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​​This webpage provides a repository for College policies and statements of principle, and demonstrates Rollins’ compliance regional accreditation requirements.

​Statements of Principle

Emergency Temporary Policies: COVID-19

The following temporary policies were enacted for spring term 2020 in response to the COVID-19 crisis.

Non-Ac​​ademic / Administrative Policies

    Key Institutional Policies 

    Student Affairs Policies

    Human Resources Policies​

    Business and Finance Policies

College Catalogs

Faculty Handbook / Bylaws

S​ACSCOC Accreditation Resources

Links to Other 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 at

Institutional Advancement Policies are published electronically at

Office of Marketing and Communications Policies are published at

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.

Academic Policies impacting curricular and faculty matters are published electronically in the College of Liberal Arts (CLA) Catalog, Holt School Undergraduate and Graduate Catalogs, Crummer Student Handbooks, and/or the Faculty Handbook.

Faculty Policies can be found at (items listed below). 
  • All College Faculty Bylaws
  • College of Liberal Arts Bylaws
  • Crummer Graduate School Bylaws 

The Faculty Handbook can be found at


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