Student Account Services

Parent Information

Everything you need to know to help your student navigate the Office of Student Account Services, including how your student sets up an authorized payer account in QuikPAY and Rollins’ FERPA policy.

 Note: New 1098T Tax Reporting Information for 2018

QuikPAY Authorized Payers

Rollins College students view and pay their bills online via QuikPAY electronic billing and payment system. The Student Account Services Office uploads a new billing statement each month and notification is sent to their Rollins e-mail address and to their authorized payer email accounts. Student's '" email account is the official means of communication at Rollins College. Students are expected to check their email on a frequent and consistent basis in order to stay current with College-related communications.

A student may choose to set up an "Authorized Payer", usually a parent or guardian, who may then view and/or pay the student's bill. However, students are ultimately responsible for the timely payment of their bill. Before a parent or guardian may begin using QuikPAY, their student must set them up as an "Authorized Payer".

How Students Set Up QuikPAY Authorized Payer Accounts

  • Log into FoxLink
  • Click on the “Billing and Financial Aid” tab
  • Click on “QuikPAY Online Billing & Payment System”
  • Click on “Authorize Payers”
  • Click “Add New”
  • Enter email address and assign a login ID for the new Authorized Payer
  • The student will need to send the login ID they assigned to the Authorized Payer
  • The Authorized Payer will receive a confirmation email containing a link to QuikPAY with instructions on how to set up their own password. Each month when a bill is processed, the student and Authorized payer will receive an email notification.

QuikPAY allows students and their authorized payers to:

  • View their current statement
  • View past statements
  • Make electronic payments
  • Reprint receipts


A 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:

  • Have consent prior to the disclosure of education records;
  • Ensure that the consent is signed and dated and states the purpose of the disclosure.

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 Student Account Services Office.

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 about the Department of Education’s FERPA website, which includes links to FERPA regulations.