Rollins offers a variety of free, collaborative resources to enrich the community and local businesses.
When Rollins College was founded in 1885, its library collection consisted of a Bible and a dictionary. Today, students have at their disposal considerable resources ranging from ancient tomes to the latest technology in information retrieval. Visit the library's site.
Connecting Rollins and the Central Florida Community
Explore all of the resources Rollins offers the local residents and businesses.
Center for Leadership Development
Facilitates events, workshops, and organizations to promote leadership development, personal growth, and skill building for business graduate students. Learn More
Career Development Center
Provides a wide variety of services including career and executive coaching, job-search strategies, résumé development, mock interviews, and recruitment and interview assistance, at no charge to students and alumni. Learn More
Center for Advanced Entrepreneurship
Provides students, alumni, and local business owners with a variety of practical entrepreneurial experiences, both in and out of the classroom. Learn More
Center for Management & Executive Education
Delivers continuing education programs in key areas such as critical thinking, emotional intelligence, team effectiveness, and strategic planning as well as certificate programs in human resources, entrepreneurship, and the Rollins Mini-MBA™. Learn More
Philanthropy & Nonprofit Leadership Center
Offers nonprofit workshops, networking events, and certificate programs for employees of nonprofit and philanthropic organizations. Members can take advantage of significant discounts, resources, and the ability to network and collaborate with peers. Learn More
Center for Lifelong Learning
Offers enrichment and certification programs for adults age 50 and older in Winter Park and neighboring communities. Learn More
Rollins College directs two federally funded TRiO programs as part of its mission to serve the educational needs of Central Florida's diverse community. These programs, Talent Search and Upward Bound, work with low-income students who dare to dream of being the first in their families to earn a college degree. Learn More
Child Development Center
As a laboratory of the Department of Psychology at Rollins College, the Child Development & Student Research Center (CDC) creates opportunities for students, children, families, and faculty of the College. Our mission is to foster growth and learning for undergraduates and children, and to support families with young children in our community. Learn More
The goal of the Rollins College Summer Camp Program is to combine interesting hands-on activities with innovative course content to create a rewarding educational camp experience. Courses are designed to enhance each camper's ability to discover new areas of interest and strengthen academic progress. Each course provides in-depth subject exploration while maintaining a fun summer camp atmosphere.
Knowles Memorial Chapel
The Chapel and its services represent the unique heritage of Rollins College and its adventurous founding. From morning until late at night, the Chapel provides a place of meeting, a place of quiet, a visible reminder of the relationship between the religious life and the academic search for truth. Learn More
Orlando Metropolitan Greenspaces
Central Florida is blessed with a series of definitive natural habitats stretching from the Wekiva Geopark to the headwaters of the Everglades. These wild spaces are exemplary, and well-studied, but there is another range of greenspaces—civic greens, community gardens, bike trails, and pedestrian-oriented parks—that enliven the built environment with their unique gifts. Researched and developed by Rollins, Orlando Metropolitan Greenspaces is an effort to document the quality of these special spaces that tie us to the past and can enlighten our journey into the future. Learn More