Every alum. Every parent. Every friend. Every year.
Why are gifts to The Rollins Fund so important to Rollins?
By giving to The Rollins Fund, you support all of the things that set Rollins apart.
Donors typically designate their annual contributions to the College's area of greatest need. This means you can grant Rollins the flexibility to use your contribution at the time your gift is received. However, you may also designate your gift to support your particular area of interest.
The Rollins Fund supports:
Support current and future business leaders who are learning a practical and ethical approach to business with a gift to The Crummer Fund. Your contribution will support the areas of greatest need for Crummer, which includes programming and student scholarships.
Your annual gift to the Hamilton Holt School helps working adults meet the financial challenges that can prevent them from earning degrees. The area of greatest need at the Hamilton Holt School is to increase the amount of scholarship assistance available to incoming and returning students. Your contribution will help make the dream of a college education a reality for students who want to make a difference in their businesses and communities.Learn more about leadership giving and Fiat Lux Society
The annual drive for athletic programs is a component of The Rollins Fund. Contributions can be allocated to the general athletic fund or a specific sport, and all gifts underwrite scholarships for student-athletes, team travel, and equipment. When alumni and fans join together and give back to athletics, the Tars move forward.
If you are the parent of a current student or alum, your contribution of any amount is considered a parent gift. No matter where you choose to allocate your gift, we recognize your generosity and special dedication to Rollins students. Parents may direct their gifts to The Parents Fund, which is a component of The Rollins Fund that shares the same designation options. Memberships in The Parents Council and Fiat Lux Society begin with an annual gift of at least $2,500.