Rollins-Teer Day

As part of Rollins’ commitment to community engaged learning, every Rollins student participates in a morning of service around metro Atlanta at fall orientation during “Rollins-Teer Day.”

The Rollins School of Public Health hosts Rollins-Teers day at the beginning of each fall to encourage public service in the community.

 This designated volunteer day gives students the chance to work with local charities and to take an active approach to public health from day one. Designated as a President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll winner on multiple occasions, Rollins-Teer Day brings together more than 500 students, staff, and faculty to more than 25 charities and organizations in the community each year.

Rollins-Teers do activities like:

  • Prepare meals for people living with HIV/AIDS
  • Repair senior citizens' homes
  • Prepare boxes of medical supplies
  • Clean streams and parks

To view photos from past Rollins-Teer Days please click here.


For more information or to get involved with ongoing Rollins-Teer activities please contact:

Brittney Romanson, Rollins-Teer coordinator, Brittney.Romanson@emory.edu