Hollins University opened in 1842 as a coeducational school, and six years later became a women's college.
About Hollins University
Hollins University aims at honing the skills needed for their students to become the leaders of tomorrow. Their campus sits on 475 acres of land, and their Wyndham Robertson Library was designated Virginia’s first National Literary Landmark. Independent learning is an integral part of their curriculum at Hollins University and leads their students to continue striving for new and creative solutions to world issues.