In its 2015 College Guide and Rankings, Washington Monthly cites Hollins for recruiting and graduating low-income students, producing cutting-edge style scholarship, and encouraging students to give something back to the country.
Sally Mann ’74, M.A. ’75 and Distinguished Visiting Professor of Creative Writing Karen E. Bender have been named to National Book Award Longlists.
Hollins University is one of the top liberal arts colleges and universities in the country, according to the publication, 2016 U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges.
Kayla Deur ’16 has been honored by The School for Field Studies for her important contributions in environmental research.
Hollins Lacrosse is an IWLCA Division III Academic Honor Squad for the 2015 season.
The Princeton Review has named Hollins University one of the nation’s best institutions for undergraduate education, and ranked Hollins Theatre as the 19th best college theatre program in the country.
Pavithra Suresh ’16 has been awarded a Saudi Arabia Exchange Fellowship/Malone Fellowship by the National Council on U.S. – Arab Relations.
Jon Guy Owens, director of the Hollins Outdoor Program, has been elected to the Board of Directors for Coastal Canoeists, Virginia’s largest canoeing and kayaking club.
Hollins University Professor of Political Science Ed Lynch has been named an Oman Alwaleed Fellow for 2015-16 by the National Council on U.S. – Arab Relations (NCUSAR).
The Perry F. Kendig Arts and Culture Awards, which this year celebrates 30 years of recognizing exemplary individuals, businesses, and organizations in the Roanoke Valley that support excellence in the arts, is now welcoming nominations for its 2015 honors.