<p>Have you visited the schools? I'm a central Floridian, and my school search took me to both campuses in addition to UCF, and there is a HUGE difference in the culture at the two schools, which everyone I have talked to who's been both places has noticed.
The best way I've heard Rollins discribed, not my words, but perfectly summed up my experience there, was "The Country Club." The campus is beautiful, and I fell in love with all the Spanish architecture, but the vibe was very posh and felt potentially clique-ish...I don't want to come across negatively, that was just how I felt. I'm going to leave it at that(unless you want me to keep going...), because I got that vibe off of just about everyone and I knew it wasn't the place for me, but I don't want to badmouth them, because it is a great school!
Stetson, honestly, I was kind of sick the day I went, and still managed to fall completely in love with the whole school-the campus is really nice(going to be honest, liked Rollins a little better from an architecture stand point, but we're not going to Uni to stare at buildings, are we?), the 'higher-ups' who did the entro presentation were down to earth, enthusiastic, and got me excited about my future, all the students I talked to were really nice and friendly(hard to explain the difference between from Rollins, just a different vibe). They had multiple classes during one session so you could get a feel for the learning environment, which I thought was a really cool idea, and I really enjoyed the one I went to; in that same vein, all of the teachers and advisers I and my mom have talked to have been really helpful and chatty. Stetson just has a really laid back, friendly vibe going on.
Stetson has wound up being my first choice school, which I was kind of surprised by, I'm legacy UCF through my Mom, and was really excited about being a Knight...but once I got into the application process, Stetson started looking really good, and at the open house, it just clicked. Definitely visit the schools if you can and haven't already, I'm not sure about Rollins, but Stetson has all kinds of campus stuff, including Shadow Days(you schedule, it's not a set day) where you get to go to classes, meet a professor from your intended major, eat in the cafeteria, etc.
Hope that helps! Good luck!</p>