The Hollins University education department has been accredited for a seven-year term by the Teacher Education Accreditation Council.
Katherine Nelson ’18 will present her paper, “Katniss Everdeen, Apologetic Feminism, and the Glorification of Masculinity,” at the eleventh biennial Associated Colleges of the South Gender Studies Conference, which takes place February 19-21 at Southwestern University.
The statewide collegiate Wells Fargo Ethics Bowl is coming to Hollins University for its 17th annual competition. Student teams from Hollins and Virginia’s other leading independent colleges and universities will debate a variety of case studies highlighting potential ethical dilemmas faced by citizens.
StartClass, an education research website, features Hollins University at number 10 on its list of the top 25 women’s colleges in America.
Hollins is ranked among the top 100 best values in liberal arts colleges by Kiplinger’s Personal Finance magazine.
In a December 13, 2015 story, The Roanoke Times explored in-depth how Hollins continues to thrive despite the challenges facing women’s colleges nationwide.
On Thursday, December 17, Hollins University will be the site of an Active Threat Field Training Exercise between 10 and 11:30 a.m. THIS IS ONLY A TEST.
Hollins is welcoming a new leader in the management and implementation of student recruitment with the appointment of Jason D. Hamilton as vice president of enrollment and marketing. He begins his duties in February 2016.
We are grateful to report that all eight of our students who are studying in Paris this semester are safe and accounted for following the terrorist attacks on Friday, November 13.
L.M. “Sandy” Gerald, head coach of the Hollins University riding team, has been inducted into the Roanoke Valley Horse Show Hall of Fame.