The Student-Faculty Collaborative Scholarship Program at Rollins offers undergraduate students the opportunity to participate in high-level research and scholarship typically only available at the graduate-school level. The program provides funding for eight weeks of summer work for student and faculty participants to pursue research and scholarship as partners. Students and faculty often continue their work for far longer than the eight-week summer research period, continuing to write papers about their findings and present at conferences throughout the year. The anticipated outcome of every project is a co-authored peer-reviewed publication, or the equivalent.


Browse the Student-Faculty Collaborative Research Collections:

Student-Faculty Collaborative Research Annual Reports

Student-Faculty Collaborative Research Publications