Skip Navigation LinksPolicies and Principles

This page has been designed both as a repository for College policies and statements of principle, and to show Rollins’ compliance with the requirements of its regional accreditation.

Statements of Principle

KI 1001 College Integrity and Accuracy in Representation
KI 1006 Community and Public Service Philosophy
KI 1015 Diversity and Inclusion Philosophy and Principles

Non-Academic / Administrative Policies

Key Institutional Policies 

Student Affairs

Human Resources Policies

Business and Finance Policies

Other links to institutional policies:

Admission and Financial Aid Policies are available electronically on the following websites:

 Athletic Policies are published electronically on the department's NCAA Compliance website:

Business and Finance Policies may be found in electronic format on the appropriate unit websites.

Human Resources/Risk Management Policies are published electronically on the Human Resources website:

Institutional Advancement Policies are published electronically on the following website:

Office of Marketing and Communications Policies are published on the following website:

Student Affairs Policies are published electronically in the Code of Community Standards (CLA student handbook), Holt School student handbooks, Crummer School student handbooks, and/or the Faculty Handbook on the following websites: 

Crummer Student Handbooks:

Other Student Affairs policies on the Rollins College Policy website: 
Academic PoliciesPolicies impacting curricular and faculty matters are published electronically in the College of Liberal Arts Catalogue (CLA), Holt School Undergraduate Catalog, the Graduate Catalogs, and/or the Faculty Handbook.

College Catalogs:

Faculty Policies can be found on the following website (items listed below): 

The Faculty Handbook can be found on the following website: 


Note: This page is maintained by Rollins College Office of Institutional Research. Please call 407-646-2573 or email if you have any questions.