Crummer Graduate Student Information

From tuition due dates to financial aid refunds, everything students in Rollins’ Crummer Graduate School of Business need to navigate the Office of the Bursar.

Tuition Due Dates

Rollins College students view and pay their bursar bills online via QuikPAY. The Office of the Bursar uploads a new billing statement each month and notification is sent to their Rollins e-mail address. Correspondence from the Bursar's Office (including monthly billing statements) will be sent to the student's official College '@rollins.edu' email account. Students are expected to check their email on a frequent and consistent basis in order to stay current with College-related communications.

For more information regarding tuition and due dates for the Crummer Graduate School of Business’ Executive MBA, Early Advantage MBA, Professional MBA, and Executive Doctorate in Business Administration please use link provided below.

Crummer Tuition and Due Dates

Employer Deferments

Tuition deferment is a great benefit Crummer provides for students who receive tuition reimbursement from their employer. A deferment form allows payment to be extended 45 days beyond the end of the term to allow time for student's employer to submit payment to Rollins College. Please note that it is the student's responsibility to ensure payment is received on time to avoid monthly late fees and holds. Once you complete this form, you will need to submit it to the Crummer Student Services Office for processing. Please be aware that if the payment of the total due is not submitted to Rollins College within 45 days after the end of the term, your account will be subject to bursar hold and monthly late fees until the balance has been paid in full. Transcripts and diplomas will not be released and future registration will be disallowed with an past due balance owed to Rollins.

A new deferment form is due prior to the beginning of each and every term. Late fees will be assessed if this form is not received before the first day of each term and each month thereafter until the deferment form is received. In the absence of a deferment form, tuition is due as per your tuition breakdown for your cohort listed above.

The Crummer Tuition Deferment Form is available by clicking here.

Holds & Late Fees

The Office of the Bursar is responsible for the collection of College financial obligations. An account that is past due is encumbered by the Office of the Bursar. The Student Loan Collections Office may also encumber the accounts of students or former students who have not satisfied their financial loan obligations. A student whose account is encumbered will be denied certain College services (e.g., registration, transcripts). Once payment in full or appropriate credits have been applied to the bursar account, financial holds will be removed.

Please note, payments made with non-guaranteed funds will be held for 10 business days to ensure clearance. If immediate clearance is necessary, payment must be made using guaranteed funds (cash, cashier’s check, or credit card). Credit card payments must be made through the QuikPAY payment system.

Beginning spring 2017, students with a past due balance less than $1,000 will be allowed to register for classes.  However, these accounts will not be able to receive transcripts or diplomas until the balance has been paid. Students with a balance greater than $1,000 will not be allowed to register for future semesters or receive transcripts or a diploma.  All accounts with balances greater than $200 will be subject to monthly late payment fees on the following scale:

Past Due Balance of $200 – $999.99: $75
Past Due Balance of $1,000 – $4,999.99: $125
Past Due Balance of $5,000 – $19,999.99: $200
Past Due Balance of $20,000 or greater: 1% of Past Due Amount

By registering, students agree to accept full responsibility for the payment of tuition and fees. If a payment is not fulfilled or returned for insufficient funds or no approval by credit, students also agree to pay all fees associated with collection of due funds, including collection costs and attorney's fees.

Deferments

Payment of the total due must be submitted to Rollins College within 45 days after the end of the term as indicated above. Transcripts and diplomas will not be released and future registration will be disallowed with a past due balance owed to Rollins.

A new deferment form is due prior to the beginning of each and every term. Late fees will be assessed and a Bursar hold will placed on the student's account if this form is not received before the first day of the term and each month thereafter until the deferment form is received. In the absence of a deferment form, tuition is due as per the tuition schedule.

Crummer Refunds

Fall 2017 financial aid refunds will be released after the drop/add period has ended for students who meet all eligibility requirements.

Fall 2017 Bursar Refund Schedule
Crummer Program Refund Release Date
EAMBA September 1st
PMBA 53 ONLY September 25th
PMBA (all other cohorts) September 1st
EMBA September 1st
EDBA September 25th

After September 22nd, refund requests received by noon on Wednesdays will be processed by Friday of the same week.

The fastest and safest way to receive your refund is through direct deposit.  If you have not already signed up for direct deposit, you can sign up for direct deposit through FoxLink.

How do I request my refund?

Log into FoxLink > click on Student tab > Click on Billing & Financial Aid from the drop down menu > Click on the Refund Request link to complete and submit your request.

You will know your refund is in progress by checking your "Account Status" on QuikPAY. From the date you see the "Refund" posted on QuikPAY, you should expect to receive funds within 3 to 5 business days if you have direct deposit.

If you do not have direct deposit, your check will be mailed to you within 3 to 5 business days of the date the refund is noted on your QuikPAY account on FoxLink to your permanent address on file. Please remember, once the check is mailed, Rollins College has no control over how long the post office takes to deliver it to you.

Students with a signed Title IV authorization will need to submit a Refund Request Form to receive a refund through FoxLink. Otherwise, their credit balance will be held on the account for future use. Unless requested sooner, these credits will be released at the end of the aid year.

Refunds and Deferments

Financial aid funds are applied to the account balance first. A student is only eligible for a refund if the account has a credit balance. If a student has a deferment form from an employer, the student may retain the funds when received from their employer.

Office of the Bursar

Mailing Address
1000 Holt Ave. – 2716
Winter Park, FL 32789

Office Location
Carnegie Hall
View on Campus Map

College of Liberal Arts Contact
T. 407-646-2252
bursar@rollins.edu

Holt/Crummer Contact
T. 407-646-2297
bursar_c&h@rollins.edu

Cashier Window Hours
Monday – Friday
8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.