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Registration for Maymester 2021 and Fall 2021

The order of registration for Maymester and Fall 2021 will change.  Please note the following changes:

1)  Students will register with the class they enter with at matriculation (cohort) rather than based on the number of accumulated credits. Your assigned cohort does not change based on accumulated credits.  To find your cohort, see the table below.

Cohort Start Term
2022 Fall 2018
2023 Fall 2019
2024 Fall 2020
2025 Fall 2021

 

You can also find your registration cohort in Degree works.        

Notes:

  • Transfer students will be assigned to a cohort based on number of credits transferred and your anticipated graduation year will be your assigned cohort. Transfer students with questions about their assigned cohort should contact Alexa Gordon (amgordon@rollins.edu)
  • Students who entered Rollins prior to Fall 2018 will always be included in the earliest registration block along with the 2022 cohort or students who have petitioned to graduate if you have petitioned to graduate.
  • Assigned cohorts do not change throughout your enrollment at Rollins and will not be adjusted for students who are trying to graduate in less than four years.

 2)  All AMP and honors students regardless of cohort or credits, will no longer register as one group prior to juniors. AMP and honors students will register prior to others in their cohort.  See chart below.

 3)  1st and 2nd year athletes will register prior to others in their cohort, but not as a group. See chart below.

Find your registration day and time below using the first letter of your last name.  This change was necessary so the Registrar’s Office can adequately resolve student concerns and questions while working remotely. 

Questions about registration can be sent to registrar@rollins.edu.

 

 

Registration Dates/Times

Spring 2021 Registration Dates and Times for Fall 2021

Registration Dates

Spring Term 2021
Winter Intersession Monday, January 11, through Friday, January 15
New Students Report Friday, January 15
Dr. M.L. King, Jr. Day (No Classes) Monday, January 18
First Day of Class Tuesday, January 19  (Holt starts Tuesday, January 19)
Schedule Changes (Drop/Add)  Tuesday, January 19, through Tuesday, January 26
Last Day to Add a Course w/o instructor signature Tuesday, January 26
Credit/No Credit Deadline Tuesday, February 2
Last Day to Drop a Course without transcript notation  Tuesday, February 2
Break Day (No Classes) Friday, February 19
Break Day (No Classes) Tuesday, March 16
Academic and Career Planning for Fall Begins Monday, March 22
Fall 2021 Online Registration Period Monday, March 29, through Sunday, April 11
Last Day to Withdraw from a Course (‘W’ Deadline) Friday, April 2
One Time Credit/No Credit Deadline Friday, April 27
Classes End Friday, April 27
Reading Day Wednesday, April 28
Final Exams Thursday, April 29, and Friday, April 30
Reading Days Saturday, May 1 and Sunday, May 2
Final Exams Monday, May 3, and Tuesday, May 4
Grades for Graduating Seniors Due at Noon Wednesday, May 5
Commencement Saturday, May 8
Grades for All Other Students Due at Noon Monday, May 10
Count: 70 In-Class/3 Reading/4 Exams/6 Holidays   Days: 13 Mon/15 Tues/14 Wed/14 Thurs/14 Fri
Maymester 2021
Maymester Online Registration Monday, March 29, through Sunday, April 11
First Day of Class Monday, May 10
Memorial Day Holiday (No Classes) Monday, May 31
Classes End Thursday, June 3
Final Exams Friday, June 4
Grades Due at Noon Wednesday, June 9

Planning Tools

College of Liberal Arts Courses of Instruction - Use the catalog to look up core courses by major and find course descriptions.

Registration Planning Worksheet - This planner will help you develop a tentative schedule and plan alternate course choices. This is a helpful document to bring with you to your advising appointment. 

R-Compass 4 Year Planner - Align your academic goals with your co-curricular pursuits using this planner. This is a great tool that will help you to envision a holistic, broad view of your education.