Student Life

Whether you’re seeking intellectual and cultural enrichment, community and student organization engagement, or the excitement of intercollegiate athletics, Rollins provides a rich variety of opportunities for you to explore.

Fox Day

Established in 1956, Fox Day is a Rollins tradition that occurs each spring on a day deemed "too pretty to have class" by the college president. Classes are canceled, providing undergraduate students with a surprise day off.

Live it up.

HUNDREDS of student organizations.

TONS of community engagement opportunities.

OODLES of study-abroad experiences.

DOZENS of cultural organizations.

LOADS of internship and student employment opportunities.

ONE incomparable college experience.

For a small school, you’ll find we have a lot going on.

Rollins is an exciting and vibrant campus environment. Every day is a new adventure, and much of that adventure is experienced through the many on-campus opportunities and resources available to you. Whether you are trying to catch pancakes during the Pancake Flip, competing in Greek Week’s volleyball tournament, hanging out with friends for some live music at Dave’s Down Under, or the first student to spy the Fox on The Green signifying “Fox Day,” daily life at Rollins offers a colorful range of fun activities.

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The Office of Student Success is there to help every step of the way.

fox day

Learn more about our most beloved tradition (and day off).