Housing & Dining

Your home away from home.

Your new neighborhood

More than 70 percent of Rollins students live on campus in one of the College's 17 residence halls.


Join more than 65% of your peers who live on campus in our more than 18 distinct Spanish-Mediterranean-style residential facilities, which range from residence halls to apartments.

Elizabeth Hall
A coeducational, upperclassman hall with a beautiful common room overlooking the lake and a laundry room on each floor.

Holt Hall
A coeducational building of almost all single rooms, known as one of the quietest buildings on campus.

McKean Hall
One of the largest halls on campus and part of the Living Learning Communities, housing primarily first-year students. Includes a lakeside volleyball court and common spaces with TVs on every floor.  

Rex Beach Hall
Houses the Arts Living Learning Community. Connected to a classroom and is close to the departments of music, theater, and art.
Sutton Apartments
Upperclassman, fully furnished, apartment-style building, complete with a resident-only lagoon-style pool.

Ward Hall
A first-year hall featuring a faculty-in-residence and a classroom in the building—meaning at least one of your classes is just a few feet from your room.  

Gale Hall

Home of the X-Club

Hooker Hall
Home of Chi Psi

Pugsley Hall
Former home of Tau Kappa Epsilon. Currently used as upper-class housing.

Corrin Hall
Home of Chi Omega

Cross Hall
Home of Alpha Omicron Pi 

Fox Hall
Home of Kappa Delta

Mayflower Hall
Home of Non Compis Mentis

Lyman Hall
Home to Delta Zeta

Specialty Housing
Rollins Hall
Service-themed housing.

Pinehurst Cottage

Strong Hall
Current home to first-year students including those in the language living learning communities. Suite-style living and the newest addition to the campus.


Traditional hot meals and salad bars. Vegetarian, gluten-free, and vegan options. Deli food, pizza, and sushi.

There’s something for everyone. Rollins meal plans are flexible—you can use them in all of our food venues, as well as Dominoes and Park Ave Pizza. We promise you won’t starve.

The Market Place ("Beans")
features five specialty stations, including vegan and vegetarian, allergen free, and made-to-order Sushi, and is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner Monday through Friday, and for brunch and dinner on weekends.

A mini convenient store featuring made-to-order subs and is fully stocked with snacks, groceries including a wide variety of organic and gluten free items, sundries, and gifts. 

The Grille
Open from lunch to late night, this casual dining hotspot serves charbroiled burgers, grilled chicken, steak sandwiches, salads, breakfast items, and wings. Old-fashioned ice-cream parlor favorites include milk shakes, ice-cream cones, and root beer floats.

Dianne's Café
Adjacent to the bookstore, this coffee shop serves Starbucks Fair Trade coffee and specialty drinks, sandwiches, desserts, gourmet soups, and fresh squeezed orange juice.

Cornell Café
When you need good food fast, this Café located in the Cornell Hall for the Social Sciences features deli wraps and sub sandwiches prepared on freshly baked sub rolls and made to order tortillas.  Other options include soup, gourmet chips, bottled beverages, fountain sodas, and grab-n-go snacks.

Bookmark Cafe 
Great food for great studying, the Bookmark Café is located in the library and features Starbucks Fair Trade coffee, a variety of cold beverages, and quick grab-n-go snacks, sandwiches, and salads.

Bush Café
Located in the Bush Science Center, the Café features fresh fruit smoothies, grab-n-go sandwiches and salads, Starbucks Fair Trade coffee, and assorted bottled beverages and snack items.

Check out Dining Services at Rollins.

Res Life

From tips on what to pack to how to deal with difficult roommates, Residential Life has everything you need to know about living on campus.


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