Fall 2020

welcome graduate counseling students!

Congratulations on your acceptance to the Graduate Studies in Counseling program at Rollins College! We are committed to helping you make this a positive education and personal growth experience that will prepare you for what we hope will be a successful and satisfying career as a professional counselor.

Instructions on how to set up your Rollins accounts have been emailed to the address provided on your admission application. It is important that you set up these accounts as soon as possible. Your Rollins email address is the official communication method of the college. You are responsible for checking it regularly. Financial Aid and program faculty will begin communicating with you via your Rollins email address prior to the start of classes. If you need assistance with your Rollins email, Foxlink account, or other Rollins accounts, please contact the IT Helpdesk at 407-628-6363.

Please read through all sections of this website carefully in preparation for beginning classes. To access additional resources for current students, visit www.rollins.edu/counseling. We look forward to your arrival on campus this fall!


Amber Taylor
Interim Director, Student Services

new student checklist

Set yourself up for success by completing everything on this new student checklist prior to orientation.

Connect to Your Online Resources

Via the Rollins student directory site. It is important that you set up your Rollins email account and access Foxlink as soon as possible. Need help? IT HelpDesk: 407-628-6363 or online.

Register for Classes

Fall 2020 registration is now open. You must complete your Title IX training prior to registration. See the Registration tab for more instructions once you have finished reading this checklist. 

Print a Detailed Class Schedule

Accessible via FoxLink. You will need this to get your R-Card and purchase books.

Obtain Your R-Card

All students are required to obtain an R-Card. Visit the Campus Security office to pick yours up. Your R-Card serves as your college identification and shows your R-Number. It also can serve as a debit card for dining and retail on campus. There is no charge for your first R-Card. You must bring a copy of your student schedule and a photo ID with you to the R-Card office.

Get Your Parking Decal

You will be charged $75 for your parking permit at the time of initial registration. Once campus reopens, yYou may pick up your parking decal at the Campus Security office after submitting your vehicle registration in Foxlink. Your R-Card will allow you unlimited access to the SunTrust Parking garage. Read the rules and regulations about campus parking carefully. If you do not wish to purchase a parking decal, please complete the Parking Decal Wavier Request Form.

Buy Your Books

Available from the Rollins College Bookstore or eFollet online. The Rollins Bookstore is located near the corner of New York Avenue and Fairbanks Avenue. Through FoxLink, you can deposit money onto your R-Card to use financial aid to pay for your books.

Pay Your Tuition

See the Financial Aid tab for more information after you have finished reading this checklist.

Complete Mandatory Online Title IX Training

Prior to beginning classes on campus, you are required to complete an online Title IX training series. If you do not complete this training, a registration hold will be placed on your student account that will prevent you from registering for future semesters.

Once you have completed the training, please send a scanned copy of your completed certificates to

To complete the training:

  1. Access Foxlink
  2. Click on the Student tab, then select Student Life from the drop-down menu
  3. Look for the Safe@Rollins Online Courses box toward the center bottom.
    1. To begin the training modules, click on All Holt Students
    2. For course descriptions, click on Safe@Rollins

  4. Once you have completed the registration process, please complete the following three mandatory courses:

    1. Under “Sexual Assault Prevention” – select “SH-101-H Lasting Choices: Protecting Our Campus From Sexual Assault
    2. Under “Harassment/Respect Among Peers” – select “SH-110-H Show Some Respect! Prevent Harassment
    3. Under “Healthy Relations and Dating Violence” – select “SH-120-H Healthy Relationships (Higher Education)

We also encourage you to complete the optional modules "Mosaic" and "Impressions."

If you have any issues with accessing the course, please visit the Learning Portal Support Website or call (844) 348-3650. Live advisor support is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

fall 2020 term information

Schedule of Classes 

Course Selection

Academic Calendar

Payment Deadlines

Current Graduate Catalog

How to Register

The online registration period is now open. Click on the Registration and Student Records tab in FoxLink, then select the Register for Classes link in the Course Registration box. If this is your first time registering at Rollins, please take a moment to review the Registration Instructions for Hamilton Holt Students.

What Classes Should I Register for?

Students on the 3-year, full-time track should register for CPY 510, CPY 515, and CPY 538.
Students on the 4-year, part-time track should register for CPY 510 and CPY 538.

Download Your Program of Study


If you find that you are not able to attend this term, please contact Amber Taylor at ataylor1@rollins.edu or 407-646-1568. You are NOT automatically withdrawn from your courses for non-payment or lack of attendance. You MUST withdraw in writing to avoid financial and academic penalties.

For More Information

Prior Syllabi

funding your graduate studies

Tuition Rates
Payment Options


Financial assistance is available to graduate students eligible to receive federal loans through the William D. Ford Federal Direct Student Loans Program. To apply, complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Be sure to follow the instructions and list Rollins College, code 001515 as a recipient of the information. Please allow up to six weeks for processing. You will receive a Financial Aid Award letter if you have applied for financial aid. For more information or if you have questions about your award, call or visit the Financial Aid Office located in the Marshall and Vera Lea Rinker Building at the corner of Fairbanks and Park Avenues, telephone 407-646-2395. Counselors are available Monday through Friday by phone or on a walk-in basis from 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.


First-year students in the graduate counseling program are invited to apply for departmental scholarships. Second-year students may apply for a scholarship renewal on a funds-available basis. Awards are based on academic achievement, academic promise, financial circumstances, and attempts to maintain a diverse student body. Amounts will be determined based on funds available each academic year. Only students who have been fully admitted may apply for a tuition scholarship. Students who have been provisionally admitted may apply for funding in their second year. 

The 2020-2021 application period is now open. Click here to apply.

Deadline: June 15, 2020.



Graduate assistant positions are posted at the Rollins Jobs site. We recommend that you check the site regularly for new postings as they will be added throughout the summer and are posted for a limited time.


If your employer offers tuition reimbursement, please complete the Tuition Deferment form with your employer and submit it to the Bursar's office prior to registration.


Financial Aid Office Website
Student Account Services Website

new student orientation

Orientation is your chance to meet fellow students, get connected with our campus resources, and learn tips for success at Rollins. Graduate Counseling orientation will be held via WebEx on Monday, September 14th from 4-7 p.m. This event will take the place of your normally scheduled classes that evening.


Students on the full-time track who are enrolled in CPY 515 should plan to attend class via WebEx from 7-9:15 p.m. after orientation.