The Hamilton Holt School conducts all student registrations online using FoxLink. Registration is restricted to students in good academic and financial standing who have attended at least one of the previous three semesters. Students who do not have access to the internet from home or work may use the computing labs, located in the Olin Library, during normal hours of operation. There is also a student computing station located in the Holt School office.
The Student Help Desk (407-628-6363) is available during regular office hours should students encounter technical problems. Students should follow the procedures described below to report error messages received while attempting online registration.
|Getting Started||Enter Registrations||Payment Submission|
|Log In||Complete Registrations||Wait list|
|Select Term||Logging Out||Elective Options
Select Courses from the Schedule of Courses and write down the CRN (5-digit number).
- Students will be prohibited from registering for more than the specified limit without prior approval. Graduate students should contact the appropriate coordinator for instructions.
- Absolutely no scheduling overlaps in meeting times or dates are permitted. This is non-negotiable.
- You may not register by web for courses offered in other Rollins Programs. Refer to the Graduate Studies catalog for policies and procedures.
- You will be prohibited from participating in online registration if you have an outstanding debt to the institution. Contact the College Bursar’s Office at 407-646-2252.
- Students are forewarned to review prerequisite requirements reflected in the Schedule of Courses and in the course descriptions.
- The starting and ending dates of courses are not reliable in FoxLink schedule views. This is because intensive courses are built into parts of term for refund and grading purposes. These parts of term dates are not to be confused with the actual course meeting dates that are reflected in the online Schedule of Courses.
- From the Rollins Web home page, select FoxLink from the drop-down box under "Campus Logins."
- Enter Username (your FoxID) and Password (PIN).
- Click on Holt Student tab at top of form.
- The screen will then divide into three sections. Look at the middle section titled Course Registration; then select Hamilton Holt Check-in link and follow the instructions. When the Check-in form is complete, you will receive a registration time period on the screen and by email.
NOTE: All Hamilton Holt School students must now complete Check-in prior to registration.
- Once Check-in is complete, select the Holt Student tab again, then the Registration link.
- Select the appropriate term link from the drop-down menu. (Example: Fall 2013 A&S/CPS/Holt.)
- Click on the Submit Term button.
- Click on Add/drop Classes link.
- Using the scroll bar to the right of the screen, scroll to the Add Class form at the bottom of the page. Enter the CRNs (the five digit number for each course) of your course selections and click on the Submit Changes button.
- A schedule will automatically come up indicating that you have either successfully registered for your courses or that registration errors/holds prohibit registration. (If you receive error messages, refer to Section I of these instructions.)
Note: The Holt School uses a wait-list system. If a course is filled, you are not automatically wait-listed. You must select Wait-List from the drop-down menu and submit again. Your selection will be shown again confirming that you are wait-listed. For more information, see Process to be Wait-Listed for a course.
- Clicking on the Reset button at the bottom will clear any changes you may have made as long as you have not already clicked on the Submit Changes button. You may also use the drop-down box in the action column to delete courses you may have entered in error.
- Once you have completed the registration process, scroll down to the bottom of the page and select the Registration Fee Assessment link. You will be shown the amount of tuition due. This amount does not consider any financial aid award.
Select the Registration Fee Assessment link located either at the bottom of the registration page or from the Registration menu. Review the charges to your student account to ensure accuracy. This is a required step to finalize your electronic registration. This amount does not consider any financial aid award.
Once registration is complete, be certain to click on the Logout icon located in the top left corner of the screen. If you do not log out, anyone who uses the computer after you could view and/or access sensitive information in your records
Tuition rates vary for each graduate program. Follow this link for current tuition rates.
Full tuition payment for all students is due by 5:00 p.m. on the deadline stated in the Schedule of Classes. No exceptions will be considered or negotiated. We recommend that you not mail your payment since there is no guarantee that it will reach us prior to the payment deadline.
Students are held personally and financially responsible for the course enrollments, tuition, and fees they initiate through the registration process. We expect full and timely payment for all registrations. Students who cannot pay full tuition through one or a combination of acceptable methods of payment on or before the deadline must withdraw in writing prior to the deadline in order to avoid additional financial penalties. Late payment penalties include an initial fee of $75, and $75 per month until the end of the term or the balance is paid in full. This will be applied to all payments received after the deadline.
The Holt School does not automatically withdraw students for unpaid balances, but reserves the right to do so if such students are registered for courses that have waiting lists. In this case, the student will be withdrawn after the payment deadline, notified of the withdrawal in writing, and receive a full relevant tuition credit. Late payment fees will remain on the student account to cover incurred administrative time and costs.
- Holt School Payment Plan: The Holt School now offers a convenient, low cost payment plan for students.
- Payment by Cash/Check/Credit Card: The Holt School will not release account or payment information over the telephone. Authorized payers may access FoxLink through the Rollins Home Page at www.rollins.edu. Select FoxLink from the drop-down box options under Campus Logins.
- Log into FoxLink, select the Holt Student tab, then select Holt Bill and Payment Options from the second column.
- Select User Preferences to update e-mail addresses and notification preferences. A secondary e-mail address can be entered for notification when monthly statements are available. Under this option, you may also choose to receive an e-mail confirmation or notification when an authorized payer makes a payment.
- Select Payment Profiles to enter credit card and banking information for electronic check payments. These profiles will be stored so that you will not need to enter this information each time you make a payment.
- Select Authorized Payers to create an account for parents, grandparents, or anyone who will be responsible for paying on your account. You will need to communicate user Login Name and Password to the individual in order for that person to access your account online through the Authorized Payers link. The Authorized Payers link will be available at www.Rollins.edu.
- Select View Accounts to review your monthly statement. You will be able to obtain this statement in printable format by clicking on the PDF option at the top left corner of the statement. You will also be able to view past statements via this option.
- Select Make Payment to submit an online payment to your account.
- Select Payment History to review payments made to your account via the online payment site.
- Select Contact Us in the top right-hand corner or call 407-646-2252 (Bursar's Office) if you need assistance.
- Log off is located in the top right-hand corner. Your FoxLink session will remain active while you are in the QuikPay site and will reappear on your screen when you log off QuikPay.
- Payment by Financial Aid: Financial aid recipients who have received the Rollins award letters may defer all or part of their payment (depending on the award) until the aid becomes available. Deferment of tuition for financial aid applicants is an extension of the payment due date. It is NOT a guarantee of eligibility for financial aid. Students are ultimately responsible for the full cost of tuition and fees. The amount of financial aid that is reflected on the student account on the date of registration is what the Holt School will consider when reviewing payments. Students have the responsibility to determine and pay any remaining balance prior to the payment deadline in order to avoid additional late payment fees. Students who anticipate financial aid and subsequently learn that aid has been reduced, denied, or withdrawn must either pay the full tuition balance or complete a written request to be withdrawn without financial penalty by the end of the first week of classes in order to avoid being held financially responsible for their classes and late payment fees. The Holt School is not involved or aware of decisions regarding the status of student aid and does not automatically withdraw. The student has responsibility for this. There is important Information About Making Schedule Changes for Florida Bright Futures Recipients.
- Payment by Corporate Sponsors: Some employers have a billing agreement with the Rollins College Office of the Bursar. Students attending under one of these agreements must have a signed, authorized form on file in the Bursar’s Office at the time of registration in order to defer tuition payment. If the original form is not on record at the time of registration, the student may register by paying 25% of tuition due plus fees.
- Tuition Discounts: Alumni with Bachelor's or Master's Degrees, and current adjunct faculty in academic programs are eligible for a 20% tuition discount on undergraduate course tuition. Alumni with a MA in Counseling from Rollins College are also eligible for a 20% tuition discount on graduate counseling course tuition. Proof of employment or graduation may be required in some instances.
Should you receive a message that a course is closed, you may add your name to the waiting list by clicking on the drop-down box in the Action column and selecting Wait-Listed. Be certain to save this action by hitting the Submit button. You will be notified if a space becomes available in the course. Graduate and undergraduate programs in the Holt School administratively maintain separate waiting lists through the first week of classes. Instructor overrides are not accepted, so please do not contact the professor. Students are prohibited from attending courses without official registration.
Please note that even though you are not officially registered for wait-listed courses, they will appear on all FoxLink schedule viewing forms. Most forms reflect a status of WL (wait-listed) instead of RE (registered). The WL status is not reflected on the schedule option viewed by day and time. Please note the inclusion of wait-listed courses when using this schedule view option.
A non-matriculated student who holds a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited college or university may enroll, as space permits, in intensive elective courses offered during the spring and summer terms (1.5 semester hours each).
To be admitted, students must complete the application form and pay the nonrefundable application fee. Students must submit an official transcript of the baccalaureate degree prior to completing the course. Normally, nonmatriculated students who wish to take a second course must earn a grade of "B" or better in the first course. Unless an exception is granted, nonmatriculated students may enroll in no more than three intensive elective courses.
Courses taken for credit by a nonmatriculated student may be counted toward the MPCU degree if the student is later admitted to degree-seeking status.
Each term, as space permits, undergraduates of Rollins College who have advanced to senior standing and achieved a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 or better may enroll in up to three intensive elective courses in the program, as long as they maintain a GPA of "B" or better in the courses. Interested students should contact their undergraduate program adviser.
MPCU courses taken by undergraduate students to fulfill requirements for a baccalaureate degree cannot be counted toward the Master of Planning in Civic Urbanism.
Undergraduate students in the Hamilton Holt School must pay graduate tuition and fees when they enroll in MPCU courses.
Rollins College reserves the right to change or cancel course offerings, as necessary. A reasonable effort will be made to inform students of such changes. Students are advised to routinely check the schedule web site and Rollins e-mail for updates. There will be no financial penalty to students enrolled in courses that are canceled.
These condensed instructions are not intended to be an exhaustive representation of institutional or program policies and procedures. Additional information is contained in the current Rollins College Hamilton Holt School catalogs. Catalogs are available on the Holt School website.