17, 2004 the ISFSP fulfilled an invitation and visited the Rollins
College Program in Jewish Studies to discuss Sephardic Jewry
with undergraduate students. In a class taught by Dr. Yehudit
Greenberg, of the Philosophy and Religion Department, students
learned about the expulsion from Spain and were briefed on the
Anusim, these were Jews who were forced to convert to
Christianity but practiced Judaism in secret. Topics involving
the various cultures and sub-divisions within Judaism were also
in 1885 by New England Congregationalists who sought to bring
their style of liberal arts education to the Florida frontier,
Rollins is the oldest recognized college in the state of Florida.
Today more than 1,700 undergraduate students enjoy small classes,
personal interaction with an outstanding faculty, and a lush,
70-acre campus. This Spanish Mediterranean styled campus is
consistently ranked as one of America's best colleges
in the U.S. News & World Report.