Academic Advising

We love to connect with our students. Our academic advising team is available to assist you with course selection, review of academic progress, educational goal setting, and more.

Academic advising appointments will be held by phone, email, or WebEx for the duration of the fall semester.  Daytime and evening appointments are available. To schedule your appointment, please contact your advisor. If you are on campus and have a quick question, stop by and see us on the second floor of Carnegie Hall. If you need to speak to a specific advisor, please consider calling first (407-646-2232) to confirm whether they are working remotely or on-campus.   

meet your advisor

If you're not sure who your academic advisor is, call us at 407-646-2232 or look for your advisor on your Degreeworks audit.

 

Teresa Cole
Academic Advisor
407-646-2271
tcole@rollins.edu

  • Business
  • Communication Studies
  • Economics
  • Elementary Education
  • Environmental Studies
  • Music

Debbie Tatum
Academic Advisor
407-691-1342
dtatum@rollins.edu

  • English 
  • Health Services Leadership
  • Humanities
  • International Affairs
  • Organizational Behavior
  • Psychology
  • Undeclared
  • Non-degree students

Amber Taylor
Interim Director, Student Services
407-646-1568
ataylor1@rollins.edu

  • All graduate students

holt student services office

Holt Student Services is located on the second floor of Carnegie Hall, near Student Account Services and the Office of the Registrar. Visitor parking is available in the SunTrust parking garage or in the Warren Administration Visitor lot directly across Holt Avenue.

To schedule an academic advising appointment, please call 407-646-2232.

OFFICE HOURS:

Monday - Friday: 8:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

Evening academic advising appointments are available by appointment.

Hours may vary during class breaks.

undergraduate students

All links below are for the 2019-20 catalog year. Students starting in the Fall 2019 term will be subject to the revised Holt General Education and major requirements.

Students who began classes prior to Fall 2019 should refer to their academic catalog for degree and major/minor requirements. Additional historical catalogs are available here under the "Hamilton Holt School" tab.

MAJORS

MINORS

graduate students

All links below are for the 2019-20 catalog year. Students who began classes prior to Fall 2019 should refer to their academic catalog for degree and major/minor requirements. Additional historical catalogs are available here under the "Hamilton Holt School" tab.

 DEGREE PROGRAMS

NON-DEGREE PROGRAMS

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