Rollins College is opening this fall and has plans for restarting on-campus classes. The Rollins campus had closed down earlier this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Safety Measures and Restrictions
In a recent news release, Rollins College officials stated that students should expect some changes upon returning to campus. Students who opt for virtual learning can receive a reduced tuition fee.
Students who opt for on-campus classes will see smaller class sizes and assigned seating with six feet between seats. Students will also need to wear masks during class, which will be provided in a “wellness kit” from the college.
Due to the travel restrictions, international students will not be able to return to Rollins for the fall semester and should reach out to the Office of International Student and Scholar Services to request virtual learning and obtain advice on the process for maintaining or regaining their immigration status no later than Aug. 15.
About Rollins College
Rollins College is a private liberal arts college in Winter Park, Florida. It was founded in 1885 and has about 30 undergraduate majors and several graduate programs.
To see the full plan for the fall semester from Rollins College, click here.