The beautiful campus and beautiful people.
The complete lack of a sense of community which translates into lackluster school spirit and poor general attitude towards the admin. "It's not cool to like Rollins"(Disclaimer: There are GREAT people at Rollins, just not nearly enough)
Yes, Despite being very frustrated by 1) the lack of community and 2) the initiative inhibiting bureaucracies, Rollins taught me a lot about people and what it takes to be successful... especially outside the calssroom. (Also: GREAT CONNECTIONS)
Biggest influence when choosing this school Athletics
The financial aid process went smoothly and I received the financial aid I needed.
Professors are generally Engaging
The night life is Off Campus
Every student at this school needs Fake ID (Despite strict legal recourse in FL, no partying can happen on campus)
Most students spend their Saturday nights Clubs / Off Campus
Went to Small Private School
Favorite class is Marine Biology
Favorite professor is Maurice O'sullivan
Favorite activity is Campus Golf or Campus Frisbee Golf
Another awesome thing is My professors were almost always amazing!
Study Hard? Pray? Donate Money? Make personal contact with the admissions dept (they are all phenomenal people)
I wish I knew The school had completely cracked down on on campus parties and instituted a crap load of red tape which impedes student initative and creative ideas (Good luck throwing a well attended on campus event of any kind.. except for LipSync)
Time needed to find a job post-graduation I found work before I graduated