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Cloverleaf Society

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Photo of Cloverleaf Cottage circa 1908The Cloverleaf Society was established in 1990 to recognize and thank alumni, family, and friends who have made a bequest or planned gift to Rollins. By becoming a member you join the company of many who have helped provide for generations of students and scholars to come. Bequests and other planned gifts have a profound and lasting impact on scholarship, teaching, and service at Rollins and are a continuing source of strength and support for the College. Members of the Cloverleaf Society have endowed faculty chairs and scholarships, helped sustain innovative programs, made possible a variety of academic initiatives, and transformed the architecture on campus. As a member you will be invited to special events on campus and receive periodic updates from the College. You will also receive updated information on estate planning and tax-law changes that may affect you and your family.

Have you already made a legacy gift? Please let us know on the Statement of Legacy Gift form.

Photo of Robon Ogillvie

 

Robin M. Ogilvie ’52 is a member of the Cloverleaf Society. The Cloverleaf Society took its name from Cloverleaf Cottage, one of the oldest original buildings on the Rollins College campus. The 79-room dormitory was constructed in 1892. After three-quarters of a century the cottage was torn down in 1969. Robin was a resident of the Cloverleaf Cottage during her time at Rollins. Cloverleaf Cottage is remembered fondly by generations of Rollins Alumni.

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