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					Name of Student Organization                                              Acronym
85 Broads
All Campus Events                                                         ACE
American Indian Student Organization                                      AISO
American Medical Student Association                                      AMSA
Asian American Student Association                                        AASA
Association of Fundraising Professionals - Rollins Chapter                AFP
Beach Brigade
Biology Interest Group                                                    B.I.G.
Black Student Union                                                       BSU
Caribbean Student Association                                             CSA
Chinese Organization
Desi
EcoRollins                                                                EcoRollins
Filipino Student Association                                              FSA
Film Appreciation Organization                                            F.A.O.
Gaming and Multimedia Enthusiasts                                         GAME
Hamilton Holt Student Government Association                              HHSGA
Hillel@Rollins
Interfaith Community Club                                                 ICC
International Student Organization                                        ISO
InterVarsity Christian Fellowship                                         IV
Invisible Children United                                                 ICU
Join Us in Making Progress                                                J.U.M.P
KA-BLAM! The Rollins College Comic Book Club                              KA-BLAM!
Kappa Delta Pi                                                            KDP
Latin American Student Association                                        LASA
Making Lives Better                                                       MLB
Middle Eastern Cultures and Cuisine Association                           MECCA
Muslim Student Association                                                MSA
National Society of Collegiate Scholars                                   NSCS
Off Campus Student Association                                            OCSA
Order of Omega                                                            N/A
Phi Beta Lambda-Future Business Leaders of America                        PBL-FBLA
Pinehurst Organization
Psi Chi                                                                   ..
Residence Hall Association                                                RHA
Rollins Anime Club for Enthusiasts                                        RACE
Rollins Archaeology Students Association                                  RASA
Rollins College Dancers                                                   RCD
Rollins College Democrats
Rollins College Florida Chapter of the American Society of Microbiology   ASM
Rollins College Mock Trial                                                RCMT
Rollins College Poetry Club                                               RCPC
Rollins Dance Team                                                        RDT
Rollins Improv Players                                                    RIP
Rollins Microfinance Fund                                                 RMF
Rollins Model United Nations                         RMUN
Rollins Outdoor Club                                 R.O.C.
Rollins Players
Rollins Relief                                       -
Rollins Rock Climbing Club                           RRCC
Rollins Soccer Club                                  RSC
Rollins Television *98                               RTV
Rollins Ultimate                                     n/a
Rotaract Club                                        Rollins Rotaract
Sigma Alpha Iota                                     SAI
Sigma Tau Delta                                      STD
Society for a Just Peace in Palestine                SJP
Society of Physics Students                          SPS
Spectrum                                             -
Student Education Association                        SEA
Student Government Association                       SGA
Student Labor Action Project                         SLAP
Student News Bureau                                  SNB
Students Working to Increase Marine Sustainability   S.W.I.M.S.
The Anthroscape
The Cookie Club                                      C.C.
The Creatives
The Ink and Paint                                    NA
The Multi-Ethnic Student Society                     MESS
The Sandspur
Theta Alpha Phi                                      TAP
Toastmasters International                           NA
Voices for Women                                     V4W
Women's MBA Association                              WMBAA
WPRK 91.5 FM
WTF Rollins- We Tackle the Future at Rollins         WTF Rollins


Name of Social Fraternities and Sororities           Acronym
Alpha Omicron Pi
Chi Omega
Chi Psi
Delta Zeta
Kappa Delta Sorority
Kappa Kappa Gamma
Non Compis Mentis
Phi Delta Theta
Sigma Gamma Rho
Tau Kappa Epsilon
X Club
Name: President/Chair/Editor/Manager   Email Address: President/Chair/Editor/Manager
Julie Kay Donegan                      jdonegan@rollins.edu
Katie Jones                            kjones@rollins.edu
Sonia Minors                           sminors@rollins.edu
Jessica Duran                          Jduran@rollins.edu
Michael Tang                           mtang@rollins.edu
Yennie Tse                             ytse@rollins.edu
Charles Ebert                          cebert@rollins.edu
Riley Schlub                           rschlub@rollins.edu
Cherisse Hagood                        chagood@rollins.edu
Shaquana Nelson                        snelson@rollins.edu
Hongjin Du                             hdu@eollins.edu
Jayashree Shivamoggi                   JSHIVAMOGGI@rollins.edu
Theresa Chu                            tchu@rollins.edu
Airam Dato-on                          adatoon@rollins.edu
Brendan Monroe                         bmonroe@rollins.edu
Taylor Sinclair                        jtsinclair@rollins.edu
Hillary Roviaro                        hroviaro@rollins.edu
Mitch Sommers                          msommers@rollins.edu
Veronica Ballam-Coolman                vballam@rollins.edu
Sanjay Rana                            SRANA@rollins.edu
Senny Luu                              sluu@rollins.edu
Samar Shaukat                          sshaukat@rollins.edu
Katie Powell                           klpowell@rollins.edu
Shelby Phillips                        sphillips@rollins.edu
Cherie Bazemore                        mkovarik@rollins.edu
Amalia Trombetta                       atrombetta@rollins.edu
Raghabendra KC                         rkc@rollins.edu
Sara Mack                              smack@rollins.edu
Fatema Kermalli                        fkermalli@rollins.edu
Charles Ebert                          cebert@rollins.edu
Whitney Smith                          wsmith@rollins.edu
Luisa Gibbs                            lgibbs@rollins.edu
Pedro Sivero                           psivero@rollins.edu
Shayla Alamino                         salamino@rollins.edu
Kaitlin Reynolds                       ktreynolds@rollins.edu
Amanda Westover                        AWestover@rollins.edu
Kari Smith                             ksmith@rollins.edu
Kayla Cortes                           kcortes@rollins.edu
Jill Lindsey                           jlindsey@rollins.edu
Mitchell Eric Sommers                  MSOMMERS@rollins.edu
Kristen Thomas                         KThomas@rollins.edu
Meghan Gordon                          mgordon@rollins.edu
Caitlin O'Loughlin                     coloughlin@rollins.edu
Sarah Maisano                          smaisano@rollins.edu
Amanda Leaky                           ALeaky@rollins.edu
Will Lamar Chesney                     wchesney@rollins.edu
Ariane Rosen                  acrosen@rollins.edu
Riley Schlub                  rschlub@rollins.edu
Amanda Leakey                 aleakey@rollins.edu
Sam Barns                     sbarns@rollins.edu
Robert Watson                 rwatson@rollins.edu
Charlie Ebert                 cebert@rollins.edu
Syed Johnson                  sxjohnson@rollins.edu
Chris Garlock                 cgarlock@rollins.edu
Georgi Georgiev               ggeorgiev@rollins.edu
Laura Knowles                 lknowles@rollins.edu
Meghan Thomas                 methomas@rollins.edu
Fatema Kermalli               fkermalli@rollins.edu
Ashley Cannaday               acannaday@rollins.edu
Meghan Thomas                 methomas@rollins.edu
Stephanie Sullivan Courson    smsullivan@rollins.edu
Nicholas Horsmon              nhorsmon@rollins.edu
Louisa Gibbs                  lgibbs@rollins.edu
Brittany Fornof               bfornof@rollins.edu
Kristina Howansky             khowansky@rollins.edu
Kayla Cortes                  kcortes@rollins.edu
Scott Barbee                  sbarbee@rollins.edu
Airam Dato-on                 adatoon@rollins.edu
Shelby Phillips               sphillips@rollins.edu
Anna Montoya                  amontoya@rollins.edu
Nicholas Zazulia              NZAZULIA@Rollins.edu
kaitlin E. Baxter             kbaxter@rollins.edu
Christopher Gassner           cgassner@rollins.edu
Kim Hambright /Shannon Frey   khambright@rollins.edu / sfrey@rollins.edu
Yennie Tse                    ytse@rollins.edu
Taylor Clark                  tlclark@rollins.edu
Brittany Fornof               Bfornof@rollins.edu


Name: President               Email Address: President
Lauren Johnson                ljohnson@rollins.edu
Belle Stoker                  bllstkr@gmail.com
David Smith                   dasmith@rollins.edu
Olivia Escalona               oescalona@rollins.edu
Erica Butterworth             ebutterworth@rollins.edu
Katie Anne Hubbell            rollinskkgpresident@gmail.com
Laura Hardwicke               ncm.president@gmail.com
Scott Fusco                   sfusco@rollins.edu
Leusely Phicil                LPHICIL@Rollins.edu
Zach Lee                      zclee5@gmail.com
Kyle Wilkerson                kwilkerson@rollins.edu
LEAD Team Liaison
Natalie McIntosh
Amanda Drum
Navreet Dhaliwal
Navreet Dhaliwal
Raghabendra Kc
Raghabendra Kc
Raghabendra Kc
Hannah Lewis
Drew Doty
Natalie McIntosh
Laney Jones
Raghabendra Kc
Natalie McIntosh
Raghabendra Kc
Laney Jones
Amanda Drum
Drew Doty
Navreet Dhaliwal
Natalie McIntosh
Raghabendra Kc
Natalie McIntosh
Robert Duran
Laney Jones
Robert Duram
Natalie McIntosh
Natalie McIntosh
Laney Jones
Navreet Dhaliwal
Laney Jones
Laney Jones
Amanda Drum
Amanda Drum
Natalie McIntosh
Laney Jones
Amanda Drum
Laney Jones
Robert Duran
Robert Duran
Robert Duran
Hannah Lewis
Hannah Lewis
Drew Doty
Laney Jones
Amanda Drum
Drew Doty
Raghabendra Kc
Hannah Lewis
Drew Doty
Hannah Lewis
Raghabendra Kc
Drew Doty
Hannah Lewis
Natalie McIntosh
Robert Duran
Navreet Dhaliwal
Laney Jones
Amanda Drum
Drew Doty
Hannah Lewis
Amanda Drum

Drew Doty
Drew Doty
Drew Doty
Hannah Lewis
Natalie McIntosh
Robert Duran
Navreet Dhaliwal
Laney Jones
Amanda Drum
Robert Duran
Drew Doty
Laney Jones
Navreet Dhaliwal
Navreet Dhaliwal
Amanda Drum
Navreet Dhaliwal


LEAD Team Liaison
Raghabendra Kc
Raghabendra Kc
Robert Duran
Navreet Dhaliwal
Robert Duran
Hannah Lewis
Drew Doty
Navreet Dhaliwal
Hannah Lewis
Robert Duran
Hannah Lewis
Name of Organization
85 Broads
All Campus Events
American Indian Student Organization
American Medical Student Association
Asian American Student Association
Association of Fundraising Professionals - Rollins Chapter
Beach Brigade
Biology Interest Group
Black Student Union
Caribbean Student Association
Desi
EcoRollins
Filipino Student Association
Film Appreciation Organization
Gaming and Multimedia Enthusiasts
Hamilton Holt Student Government Association
Hillel@Rollins
Interfaith Community Club
International Student Organization
InterVarsity Christian Fellowship
Invisible Children United
Join Us in Making Progress
KA-BLAM! The Rollins College Comic Book Club
Kappa Delta Pi
Kappa Delta
Latin American Student Association
Making Lives Better
Middle Eastern Cultures and Cuisine Association
Muslim Student Association
National Society of Collegiate Scholars
Off Campus Student Association
Order of Omega
Phi Beta Lambda-Future Business Leaders of America
Pinehurst Organization
Psi Chi
Residential Hall Association
Rollins Anime Club for Enthusiasts
Rollins Archaeology Students Association
Rollins College Dancers
Rollins College Democrats
Rollins College Florida Chapter of the American Society of Microbiology
Rollins College Mock Trial
Rollins College Poetry Club
Rollins Dance Team
Rollins Improv Players
Rollins Microfinance Fund
Rollins Model United Nations
Rollins Outdoor Club
Rollins Players
Rollins Relief
Rollins Rock Climbing Club
Rollins Soccer Club
Rollins Television
Rollins Ultimate
Rotaract Club
Sigma Alpha Iota
Sigma Tau Delta
Society for a Just Peace in Palestine
Society of Physics Students
Spectrum
Student Education Association
Student Government Association
Student Labor Action Project
Student News Bureau
Students Working to Increase Marine Sustainability
The Anthroscape
The Cookie Club
The Creatives
The Ink and Paint
The Multi-Ethnic Student Society
The Sandspur
Theta Alpha Phi
Toastmasters International
Voices for Women
Women's MBA Association
WPRK 91.5
WTF Rollins- We Tackle the Future at Rollins
Type of Organization                      Statement of Purpose
Professional (association)                85 Broads is an international women's professional networking organization mad
Media                                     ACE: All Campus Events is a student-run programming board which consists of a g
                                          To promote new knowledge about American Indian history and culture, be active
Health Related                            AMSA is strongly committed to strengthening the pre-med community at Rollins
Cultural Diversity                        To provide an organization which highlights and celebrates the interests of the A
                                          The Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) is the professional association
Recreational                              To provide an opportunity for students without personal transportation to enjoy
Academic/Department                       The Rollins College Biology Interest Group are to promote awareness of biology a
Cultural Diversity                        The purpose of the Black Student Union is to provide support for the African-Am
Residential-Special Intrest               Caribbean Association is designed to embrace all Caribbean cultures and nationa
Cultural Diversity                        Desi is an organization on campus that celebrates the South Asian cultures (India
Service                                   Eco-Rollins advocates environmental citizenship and awareness of our affect on t
                                          FSA is dedicated to educate and promote the Filipino culture in the Rollins Colleg
                                          The Film Appreciation Organization is devoted to the further understanding and
                                          To create a fun and engaging environment for the Rollins community through suc
Governing/Advising                        The HHSGA is a student governance organization that serves as the voice for both
Religious/Spiritual                       Our mission is to promote an understanding of Jewish life and culture at Rollins C
Religious/Spiritual                       The purpose of the Interfaith Community Club is to provide activities and events
Cultural Diversity                        Rollins College hosts 150+ international students and scholars from over 50 diffe
Religious/Spiritual                       In response to God's love, grace and truth: the purpose of InterVarsity Christian F
Media                                     We use the power of media to inspire young people to help end the longest runn
Service                                   Join us in our adventure…make progress by connecting and engaging in events, p
Arts (Music, Dance, Theater, Film ect.)   KA-BLAM! is committed to spreading the love of comic books and related pop cu
Honorary/Honor Society                    To promote academic integrity and pride.
Social (Fraternities/Sororities/etc.)     The purpose of Kappa Delta Sorority is to promote true friendship among the col
Cultural Diversity                        The purpose of LASA is to celebrate Latin American culture while having fun and
Service                                   To promote integrity among the members and willingness to learn from one ano
                                          Our purpose is to enable people interested in or connected to the Middle East or
Religious/Spiritual                       Provide support and community for Muslim students, and at the same time, edu
Honorary/Honor Society                    The pursuit of knowledge to extinguish ignorance with scholarship, service and le
                                          The OCSA is a home away from home for off-campus students at Rollins. We pro
Honorary/Honor Society                    To recognize those fraternity men and women who have attained a high standar
Professional (association)                The organization is designed to provide students with the knowledge of business
                                          The Pinehurst Organization is a dynamic ensemble of individuals dedicated to the
Honorary/Honor Society                    Psi Chi is an international honor society whose purpose shall be to encourage, sti
Residential-Special Intrest               Our mission is to serve as the students’ voice in the residence halls. We play an a
Social (Fraternities/Sororities/etc.)     To expand global awareness of Japanese culture through its native media of anim
Academic/Department                       To bring together all students interested in archaeology.
Athletic/Club Sports                      The purpose of Rollins Dancers is to give all students an equal opportunity to exp
Political                                 Rollins College Democrats is a group established to inform students about politic
Health Related                            The purpose of our organization will be; 1) To promote student interests while up
Professional (association)                To engage students who share an interest in law, or law debate in a hands-on, co
Arts (Music, Dance, Theater, Film ect.)   The Rollins College Poetry Club (RCPC) is a weekly meeting place for students of a
Other: Please Indicate Above              To provide school spirit through dance and entertainment.
Arts (Music, Dance, Theater, Film ect.)   To create improvisational theatre that expresses challenging and provocative sub
Service                                   The Rollins Microfinance Fund financially supports small-scale entrepreneurship
                                          It is the mission of the Rollins Model United Nations (RMUN) to study global citiz
Residential-Special Intrest               The Rollins Outdoor Club seeks to instill a sense of environmental awareness thro
Academic/Department                       The Rollins Players is an undergraduate theatre organization. It is the primary pro
Service                                   Rollins Relief is a student-run group dedicated to helping members of the Rollins
Athletic/Club Sports                      The Rollins Climbing Club advocates physical fitness, exploring ones potential, an
Athletic/Club Sports                      To add an opportunity for students to exercise in an organized non-destructive m
Media                                     As a student run organization, RTV is committed to providing media excellence th
Athletic/Club Sports                      Our mission is to promote the physical, mental, and social well-being of our fello
Service                                   Rotaract Club at Rollins College is part of a global effort to bring peace and intern
Arts (Music, Dance, Theater, Film ect.)   The mission of Sigma Alpha Iota International Music Fraternity is to encourage, n
Honorary/Honor Society                    Sigma Tau Delta is the international English honor society. The organization strive
International                             To educate the campus about an issue especially important in the world today, p
                                          The Society of Physics Students is a professional association explicitly designed fo
                                          The purpose of Spectrum is to foster an active and diverse culture at Rollins Colle
Academic/Department                       The mission of the Student Education Association (SEA) is to create an open oppo
Governing/Advising                        To provide a sound democratic student government as a participant in the decisio
Cultural Diversity                        The Student Labor Action Project (SLAP) is a joint initiative of Jobs with Justice an
Media                                     To learn more about public relations & communications. To develop writing skills
                                          S.W.I.M.S. was created for those who hope to see sustainable seafood options be
Academic/Department                       The need: Our campus has many students who have an interest in anthropology
Recreational                              To indulge in different types of cookies while being social and meeting new frien
                                          The main purpose of the Rollins Art and Design is to promote art in the Rollins ca
Media                                     The Ink and Paint is a student run newspaper that reports on pop culture news. W
Cultural Diversity                        Mission: To provide a safe place for people identifying with different and multip
Media                                     The Sandspur of Rollins College was founded in 1894, making it the oldest college
Honorary/Honor Society                    To promote the honor of art, and scholarship through our dedication to theatre.
                                          Toastmasters International (TI) is a nonprofit educational organization that opera
Cultural Diversity                        Founded in the 1990s and recently reactivated, Voices for Women (V4W) is a stu
                                          The goal of the WMBAA is to create a community at Crummer dedicated to addr
Media                                     WPRK 91.5 FM stands as a unique student organization as it’s fully functional yea
                                          WTF Rollins is a student-run non-partisan political activism organization, which w
 nal networking organization made up of more than 25,000 trailblazing women who are inspired, empowered, and connected. Its purpose
mming board which consists of a group of motivated individuals dedicated to organizing and delivering a variety of fun, safe, and exciting s
 ian history and culture, be active in the American Indian and Rollins community, teach traditions of American Indians to provide awarene
 e pre-med community at Rollins College, inspiring students to be active citizens, and preparing them to successfully pursue a career in me
 celebrates the interests of the Asian cultures as well as provide a place for those who have interests in Asian-related activities.
 P) is the professional association of individuals and organizations that generate philanthropic support for a wide variety of charitable instit
 personal transportation to enjoy an aspect of Florida culture that they would otherwise not experience or experience as thoroughly.
  promote awareness of biology and the sciences' influences in all aspects of society, and to promote the awareness of environmental issu
  vide support for the African-American community, as well as education and raising cultural awareness for the larger Rollins community as
   Caribbean cultures and nationalities throught educating and communicating with the Rollins community in order to promote acceptance
 s the South Asian cultures (India, Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh etc.). Our mission is to educate the Rollins campus about these cultures an
 and awareness of our affect on the environment to the campus community.
 pino culture in the Rollins College community.
o the further understanding and appreciation of films, both known and unknown, with the knowledge that the viewing and discussing of s
  e Rollins community through such activities as board games, video games, music and concerts. We plan to hold events that help bring to
   that serves as the voice for both undergraduate and graduate students of the Holt School. The organization works closely with the admi
 ewish life and culture at Rollins College through social events, religious observances, and guest speakers. Hillel is an international organiz
  to provide activities and events for those interested in perpetuating a club that embraces the difference between religions. The club is a
   and scholars from over 50 different countries. A number of students, faculty, and staff are also citizens of various countries. The Internat
 urpose of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship/USA is to establish and advance at colleges and universities witnessing communities of studen
ople to help end the longest running war in Africa. Our model has proven effective, and hundreds of thousands of people have been called
necting and engaging in events, programs, and initiatives that make a difference in communities across Central Florida. J.U.M.P.! (Join Us i
  comic books and related pop culture to the community around us.

 te true friendship among the college girls of our country by inculcating into their hearts and lives those principles of truth, of honor, of du
 an culture while having fun and to make a difference in our community.
willingness to learn from one another as much as we learn from our service projects, respect to the goals and the vision of making lives be
 connected to the Middle East or North Africa to educate themselves about the many cultural aspects of the Arab world in a fun and enga
 ents, and at the same time, educates the Rollins community about Islamic culture, art, history, and practices.
 e with scholarship, service and leadership.
mpus students at Rollins. We provide the Off Campus Lounge as a place for off campus students to come together and meet new friends. W
 ho have attained a high standard of leadership in interfraternity activities, to encourage them to continue along this line, and to inspire o
  with the knowledge of business functions with the opportunity to showcase their talents. Members compete in challenges, both locally a
 le of individuals dedicated to the fulfillment of encouraging tolerance, respect, and development of the creative individual and of a divers
 urpose shall be to encourage, stimulate, and maintain excellence in scholarship of the individual members in all fields, particularly in psyc
 he residence halls. We play an active role in our campus community by planning events and representing Rollins College at state, regiona
 through its native media of anime.

 ents an equal opportunity to express themselves through the art of dance and to connect the students with all types of dance in the local
  to inform students about political issues at the local, state, and national levels. Also, the group serves as a way for students to get involve
 omote student interests while upholding the Rollins College mission statement to educate graduates for global citizenship and responsibl
 , or law debate in a hands-on, competitive, moot court experience.
 y meeting place for students of all interests to meet, relax, write creatively and receive constructive feedback, while learning about the lit

  challenging and provocative subject matter; to represent the dramatic and comedic aspects of student life and beyond; to dare ourselve
 ts small-scale entrepreneurship in order to alleviate poverty, foster human development, and empower individuals in the developing wor
 ons (RMUN) to study global citizenship and diplomacy, and to bring back to the Rollins Community the knowledge we gain on a smaller an
of environmental awareness through outdoor education, outdoor recreation and environmental conservation. Additionally ROC helps to
organization. It is the primary producer of the second stage series -- a season of shows that are acted, directed and designed by students.
   helping members of the Rollins community get involved in immersion-based disaster relief efforts on a local, national, and international
 ess, exploring ones potential, and building self-esteem through the sport of rock climbing. Rollins students will be able to achieve new hei
n an organized non-destructive manner.
  to providing media excellence through quality, student run broadcasting. It is the essence of RTV to innovate and develop the creative pr
and social well-being of our fellow students, and their competitive spirit, by engaging in friendly games of Ultimate multiple times a week.
 l effort to bring peace and international understanding to the world. The purpose of Rollins Rotaract is to provide an opportunity for youn
usic Fraternity is to encourage, nuture and support the art of music.
or society. The organization strives to recognize and reward superior achievement by undergraduate, graduate, and professional scholars
   important in the world today, promoting awareness and knowledge of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict at Rollins, offering a space for discu
 association explicitly designed for anyone interested in physics. SPS aims to transform its members into contributing members of the pro
nd diverse culture at Rollins College. Spectrum provides opportunities for students to build friendships and encourages open-mindedness
n (SEA) is to create an open opportunity for members of the Rollins College community to engage socially, professionally, and experientia
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 ent as a participant in the decision makingprocess of college life;
 To represent student opinion to the Trustees, Administrators, Alumni, F
t initiative of Jobs with Justice and the United States Student Association that engages student organizations in economic justice campaign
  cations. To develop writing skills. To tell the Rollins story
 e sustainable seafood options being served in their communities. We seek to educate and advise concerning sustainable seafood and sup
  ave an interest in anthropology and we wish to include knowledge from other disciplines to talk about issues within the field. Mission: To
 ng social and meeting new friends.
s to promote art in the Rollins campus by participating in community activities.
at reports on pop culture news. We are here to spread the word and report on the most important and fascinating events that happen in t
 tifying with different and multiple backgrounds and foster understanding & provide support for individuals of mixed heritage.
1894, making it the oldest college newspaper in Florida. The Sandspur is published weekly on Fridays and maintains a circulation of 2,000.
  ough our dedication to theatre.
ucational organization that operates clubs worldwide for the purpose of helping members improve their communication, public speaking
Voices for Women (V4W) is a student-led organization dedicated to promoting equality among all people with an emphasis on gender equ
 y at Crummer dedicated to addressing the issues individuals, especially women, face when entering the business world.
 ization as it’s fully functional year-round, twenty-four hours a day, providing diverse non-commercial programming to Rollins College and
al activism organization, which was created in fall 2008 during the height of the presidential election.
 ered, and connected. Its purpose on Rollins campus is to connect students with the powerful tool of networking
 variety of fun, safe, and exciting social events in order to unite the student body and form a sense of c
erican Indians to provide awareness to Rollins and modern communities, and incorporate American Indians' way
successfully pursue a career in medicine.
Asian-related activities.
r a wide variety of charitable institutions.
or experience as thoroughly.
  awareness of environmental issues facing our world
or the larger Rollins community as a whole.
 y in order to promote acceptance and understanding.
 s campus about these cultures and show off the beauty of them


 at the viewing and discussing of such films will teach us more about ourselves and world in which we live.
n to hold events that help bring together the Rollins community.
 ation works closely with the administration, faculty, and other student organizations to develop the great
 . Hillel is an international organization that provides opportunities for Jewish students.
e between religions. The club is a place to learn about other religions, while still embracing the rel
 of various countries. The International Student Organization hosts activities that celebrate multic
witnessing communities of students and faculty who follow Jesus as Savior and Lord: growing in love f
usands of people have been called to action through our films and the volunteers that tour them.
 entral Florida. J.U.M.P.! (Join Us in Making Progress) provides Rol


principles of truth, of honor, of duty, without which there can be no true friendship.

 and the vision of making lives better and to respect to the people we are helping, to each other, to ourse
 the Arab world in a fun and engaging way.


 together and meet new friends. We help off-campus students become involved at Rollins.
ue along this line, and to inspire others to strive for similar conspicuous
mpete in challenges, both locally and nationally.
 creative individual and of a diversified community.
ers in all fields, particularly in psychology, and to advance the science of psychology.
ng Rollins College at state, regional, and national conferences. We represent resident issues directly


with all types of dance in the local community.
s a way for students to get involved in Democratic campaigns.
r global citizenship and responsible leadership.2) To further the education of Rollins College students a

dback, while learning about the literary elements of poetry.

 life and beyond; to dare ourselves and our audiences to grow, think and act.
  individuals in the developing world. As global citizens, we believe in the potential of all peoples and s
 nowledge we gain on a smaller and practical scale. We hope to better lead students into the future.
vation. Additionally ROC helps to foster the unique bonds of friendship and leadership skills forged throug
rected and designed by students. The organization strives for unity among students in the Department
 local, national, and international scale. This organization focuses on both providing service hours to
nts will be able to achieve new heights and learn about their personal abilities!

ovate and develop the creative process, empowering global citizenship and responsible leadership.
of Ultimate multiple times a week. These events strengthen the relationships of the students who par
 o provide an opportunity for young men and women to enhance the knowledge and skills that will ass

aduate, and professional scholars in the area of English language and literature and promote interest in
  Rollins, offering a space for discussion of the topic, and supporting the pursuit of peace.
 contributing members of the professional physics community.
nd encourages open-mindedness and diversity within the community.
ly, professionally, and experientially within the context of education.
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Trustees, Administrators, Alumni, Faculty, and Staff;
 To promote the welfare of the student community
 ions in economic justice campaigns.

rning sustainable seafood and support the local businesses using environmentally friendly food choices.
ssues within the field. Mission: To bring together all students pursuing, interested in or simply perplexed


 ascinating events that happen in the pop culture worlds of; Comic books, Films, Movies, Gaming, and Manga.
 als of mixed heritage.
d maintains a circulation of 2,000.

 communication, public speaking and leadership skills.
e with an emphasis on gender equality and women's empowerment.
business world.
ogramming to Rollins College and surrounding communities. It provides a one-of-a-kind learning environment

				
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