“I came to visit in February and I’ve never regretted it: the small class sizes and environment; the people were so welcoming. Walking on campus, I just immediately felt that this was the place.” – Drew Horsburgh ’10, marine biology and anthropology
Take a seat at the table During your campus visit, you can sit in on a class of your choice. You’ll notice that many of the classes at Rollins take place at a round table, where professors and students engage in lively classroom discussions. Pull up a chair and experience for yourself the type of engaged learning you’ll undertake at Rollins—it will put Rollins’ 10-to-1 student-to-faculty ratio in a whole new perspective.
Meet your future mentors, research partners and international travel companions
While you’re on campus, be sure to inquire about everything from average class size and international study opportunities, to service learning and research projects. As a student at Rollins, your professors will be more than a face at the front of a classroom—they’ll be your collaborators on meaningful research projects, your partners in service, your international study companions, your mentors and closest advisors.
Published on Jun 10, 2009
A visit to Rollins:the moment when a picture in a brochurebecomes the place where you will spend the mostpurposeful years of your life.Stand...