Everything you need to know to help your student navigate the Office of the Bursar, including how your student sets up an authorized payer account in QuikPAY and Rollins’ FERPA policy.
Release of Information: Students complete via FoxLink.
Why do I have limited access to my student's college records when I'm paying his/her college expenses? In an effort to comply with FERPA (Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act ) regulations a school must:
By signing an annual Statement of Financial Responsibility, you and your student are releasing the College to discuss the financial information held in your student’s educational record. Additionally, if you claim your son or daughter as a dependent for federal tax purposes, the College will give you access to his/her education records, as specified in FERPA (see part 99.31 (a) (8)). In order to gain this access, you will be required to supply your current tax year tax return to the Office of the Bursar.
Where can I find out more information about FERPA? Review Rollins’ FERPA Policy on the Office of Institutional Research website. FERPA is enforced by the U.S. Department of Education. Learn more on the Department of Education’s FERPA website, which includes links to FERPA regulations.