoming Weekend Lip Sync RCC Olympics

High school or college attended

To learn more about the international programs at Rollins, visit www.rollins. edu/int-programs.

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Italy Nepal Israel Greece France

The Sandspur (student newspaper) Spectrum (GLBT) Student Government Association Student Health Advisory Board Surf Club Varsity Debate Team Voices for Women WPRK Radio

ROLLINS GRADUATE S FRE QUE NTLY PURS UE ADVANCE D DE GRE E S AT INSTITUTIONS S UCH AS :

H.S. graduation year

Guatemala Spain Thailand Ecuador Morocco

International Student Organization Latin American Student Association Musicians of Rollins Panhellenic Council Psychology Club Quills—Poetry Club Rollins College Religious clubs Rollins Dancers Rollins Outdoor Club

Rollins College graduates have been employed by the following organizations, among many others:

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Australia China Costa Rica United Kingdom Mexico

All Campus Events Asian American Student Association Biology Interest Group (BIG) Black Student Union College Democrats College Republicans ECO Rollins College Essence (Film Appreciation Organization) Interfraternity Council

For more information about student life at Rollins, visit www.rollins.edu/campuslife/gettinginvolved.html.

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S TU D E NT C LU B S AN D O RGAN IZ ATI O N S (a sample of our more than 100)

Seventy percent of Rollins students study abroad before they graduate. Some of the more popular sites include the following:

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Minors only African/AfricanAmerican Studies Archaeology Australian Studies Communication Dance Film Studies German Jewish Studies Music Russian Secondary Education Certification Sustainable Development and the Environment Women’s Studies Writing

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French* History* International Business* International Relations Latin American and Caribbean Studies* Marine Biology Mathematics* Music* Philosophy* Physics* Political Science* Psychology* Religious Studies* Self-Designed Sociology* Spanish* Theatre Arts*

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INTERNSHIP PLACEMENTS

450

(a sample of our more than internship opportunities in Central Florida; thousands more are available across the country and around the world)

MAIL PERMIT NO.96 WINTER PARK, FL

PO STAG E WIL L BE PAID BY ADDRE SS EE

FIRST-CLASS

Rollins College Office of Admission 1000 Holt Ave. — 2720 Winter Park, FL 32789-9643

AAA National Office Siemens Corporation Tupperware Brands Corporation Orlando Repertory Theatre Ibis Financial Group Target Florida Citrus Sports Central Florida Sports Commission UBS Financial Services Orlando Harley-Davidson City of Orlando-Wetlands Park American Lung Association CBS Radio Orlando Hispanic Business Initiative Fund Cushman & Wakefield of Florida International Council of Central Florida Space & Science Research Center Pink Sneakers Productions Florida Hospital Senator Bill Nelson Clear Channel Radio Central Florida Zoo & Botanical Gardens Orange County Regional History Center Ypartnernship Orlando Science Center Focus Features U.S. Department of State Sirius XM Radio Marc Jacobs International TJX Company Octagon Sports MTV NBC Universal The Travel Channel MGM Grand Madison Square Gardens

TH I N G S TO DO I N O R L AN DO } 10 minutes and WI NTE R 10 seconds PAR K

FROM ROLLINS

R O L L I N S CO L L E G E AT A G L A N C E

FROM ROLLINS

ORLANDO

WINTER PARK

Catch a concert at Amway Center

Autumn Art Festival

Cheer on the Orlando Magic Dine at one of Orlando’s 5,000 restaurants

Established: 1885 Location: On the shores of Lake Virginia in Winter Park, Florida, 10 minutes from downtown Orlando

Check out the Morse Museum

Students: 1,730 undergraduates from more than 45 states and more than 45 countries

Keep Winter Park Beautiful

Enjoy an evening of shopping in downtown Orlando

Screen independent and international films at the Florida Film Festival

Explore Loch Haven, the hub of Orlando’s blossoming arts scene

Shop at the Farmers’ Market (we recommend the kettle corn)

Experience a performance of the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra

Take a boat tour

Student/Faculty ratio: 10:1 Average class size: 17 Scholarships and financial aid: More than 78 percent of students receive financial aid.

Window-shop along Park Avenue

1000 Holt Ave. — 2720 Winter Park, FL 32789 407.646.2161

www.rollins.edu

Clubs and organizations: More than 100 Athletics: 23 men’s and women’s varsity teams compete in the NCAA Division II Sunshine State Conference and have combined to win 22 national championships and 63 conference championships.

Spend a day at Walt Disney World, Universal Studios or Sea World Waterski one of the hundreds of lakes in the greater Orlando area

RO LLI N S CO LLEG E O N OTH E R P EO P LE ’ S LI S T S

1 Regional university in the South

#

(U.S. News & World Report)

8

Best Private College in Florida (Florida Monthly)

NO POSTAGE NECESSARY IF MAILED IN THE UNITED STATES

#

Liberal arts institution for study abroad (Open Doors Report)

Presidential Award for Community Service (One of six recipients out of 800 applicants)

Best Value College (Princeton Review)

Colleges with a Conscience: 81 Great Schools with Outstanding Community Involvement (Princeton Review)

373

The Best Colleges (Princeton Review)

Carnegie Community Engagement Classification

For more information about Rollins College, visit www.rollins.edu.

Awards and rankings: #1 Regional university in the South (U.S. News & World Report); #8 Liberal arts institution for study abroad (Open Doors Report); Colleges with a Conscience: 81 Great Schools with Outstanding Community Involvement (Princeton Review)

TH E LI STS


INTERNSHIP PLACEMENTS

450

(a sample of our more than internship opportunities in Central Florida; thousands more are available across the country and around the world)

MAIL PERMIT NO.96 WINTER PARK, FL

PO STAG E WIL L BE PAID BY ADDRE SS EE

FIRST-CLASS

Rollins College Office of Admission 1000 Holt Ave. — 2720 Winter Park, FL 32789-9643

AAA National Office Siemens Corporation Tupperware Brands Corporation Orlando Repertory Theatre Ibis Financial Group Target Florida Citrus Sports Central Florida Sports Commission UBS Financial Services Orlando Harley-Davidson City of Orlando-Wetlands Park American Lung Association CBS Radio Orlando Hispanic Business Initiative Fund Cushman & Wakefield of Florida International Council of Central Florida Space & Science Research Center Pink Sneakers Productions Florida Hospital Senator Bill Nelson Clear Channel Radio Central Florida Zoo & Botanical Gardens Orange County Regional History Center Ypartnernship Orlando Science Center Focus Features U.S. Department of State Sirius XM Radio Marc Jacobs International TJX Company Octagon Sports MTV NBC Universal The Travel Channel MGM Grand Madison Square Gardens

TH I N G S TO DO I N O R L AN DO } 10 minutes and WI NTE R 10 seconds PAR K

FROM ROLLINS

R O L L I N S CO L L E G E AT A G L A N C E

FROM ROLLINS

ORLANDO

WINTER PARK

Catch a concert at Amway Center

Autumn Art Festival

Cheer on the Orlando Magic Dine at one of Orlando’s 5,000 restaurants

Established: 1885 Location: On the shores of Lake Virginia in Winter Park, Florida, 10 minutes from downtown Orlando

Check out the Morse Museum

Students: 1,730 undergraduates from more than 45 states and more than 45 countries

Keep Winter Park Beautiful

Enjoy an evening of shopping in downtown Orlando

Screen independent and international films at the Florida Film Festival

Explore Loch Haven, the hub of Orlando’s blossoming arts scene

Shop at the Farmers’ Market (we recommend the kettle corn)

Experience a performance of the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra

Take a boat tour

Student/Faculty ratio: 10:1 Average class size: 17 Scholarships and financial aid: More than 78 percent of students receive financial aid.

Window-shop along Park Avenue

1000 Holt Ave. — 2720 Winter Park, FL 32789 407.646.2161

www.rollins.edu

Clubs and organizations: More than 100 Athletics: 23 men’s and women’s varsity teams compete in the NCAA Division II Sunshine State Conference and have combined to win 22 national championships and 63 conference championships.

Spend a day at Walt Disney World, Universal Studios or Sea World Waterski one of the hundreds of lakes in the greater Orlando area

RO LLI N S CO LLEG E O N OTH E R P EO P LE ’ S LI S T S

1 Regional university in the South

#

(U.S. News & World Report)

8

Best Private College in Florida (Florida Monthly)

NO POSTAGE NECESSARY IF MAILED IN THE UNITED STATES

#

Liberal arts institution for study abroad (Open Doors Report)

Presidential Award for Community Service (One of six recipients out of 800 applicants)

Best Value College (Princeton Review)

Colleges with a Conscience: 81 Great Schools with Outstanding Community Involvement (Princeton Review)

373

The Best Colleges (Princeton Review)

Carnegie Community Engagement Classification

For more information about Rollins College, visit www.rollins.edu.

Awards and rankings: #1 Regional university in the South (U.S. News & World Report); #8 Liberal arts institution for study abroad (Open Doors Report); Colleges with a Conscience: 81 Great Schools with Outstanding Community Involvement (Princeton Review)

TH E LI STS


INTERNSHIP PLACEMENTS

450

(a sample of our more than internship opportunities in Central Florida; thousands more are available across the country and around the world)

MAIL PERMIT NO.96 WINTER PARK, FL

PO STAG E WIL L BE PAID BY ADDRE SS EE

FIRST-CLASS

Rollins College Office of Admission 1000 Holt Ave. — 2720 Winter Park, FL 32789-9643

AAA National Office Siemens Corporation Tupperware Brands Corporation Orlando Repertory Theatre Ibis Financial Group Target Florida Citrus Sports Central Florida Sports Commission UBS Financial Services Orlando Harley-Davidson City of Orlando-Wetlands Park American Lung Association CBS Radio Orlando Hispanic Business Initiative Fund Cushman & Wakefield of Florida International Council of Central Florida Space & Science Research Center Pink Sneakers Productions Florida Hospital Senator Bill Nelson Clear Channel Radio Central Florida Zoo & Botanical Gardens Orange County Regional History Center Ypartnernship Orlando Science Center Focus Features U.S. Department of State Sirius XM Radio Marc Jacobs International TJX Company Octagon Sports MTV NBC Universal The Travel Channel MGM Grand Madison Square Gardens

TH I N G S TO DO I N O R L AN DO } 10 minutes and WI NTE R 10 seconds PAR K

FROM ROLLINS

R O L L I N S CO L L E G E AT A G L A N C E

FROM ROLLINS

ORLANDO

WINTER PARK

Catch a concert at Amway Center

Autumn Art Festival

Cheer on the Orlando Magic Dine at one of Orlando’s 5,000 restaurants

Established: 1885 Location: On the shores of Lake Virginia in Winter Park, Florida, 10 minutes from downtown Orlando

Check out the Morse Museum

Students: 1,730 undergraduates from more than 45 states and more than 45 countries

Keep Winter Park Beautiful

Enjoy an evening of shopping in downtown Orlando

Screen independent and international films at the Florida Film Festival

Explore Loch Haven, the hub of Orlando’s blossoming arts scene

Shop at the Farmers’ Market (we recommend the kettle corn)

Experience a performance of the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra

Take a boat tour

Student/Faculty ratio: 10:1 Average class size: 17 Scholarships and financial aid: More than 78 percent of students receive financial aid.

Window-shop along Park Avenue

1000 Holt Ave. — 2720 Winter Park, FL 32789 407.646.2161

www.rollins.edu

Clubs and organizations: More than 100 Athletics: 23 men’s and women’s varsity teams compete in the NCAA Division II Sunshine State Conference and have combined to win 22 national championships and 63 conference championships.

Spend a day at Walt Disney World, Universal Studios or Sea World Waterski one of the hundreds of lakes in the greater Orlando area

RO LLI N S CO LLEG E O N OTH E R P EO P LE ’ S LI S T S

1 Regional university in the South

#

(U.S. News & World Report)

8

Best Private College in Florida (Florida Monthly)

NO POSTAGE NECESSARY IF MAILED IN THE UNITED STATES

#

Liberal arts institution for study abroad (Open Doors Report)

Presidential Award for Community Service (One of six recipients out of 800 applicants)

Best Value College (Princeton Review)

Colleges with a Conscience: 81 Great Schools with Outstanding Community Involvement (Princeton Review)

373

The Best Colleges (Princeton Review)

Carnegie Community Engagement Classification

For more information about Rollins College, visit www.rollins.edu.

Awards and rankings: #1 Regional university in the South (U.S. News & World Report); #8 Liberal arts institution for study abroad (Open Doors Report); Colleges with a Conscience: 81 Great Schools with Outstanding Community Involvement (Princeton Review)

TH E LI STS


INTERNSHIP PLACEMENTS

450

(a sample of our more than internship opportunities in Central Florida; thousands more are available across the country and around the world)

MAIL PERMIT NO.96 WINTER PARK, FL

PO STAG E WIL L BE PAID BY ADDRE SS EE

FIRST-CLASS

Rollins College Office of Admission 1000 Holt Ave. — 2720 Winter Park, FL 32789-9643

AAA National Office Siemens Corporation Tupperware Brands Corporation Orlando Repertory Theatre Ibis Financial Group Target Florida Citrus Sports Central Florida Sports Commission UBS Financial Services Orlando Harley-Davidson City of Orlando-Wetlands Park American Lung Association CBS Radio Orlando Hispanic Business Initiative Fund Cushman & Wakefield of Florida International Council of Central Florida Space & Science Research Center Pink Sneakers Productions Florida Hospital Senator Bill Nelson Clear Channel Radio Central Florida Zoo & Botanical Gardens Orange County Regional History Center Ypartnernship Orlando Science Center Focus Features U.S. Department of State Sirius XM Radio Marc Jacobs International TJX Company Octagon Sports MTV NBC Universal The Travel Channel MGM Grand Madison Square Gardens

TH I N G S TO DO I N O R L AN DO } 10 minutes and WI NTE R 10 seconds PAR K

FROM ROLLINS

R O L L I N S CO L L E G E AT A G L A N C E

FROM ROLLINS

ORLANDO

WINTER PARK

Catch a concert at Amway Center

Autumn Art Festival

Cheer on the Orlando Magic Dine at one of Orlando’s 5,000 restaurants

Established: 1885 Location: On the shores of Lake Virginia in Winter Park, Florida, 10 minutes from downtown Orlando

Check out the Morse Museum

Students: 1,730 undergraduates from more than 45 states and more than 45 countries

Keep Winter Park Beautiful

Enjoy an evening of shopping in downtown Orlando

Screen independent and international films at the Florida Film Festival

Explore Loch Haven, the hub of Orlando’s blossoming arts scene

Shop at the Farmers’ Market (we recommend the kettle corn)

Experience a performance of the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra

Take a boat tour

Student/Faculty ratio: 10:1 Average class size: 17 Scholarships and financial aid: More than 78 percent of students receive financial aid.

Window-shop along Park Avenue

1000 Holt Ave. — 2720 Winter Park, FL 32789 407.646.2161

www.rollins.edu

Clubs and organizations: More than 100 Athletics: 23 men’s and women’s varsity teams compete in the NCAA Division II Sunshine State Conference and have combined to win 22 national championships and 63 conference championships.

Spend a day at Walt Disney World, Universal Studios or Sea World Waterski one of the hundreds of lakes in the greater Orlando area

RO LLI N S CO LLEG E O N OTH E R P EO P LE ’ S LI S T S

1 Regional university in the South

#

(U.S. News & World Report)

8

Best Private College in Florida (Florida Monthly)

NO POSTAGE NECESSARY IF MAILED IN THE UNITED STATES

#

Liberal arts institution for study abroad (Open Doors Report)

Presidential Award for Community Service (One of six recipients out of 800 applicants)

Best Value College (Princeton Review)

Colleges with a Conscience: 81 Great Schools with Outstanding Community Involvement (Princeton Review)

373

The Best Colleges (Princeton Review)

Carnegie Community Engagement Classification

For more information about Rollins College, visit www.rollins.edu.

Awards and rankings: #1 Regional university in the South (U.S. News & World Report); #8 Liberal arts institution for study abroad (Open Doors Report); Colleges with a Conscience: 81 Great Schools with Outstanding Community Involvement (Princeton Review)

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