Dr. Dilian Rolins is an Assistant Professor for the Department of Counselor Education
and Rehabilitation. Dr. Rolins earned her bachelor’s degree in Anthropology from the
California State University, Long Beach, and her Master's in Counseling from the California
State University, Bakersfield. She is also a former school counselor.
Her research interests include exploring school counseling competencies, multicultural
counseling, and the impact of intersectionality on student development. Dr. Rolins is currently researching ways school counselors can support individuals and families with exceptionalities. Dr. Rolins is an active member of the American Counseling Association (ACA), the
American School Counselor Association (ASCA), and the Association for Counselor Education
& Supervision (ACES). She served in leadership roles for the Florida Career Development
Association (FCDA) and the National Holmes Scholar program.