#findyouranchor

Look below for a #findyouranchor event near you!

Fall Opening:

Community Fair
Tuesday, September 1
McKean Gym / 12:00-2:00 PM
Come explore a variety of engagement opportunities with local community partners and Rollins student organizations! Enjoy activities, goodies, and connections with the Rollins community, and beyond!

Eat, Meet, and Greet: Lucy Cross Center Open House
Thursday, September 3
The Lucy Cross Center / 12:30 PM – 2:00 PM
All are welcome for the Lucy Cross Center Open House! Find out about programming for female-identified students, staff, faculty and their allies, for women of color, for the LGBTQ community, for off campus students, for allies,  and for others who are interested in community, advocacy, and real discussions about relevant (and sometimes difficult) topics. We'll also have delicious baked treats!

Behind Happy Faces: Talking About Mental Health
Tuesday, September 8
Warden Gym, Alfond Sports Complex / 7:00 PM *doors open at 6:30 p.m.
The Division of Student Affairs has invited Ross Szabo, an award winning speaker, writer, and trainer to campus this fall as a Thomas P. Johnson Lecturer. Ross has spoken to more than 1 million students about the importance of mental health and provides a positive example to empower them to seek help. Ross’s visit is being co-sponsored by the Vice President for Student Affairs, Dean of Students Care and Community alignments, The Wellness Center, Department of Athletics, and Graduate Studies in Mental Health Counseling.

Handshake: Your Rollins Career Connection
Wednesday, September 9
Olin Room 220/Center for Creativity / 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Come learn how Handshake, the new Career Management Platform, will help students and alumni engage and connect with opportunities as well as career resources.  Handshake offers social networking technology to enable users to connect with friends, colleagues, employers and career tools using any device.  Students and alumni should plan to attend this session to learn how to create engaging profiles, apply for opportunities as well as utilize the abundance of career planning tools available through Handshake.

JUMP 5 Minute Difference
Thursday, September 10
Cornell Campus Center / 12:30 PM
Take 5 minutes and help change your communtiy! 5 Minute Differences allow anyone to complete a service project in five minutes or less and support great community partners. 

Rollins Soccer Doubleheader
Friday, September 11
Barker Family Stadium / 4:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Cheer on the the women's and men's soccer teams as they host the University of West Florida in their regular season home opener. Go Tars!

Rollins Facilitator Training
Friday, September 11 & Saturday, September 12
Galloway Room / 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
The Rollins Facilitator Training program allows members of the Rollins community to become certified Rollins facilitators developing strong skills pertaining to: group dynamics, conflict management, intercultural competence, and team building. Each training session will be broken into two parts - a morning portion devoted to learning facilitation tools, tips, and techniques and an afternoon portion focused on a breakout sessions of your choosing (Immersion or SafeZone). Participants will need to attend the entire duration of the training in order to become a Certified Rollins Facilitator. Training is FREE and will include a light breakfast and lunch!

Strengths/Focus 2 Review Session
Tuesday, September 15
Bush Auditorium / 1 - 2 PM
Have you ever wondered how your top five Strengths as well as your interests, values, personality and skills might help you explore potential majors and careers?  If so, you will want to attend this interactive, self-assessment session to gain greater insight about yourself and connections between StrengthsFinder and Focus 2 assessments.  All students that have completed the StrengthsFinder Assessment as well as Focus 2 are welcome to attend.

3 Values of Being An Effective Person with Eric Papp
Tuesday, September 15
Galloway Room / 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
Join the Rita Bornstein Forum as it hosts its first interactive and thought-provoking seminar of the year, led by renowned presenter Eric Papp. Leadership will be revealed as a tool and choice for maximum growth, professionally and personally, while engaging audience members. With clients such as Pepsi, the FBI, and the World Bank, Eric Papp has thorough and diverse experiences developing high-quality, innovative leaders, resulting in over 400 passionate programs. 

Fraternity & Sorority Life Information Session
Tuesday, September 15
Galloway Room / 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Join us for an information session regarding campus fraternities and sororities, and how you can get involved!

Constitution Day Celebrations
Thursday, September 17
Cornell Campus Center (Bieberbach-Reed Room) / 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM
In honor of Constitution day, join the Rollins College Democracy Project and Student Media for a fun-filled night of Constitution-learnin'! Hear from local artists and journalists as they dialogue about how they use their freedom of speech to impact social change in our Central Florida community. Food, music, participatory art, and Constitution-themed trivia all included.

Chapel Chat with Livingston Taylor
Friday, September 18
Knowles Memorial Chapel / 7:30 AM
Come join Livingston Taylor (younger brother of James Taylor) along with Rev. Shawn Garvey, Interim Dean of Knowles Memorial Chapel, for a fun and insightful evening as they discuss Livingston's personal sense of Spirituality and how it informs his 40-year performing career, his teaching at Berklee School of Music in Boston, and his own sense of Self.  This will be the third such conversation that Livingston and Shawn have done together, and they are always engaging, thought-provoking, and above all FUN!  Come and join Rev. Garvey for an evening that will be free and open to the public.  This event is co-sponsored by Knowles Memorial Chapel and the First Congregational Church of Winter Park. 

#TARnation: Rollins Volleyball vs. Florida Southern
Friday, September 18
Alfond Sports Center / 6:30 PM
Rollins Volleyball hosts Sunshine State Conference rival, Florida Southern. Come out and support TarNATION

National Voter Registration Day
Tuesday, September 22
Tars Plaza / 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM
#CelebrateNVRD with the Rollins College Democracy Project and Student Media! WPRK will be on location broadcasting live and as always, there will be the opportunity for you to register to vote. The presidential primaries and local elections are coming up during the spring semester, and we want you to be prepared! 

Annie Russell Theatre Main Stage Production: Reefer Madness
September 25 & 26 at 8pm 
September 27 at 4pm 
September 30, October 1 & 2 at 8pm 
October 3 at 2pm & 8pm
Anne Russell Theatre
Reefer Madness is a fast-paced musical satire poking fun at the now infamous 1938 propaganda film of the same name. When we first meet Jimmy and Mary, they are a clean cut high school couple falling in puppy love. Lured by a gnarly crew of marijuana pushers, Jimmy and Mary are soon in all sorts of trouble – from hallucinations to homicide! Beneath the campy fun is a timely message about the cost of fear mongering. The playful Reefer Madness is sure to leave you with a case of the giggles (and plenty to talk about). Reefer Madness is intended for mature audiences.

Social Justice Leadership Retreat
Friday, September 25 - Sunday, September 27
Off Campus
CICI invites you to the 11th Annual Social Justice Leadership Retreat! This 2 night beach retreat is an opportunity to explore your own identity, learn more about others, and participate in training on privilege, allyship, and leadership.  Check your email or stop by CICI for an application! Applications are due on September 14, 2015 by midnight.

Habitat for Humanity Immersion
Friday, September 25 - Sunday, September 27
St. Petersburg, FL
Habitat for Humanity is a non-profit organization that works world-wide to restore homes affected by disaster and build affordable housing for thousands of people. Join the Immersion Team in a phenomenal opportunity to help build homes from the foundation up and be a part of the Habitat for Humanity mission of lowering the homeless population providing as many people as possible with a welcoming home. Guaranteed, this will be an unforgettable experience, filled with construction hats, bonding with other Rollins students, and impactful service.

Rollins Improv Players presents: RIP TAG
Sunday, September 27
Fred Stone Theatre / 8:00 PM - 9:00PM
Enjoy an original longform performance starring RIP, based on your suggestions! Plus, free admission!

I Love Rollins Week
Tuesday, September 28 - Friday, October 2
Various Locations & Times
Show your love for Rollins during "I Love Rollins Week," an annual week-long celebration of school spirit and appreciation for Rollins! Keep an eye out for a detailed schedule in your inbox!

Chart Your Path at Rollins and Beyond

Tuesday, September 29
Bieberbach-Reed / 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Do you want to maximize your four years at Rollins to achieve academic and career success?  Of course you do so plan to attend this enlightening session to find out how to build your resume and develop your career during your four years at Rollins and beyond.  You will find out about campus and community resources as well as alumni partners that can help you develop an intentional and successful career plan.

October

Handshake: Your Rollins Career Connection
Tuesday, October 6
Olin Room 220 / 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Come learn how Handshake, the new Career Management Platform, will help students and alumni engage and connect with opportunities as well as career resources.  Handshake offers social networking technology to enable users to connect with friends, colleagues, employers and career tools using any device.  Students and alumni should plan to attend this session to learn how to create engaging profiles, apply for opportunities as well as utilize the abundance of career planning tools available through Handshake.

Know the Signs
Movie Screening & Panel Discussion
Tuesday, October 6
Bush Auditorium / Reception 6:00 PM, Screening at 7:00 PM
On October 6th, Rollins will screen the new movie, Know The Signs, from local filmmaker Antonio R. Cannady; writer, producer and director. The movie screening is the kick-off event to National Domestic Violence Awareness Month and is brought to the Rollins community as part of his 31 Signs in 31 Days College Tour in an effort to build awareness and education around the issue of intimate partner violence. Join us in the Bush Auditorium for a reception followed by a short presentation by the filmmaker and Dr. Briscoe, Director of the Rollins Wellness Center; movie screening; Q&A and discussion with filmmaker, Dr. Briscoe and Oriana Jimenez, Title IX Coordinator; and photo opportunities with the filmmaker. Go to www.knowthesignsmovie.com to watch the official movie trailer.

Sorority Recruitment Information Session
Wednesday, October 7
Bieberbach Reed / 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Come out and learn everything you need to know for sorority recruitment!

Rollins Improv Players presents: Cut to...
Thursday, October 8
Fred Stone Theatre / 11:00 PM
Enjoy an original longform performance starring RIP, based on your suggestions! Plus, free admission!

Fall Break Immersion

Friday, October 9 - Sunday, October 13
Join your fellow Tars to explore a new community and through direct community engagement, leadership development, and multicultural education learn more about how you can impact social change. Applications will be sent out via email. Keep an eye on your email for application details from Immersion@Rollins.edu.

Strengths/Focus 2 Review Session
Thursday, October 15
Bush Auditorium / 4:00 - 5:00
Have you ever wondered how your top five Strengths as well as your interests, values, personality and skills might help you explore potential majors and careers?  If so, you will want to attend this interactive, self-assessment session to gain greater insight about yourself and connections between StrengthsFinder and Focus 2 assessments.  All students that have completed the StrengthsFinder Assessment as well as Focus 2 are welcome to attend.

Exploring Your Museum and the Work of Jess T. Dugan
Tuesday, October 20
Cornell Fine Arts Museum / 12:00 - 2:00
Come over CFAM for an open house, complete with refreshments and raffle drawings for exhibition catalogs and mug! CFAM curator Amy Galpin will be leading tours of the fall exhibition, "Jess T. Dugan: Every breath we drew." Dugan's photographs have recently been featured on CNN and The New York Times; she explores intimacy and constructions of masculinity within the framework of queer experience. Tours will be available at 12:45 and 1:15.

Fred Stone Theatre Second Stage Production: Confessions from Behind the Window
October 21, 22, and 23 at 8pm
October 24 at 2pm and 8pm
Fred Stone Theatre
Five improvisers begin their personal journey with a suggestion from the audience regarding an event that affected their lives. The players take the summary of that story and expand, creating the journey of the story, while drawing from personal events and experiences in their lives. Each player takes a risk in connecting with themselves and each other, while revealing significant moments that shaped their lives. Through a series of scenes and monologues, Confessions from Behind the Window will leave you with a sense of truth and self-discovery.

R-Compass Fair
Thursday, October 22
Campus Center / 11:30 AM
Join us for The R-Compass Fair! The R-Compass Fair features information on majors, minors, and Neighborhood offerings, as well as services designed to integrate academics into career and life planning. Additionally, Strengths will be featured and celebrated in creative ways to demonstrate how others with those talents have excelled in a variety of majors, minors, careers, and experiences in and outside of college.

Step Up for Down Syndrome
Saturday, October 24
Lake Eola / 8:00 AM (registration opens)  
In addition to a fundraising walk, this event is an inspirational occasion and a time to meet many, many people who have DS.  After the event, there is a resources fair, which can introduce students to volunteer opportunities. This is a very inclusive community experience!  There will be a Psychology Department/Child Development Center Team to join, some advance activities, and the Walk itself on 10/24. Check out this year's video, here

Emerging Leadership Institute
Saturday, October 24
Off-campus / 4:00 PM
This event is a weekend long experience for 1st and 2nd year students to meet other emerging leaders across campus and to begin their leadership journey here at Rollins. Come spend the weekend with fellow tars and learn all about your leadership potential and meet new friends! For more information on applying, contact CLCE.

Peruvian Folklore Dance Performance
Sunday, October 25
Winter Park Public Library / 2:00 PM
Come see a beautiful performance of Peruvian folklore dance.  The local group Peru Art Dance will perform a series of typical Peruvian dances.  Colorful, engaging and energetic entertainment. A dance workshop will follow. *Please note, this is a tentative date and time.

Latino Americans Film Screening
Sunday, October 25
Bush Auditorium / 7:00 PM
Come see the screening of an episode from the PBS documentary series "Latino Americans."  The series chronicles the rich and varied history and experiences of Latinos. *Please note, this is a tentative date and time.

Leveraging Your Rollins Experience
Tuesday, October 27
Bieberbach-Reed / Campus Center / 4:00 - 5:00 PM
How can you showcase all of the amazing experiences and key accomplishments while at Rollins to maximize your career and graduate school opportunities?  Plan to attend this interactive session to learn how to promote your educational, leadership, research, social impact and work experiences to get noticed by employers and graduate/professional schools.  You take part in so many epic experiences over the course of your four years at Rollins so find out how to capture and market your liberal arts degree and soft skills on your resume, CV or LinkedIn Profile as well as during networking events and interviews.

TARS Tailgate
Wednesday, October 28
Warren Parking Lot / 5:00 - 8:00 PM
Join the the fraternity and sorority community as they host a cook out before the Women's Soccer game. Anyone may come and enjoy!

StrengthsQuest Workshop
Thursday, October 29
Location TBD / 4:00 PM
This event will introduce individuals their individual personality type as well as team dynamics associated with the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI).  Come learn about yourself and how you work with team members in your groups and organizations. For more information, contact CLCE.

Orlando Magic Game & Executive Meet & Greet
Thursday, October 29
Amway Center, Orlando, FL / 3:00 PM
Students will be introduced to American sports culture and management through a meeting with Orlando Magic executives, followed by a tour of the Amway Center and the opening game of the Orlando Magic basketball season. The event is also educational as the students will meet with executives of the Orlando Magic management team to learn about sports and event space management.  In addition, students will get to experience an aspect of the local Orlando community while connecting with their classmates and building their own sense of community. ***Please note that the exact date is not yet known.  The Orlando Magic do not set their season schedule until the end of August / early September.  Date above is just an estimated date.

Halloween Howl
Saturday, October 31
Mills Lawn / 2:00 - 5:00 PM
Volunteer with the spooktacular Halloween Howl! Halloween Howl is an annual event in October that brings over 2,500 members of the Central Florida community to campus for a Halloween celebration. Rollins student organizations participate by hosting carnival booths and craft activities on Mills Lawn, creating haunted houses out of residential space, getting involved on the planning committee, and being general volunteers at the event.

November


Family Weekend

Friday - Sunday, November 6 - 8
Various Campus Locations
Enjoy beautiful fall weather, relax with your family, and become better acquainted with the Rollins community. The weekend combines information and fun activities to give your family a glimpse at life at Rollins. 

Sorority Recruitment Information Session
Tuesday, November 10
Bieberbach Reed / 6:00 - 7:30 PM
Come out and learn everything you need to know for sorority recruitment!

Strengths/Focus 2 Review Session
Wednesday, November 11
Bush Auditorium / 9:00 - 10:00 AM
Have you ever wondered how your top five Strengths as well as your interests, values, personality and skills might help you explore potential majors and careers?  If so, you will want to attend this interactive, self-assessment session to gain greater insight about yourself and connections between StrengthsFinder and Focus 2 assessments.  All students that have completed the StrengthsFinder Assessment as well as Focus 2 are welcome to attend.

MBTI Workshop
Thursday, November 12
Location TBD / 4:00 PM
This event will introduce students to Gallup's StrengthsQuest on campus. Students will need to sign up ahead of time for this event.  The workshop will include a brief description of the Strengths philosophy as well as an explanation of how they work with others within a team. For more information, contact CLCE.

Rollins Immersion: Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki “A Place to Learn, A Place to Remember"
Friday, November 13th - Sunday, November 15th
Off-Campus
Have you ever wondered what native cultures your family line stems from or were intrigued to find out who truly laid the groundwork for the conception of the United States long before railways and Lewis and Clark ventured into the frontier? Join us on a journey through time as we partner with the Seminole Tribe of Florida to learn about cultural and environmental preservation. We will live and learn alongside members of the South Florida, Seminole Tribe as they bring the history of their people alive. From cultural and historical presentations from members of the tribe to swamp excursions and air boat rides, we will find ourselves one with nature and ready to learn and remember who we are and where we come from and the responsibility we have to preserve and respect diverse cultures and our home environments. Keep an eye out for an email from Immersion@Rollins.edu more information and how to apply.

Annie Russell Theatre Main Stage Production: Tartuffe
November 13 & 14 at 8pm 
November 15 at 4pm 
November 18, 19 & 20 at 8pm 
November 21 at 2pm & 8pm
Annie Russell Theatre
Moliere’s Tartuffe is arguably the classic French comedy, originally performed in the 1600s and on stages across the world ever since. The two-faced Tartuffe dupes a well-to-do gentleman into surrendering his home and daughter in the name of religion. How far will this charlatan get before he’s exposed? Originally banned by the church due to its criticism of religious hypocrisy, Tartuffe’s biting wit has electrified audiences for centuries. Broadway veteran John Christopher Jones returns to the Annie to direct this timeless piece.

International Education Week
Monday, November 16 - Friday, November 20
Various locations
Join the Office of International Student & Scholar Services and other campus departments to celebrate International Education Wee!  Through a series of programs and events, students, faculty, and staff will have the opportunity to learn about different cultures, engage with those cultures, and celebrate the cultures represented by our international student population.  The week's events typically include:  the annual IEW Photo Contest, Rollins World Cup, CultureFest, and a few other programs.

FSL Row
Tuesday, November 17
Bush Lawn / 12:00 - 1:30 PM
Take a stroll down FSL Row, where students interested in joining a fraternity or sorority will have the opportunity to ask questions of any of the 13 Greek organizations in a casual environment. All of our FSL organizations will be more than happy to answer any questions potential recruits might have!

Handshake: Your Rollins Career Connection
Thursday, November 19
Olin room 220 / Center for Creativity / 4:00 - 5:00 PM
Come learn how Handshake, the new Career Management Platform, will help students and alumni engage and connect with opportunities as well as career resources.  Handshake offers social networking technology to enable users to connect with friends, colleagues, employers and career tools using any device.  Students and alumni should plan to attend this session to learn how to create engaging profiles, apply for opportunities as well as utilize the abundance of career planning tools available through Handshake.

December

Holiday FunFest
Wednesday, December 9
Alfond Sports Center / 5:00 - 8:30 PM
Holiday FunFest invites children from various foster care facilities to campus for an evening of holiday fun. As a part of the Rollins Winter Wonderland, these children will be able to meet Santa Claus, enjoy entertainment sponsored by Rollins students, and take part in the fun filled activities that you create with them (making cupcakes, building a picture frame, creating a book about themselves, making ornaments, etc.).

Spring Opening:

January

Chart Your Path at Rollins and Beyond
Thursday, January 28
Faculty Club / 4:00 - 5:00 PM
Do you want to maximize your four years at Rollins to achieve academic and career success?  Of course you do so plan to attend this enlightening session to find out how to build your resume and develop your career during your four years at Rollins and beyond.  You will find out about campus and community resources as well as alumni partners that can help you develop an intentional and successful career plan.

February

Handshake: Your Rollins Career Connection
Tuesday, February 2
Olin room 220 /Center for Creativity / 3:00 - 4:00 PM
Come learn how Handshake, the new Career Management Platform, will help students and alumni engage and connect with opportunities as well as career resources.  Handshake offers social networking technology to enable users to connect with friends, colleagues, employers and career tools using any device.  Students and alumni should plan to attend this session to learn how to create engaging profiles, apply for opportunities as well as utilize the abundance of career planning tools available through Handshake.

Fred Stone Theatre Second Stage Production: Becky Shaw
February 3, 4, and 5 at 8pm
February 6 at 2pm and 8pm
Fred Stone Theatre
Newlywed couple Andrew and Suzanna set up brother Max and co-worker Becky on a date. When what they think will be an evening of love and happiness takes a dark turn, crisis and comedy take hold. Becky Shaw is a hilarious play that challenges the obligations to the people we love and those we have just met.

Strengths/Focus 2 Review Session
Thursday, February 11
Bush Auditorium / 12:00 - 1:00 PM
Have you ever wondered how your top five Strengths as well as your interests, values, personality and skills might help you explore potential majors and careers?  If so, you will want to attend this interactive, self-assessment session to gain greater insight about yourself and connections between StrengthsFinder and Focus 2 assessments.  All students that have completed the StrengthsFinder Assessment as well as Focus 2 are welcome to attend.

Annie Russell Theatre Main Stage Production: Expecting Isabelle
February 12 & 13 at 8pm 
February 14 at 4pm 
February 17, 18 & 19 at 8pm 
February 20 at 2pm & 8pm
Annie Russell Theatre
Set in modern-day New York City, Expecting Isabel tells the story of a middle-aged couple eager to have a child. Written by actress, stand-up comedian, and award-winning playwright Lisa Loomer, Isabel moves briskly from the bedroom, to fertility clinics, to adoption agencies. Miranda and Nick serve as candid narrators, revealing the comedic highs and bitter lows of modern marriage. Tender, quirky, and honest, our third show of the season explores the oft-terrifying miracle of parenthood. Expecting Isabel is intended for mature audiences.

Leveraging Your Rollins Experience
Wednesday, February 17
Bierberbach-Reed room / Campus Center / 4:00 - 5:00 PM
How can you showcase all of the amazing experiences and key accomplishments while at Rollins to maximize your career and graduate school opportunities?  Plan to attend this interactive session to learn how to promote your educational, leadership, research, social impact and work experiences to get noticed by employers and graduate/professional schools.  You take part in so many epic experiences over the course of your four years at Rollins so find out how to capture and market your liberal arts degree and soft skills on your resume, CV or LinkedIn Profile as well as during networking events and interviews.

March

Rally to the Polls
Tuesday, March 15
Meet at Tars Plaza, Carpool or bike to Polling Place / 8:00 - 7:00 PM
Is your polling place the Winter Park Ninth Grade Center? If you live on campus and are registered to vote here in Florida, that's your precinct, and the Democracy Project and EcoRollins want to help YOU get to our polling place. Sign-up for one of the five time slot that works best for you and then meet at Tars Plaza (The Flagpole) at the designated time to participate in the carpool!  http://www.wejoinin.com/sheets/gqrpu  None of these times work for you? Ride over to the polling place via one of the bikes from the Rollins Bike Program! Just head over to the Olin Library, where the bikes will be housed for the day. You can check out one there and then return it back to Olin once you're done voting! If these transportation options aren't convenient for you, let us know and we can find an alternate solution: DPROJECT@ROLLINS.EDU.

Strengths/Focus 2 Review Session 
Wednesday, March 16
Bierberbach-Reed room / Campus Center / 4:00 - 5:00 PM
Have you ever wondered how your top five Strengths as well as your interests, values, personality and skills might help you explore potential majors and careers?  If so, you will want to attend this interactive, self-assessment session to gain greater insight about yourself and connections between StrengthsFinder and Focus 2 assessments.  All students that have completed the StrengthsFinder Assessment as well as Focus 2 are welcome to attend.

April


Fred Stone Theatre Second Stage Production: Detroit
April 6, 7, and 8 at 8pm
April 9 at 2pm and 8pm
Fred Stone Theatre 
Detroit follows recently unemployed Ben and financially anxious Mary as they welcome fresh-out-of-rehab neighbors Kenny and Sharon to suburbia. As the couples try bringing some sizzle to their average lives, they start a fire they can't put out. From pleasantries to dirty dancing, Detroit is a "scary-funny" play that deals with addicition, affluence, and the power of nostalgia.

Annie Russell Theatre Main Stage Production: Hello, Dolly!
April 15 & 16 at 8pm 
April 17 at 4pm 
April 20, 21, & 22 at 8pm 
April 23 at 2pm & 8pm
Annie Russell Theatre
The incomparable Dolly is traveling to Yonkers to help the grumpy widower Horace find a second wife. It’s not long until the beloved matchmaker and self-proclaimed “meddler” reveals a plan to marry Horace herself – and Dolly always gets what she wants! An iconic musical about second chances, Hello, Dolly! is chock full of classics like “Before the Parade Passes By,” “Put on Your Sunday Clothes,” “Ribbons Down My Back,” and the unforgettable title song. Come fall in love again (or for the first time) with one of musical theatre’s most marvelous heroines!


Strengths/Focus 2 Review Session
Tuesday, April 19
Bierberbach-Reed room / Campus Center / 3:00 - 4:00 PM
Have you ever wondered how your top five Strengths as well as your interests, values, personality and skills might help you explore potential majors and careers?  If so, you will want to attend this interactive, self-assessment session to gain greater insight about yourself and connections between StrengthsFinder and Focus 2 assessments.  All students that have completed the StrengthsFinder Assessment as well as Focus 2 are welcome to attend.

Unwind Before You Unravel Wellness Fair 
Thursday, April 21
Bush Lawn / 3:00 - 7:00 PM
Come enjoy a fun and interactive fair that introduces students, faculty and staff to wellness resources on campus and in the area. Attendees will engage in hands-on learning experiences related to wellness and participate in interactive activities designed to find little ways to make every day a little more manageable. With over 25 on-campus and local area vendors, participants will be able to access a variety of wellness services relating to the nine wellness themes.

Student Leadership Awards Banquet
Monday, April 25
Alfond Sports Complex / 5:00 - 8:00 PM
Join us as Student Affairs honors student leaders from across campus during this Rollins tradition!



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Rollins College
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