Rollins College

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Rollins College is a private, coeducational liberal arts college located in Winter Park, Florida

Rollins College has four divisions that offer a variety of programs: College of Arts and Sciences; College of Professional Studies; Crummer Graduate School of Business; and Hamilton Holt School.

US News states that undergraduates at Rollins can choose from about 30 majors, ranging from Latin American and Caribbean studies to computer science and biochemistry to theatre arts and dance. In addition to its undergraduate programs, Rollins offers an M.B.A. program through the Crummer Graduate School of Business. Other graduate degrees granted include a Master of Arts in teaching, Master of Education in elementary education, Master of Human Resources, and Master of Liberal Studies. The “Walk of Fame” at Rollins is lined with stones from the homes of legendary historical figures: Maya Angelou, Confucius, and Martin Luther King, Jr., to name a few.

2013 marked the ninth consecutive year that U.S. News & World Report ranked Rollins as the number one university in the South, in the category of “Regional Universities (South).” Rollins had held the number two spot on the list for the previous ten years consecutively dating back to 1995.

For three straight years (2010-2012) Rollins College has also been ranked as one of the best in the nation in both academic and athletic standards according to the NCSA Collegiate Power Rankings including the most recent 2012 ranking of 2nd best in Division II and 15th best overall. The 2010 rankings placed Rollins 13th in Division II and 2011 3rd best in division II, while 37th overall.

The college has also been named one of the top national producers of Fulbright Scholars among Masters granting institutions throughout the U.S. Since inception of the scholarship in 1951, 42 Tars have been awarded the prestigious honor. According to Business Week Rollins College offers high tuition and low return on investment. This means the graduates don’t earn much money during their life times.


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