Community Engaged Learning

Community engaged learning is an integral part of the Rollins experience and is a vital part of a well-rounded public health education. Through community engagement, students get the chance to put public health to practice while positively affecting the community.

Students engage with the community through courses, volunteer work, faculty relationships, global field experiences, their thesis or capstone, special projects, certificates, the practicum program, REAL opportunities, the Clarkston-Rollins Connection, and student organizations.

Organizational Partners

Successful community learning experiences are largely dependent on the commitment of our organizational partners. These experiences are essential for programs at Rollins that help shape a thoughtful class of global health leaders.