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Advising Referrals

Rollins College believes that the one on one faculty-student advising relationship is central to supporting students in reaching their goals. During the course of an advising session, a faculty advisor may need to refer an advisee for additional information or support from another office.

Alphabetical List of Referrals

Below is a list of common referrals made by faculty advisors. As a guide, we have listed why academic advisors typically refer to those offices and how to connect the advisee directly to that office.


Academic Advising Support Services

Contact if you need clarification on academic policy or process, need a connection to advisement support and resources, or if you have concerns for an advisee.

Tiffany K. Griffin, 
Director, CLA Academic Advising & Student Support Services
Schedule an appointment: or call 407.646.2569

Accessibility Services

Refer students who disclose a disability or are asking for accommodations without documentation. Refer students who have indicated that they could use additional support and have disclosed that they have a disability.

Visit the Accessibility Services website 
Apply for Accommodations 
Schedule an or call 407.975.6463

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Center for Career and Life Planning

Refer students who are seeking additional career or graduate school advising. The Center for Career and Life planning assists students with resume advice, identifying and researching careers, graduate school advising, and general career readiness assistance. Students who are also looking to identify and apply for academic internships or who are interested in finding on-campus employment opportunities.

Visit the Center for Career and Life Planning website

Center for Inclusion and Campus Involvement

Refer students who would like to find their anchor on campus. The center oversees three main areas: diversity and inclusion initiatives, student organizations, and fraternity and sorority life.

Visit the Student Center for Inclusion and Belonging website
Schedule an appointment: or 407.646.2624

Center for Leadership and Community Engagement

Refer students who are seeking service-learning courses, leadership development, community service, innovative immersion programs, or want to deepen their commitment to personal and social responsibility within Rollins Community and its community partners.

Visit the Center for Leadership and Community Engagement website
Schedule an appointment: or 407.691.1250

Dean of Students

Refer students who are of are concern individually and/or within the Rollins Community. Also, refer students who are interested in exploring leave and transfer options.

Visit the Dean of Students website
Schedule an appointment: or call 407.646.2345

Financial Aid

Refer students who have questions about their financial aid package or continued financial aid eligibility.

Visit the Financial Aid website
Schedule An Appointment Online


International Programs

Refer students who would like to find an international program that supports their personal, academic and professional goals for study abroad/away. International programs include; off-campus international programs, all domestic off-campus credit-bearing programs, semester programs, summer programs, and faculty-led field studies.

Visit the International Programs website
Schedule an appointment:  
Walk-in appointments: Monday – Thursday from 12-2 p.m.
Location: Kathleen W Rollins Hall, 2nd Floor

International Student & Scholar Services

Refer International students with questions or concerns about adjustment issues, immigration matters, legal employment in the U.S. or general inquiries.

Visit the International Student & Scholar Services website
Schedule an appointment: 


Refer students with any research need to our librarians in Olin Library. Help is available whether it be for completing an assignment or researching graduate schools and potential employers.

Visit the Library's website
Contact a Librarian
Schedule an appointment with your librarian


Student Records

Refer students who have changes to registration, transcript requests, degree/enrollment verifications, academic record and transcript maintenance, monitoring degree requirements (Degree Works), and awarding degrees (graduation).

Visit the Registrar's website

Title IX Coordinator

Refer students who have experienced sexual misconduct and harassment for reporting options, interim measures of safety, and connection to resources. Advisors may contact the Title IX coordinator if they need further clarification on if they should or should not file a report.

Important Reminder: You are obligated to report any incidents involving sexual misconduct and harassment to the Title IX coordinator. 

Visit the Title IX Website
Schedule an appointment: 407.691.1773

Tutoring and Writing Center

Refer students with any questions regarding specific content in a course or to help a student brainstorm a topic, create an outline, structure an argument and thesis, edit a final draft, revise returned work, and accurately cite sources. Common referral made by Advisors when a student receives an academic warning.

Contact the Tutoring and Writing Center for more information and to schedule an appointment.

Wellness Center

Refer students who may need confidential counseling which could cover a variety of issues that are interfering with academic progress and holistic wellness. The Wellness center provides crisis intervention on as-needed basis, as well as consultation and referral services. 

Refer students who may need episodic care, lab testing, sexual health care or wellness care. Health Services also provides referrals for students without student health insurance.

Visit the Wellness Center website
Schedule an appointment: 407.628.6340 or