Due to being in the International Baccalaureate Program in high school, I found that some courses were rather simplistic at Rollins. For those who have taken many years of comprehensive Spanish, the foreign language department will be a breeze until the 300 level. At Rollins, every freshman must take a RCC (Rollins Conference Course) that helps the student adjust to his first year. The teacher of this course is the student's advisor, and there are many field trips or presentations that must be attended to bring the student closer to the Rollins community. While this may...
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Rollins is a great small school with very hands on teachers. The school highly values community service and students here often end up volunteering with out even noticing it. The classes are small and the teachers are accessible and truly enjoy teaching.» Read More
The campus is lovely and in a nice little town not too far from Orlando. The classrooms are smaller and provide a more intimate learning experience. The students I met when I visited were cheerful, very friendly and seemed to love everything about the school.» Read More
Rollins is a great learning environment giving students a great education in an awesome atmosphere. Rollins is challenging, stimulating, and diverse. Rollins provides immense opportunities for educational and personal development.» Read More
The Rollins campus is really relaxing and peaceful during the weekends, which is good if you're feeling a bit overwhelmed. The professors are very approachable and the students are open and friendly. You'll definitely find something to get involved in here on campus.» Read More
Truly a school to go to if you love service and want to reach your fullest potential! Professors (as well as the rest of the administration staff) are there because they WANT to be there and will do anything to help. The atmosphere and academics are top of the line.» Read More