Rollins Hall is Mediterranean in architecture and is distinguished by its columns and arches and its brownish tan stucco. It is seventy-two feet long and forty- two feet wide and has ample space for recreation, reading and entertainment besides its sleeping quarters. The first floor consists of a large living room, a music room, a dining room, a proctors room, a guest room and a sun porch. Two broad stairs lead to the upper floor which consists chiefly of the sleeping porches and study rooms connecting them with the hallways. The building is three stories in about a third of its size and the rest is two.