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COVID-19 Updates and Resources

COVID Testing

Testing Requirements For Spring Semester: Flagler College will only allow students with proof of a negative PCR test result to return to campus in the spring. This is in accordance with recommendations from the Center for Disease Control and health officials. Students are expected to undergo testing after:


Student Accounts Announcements

1098-T Federal Tax Form

Students should refer to the Information email sent on January 15, 2021; Subject: Tax document info – sign up now to receive electronic access to IRS for 1098-T.

Payment Information

  • Log in with your email username and password above
  • Click on the Students” TAB (third tab) 
  • Click on the Red “Business Services” BUTTON
  • Under CASHNet My Account Info, click on Payments/Invoices/Parent PINS
  • Click on the third option on the left:  “Activity Details” to view all current balance info.


Urgent REMINDER for all students to continue to monitor your online student account by clicking on “Activity Details” for any current/instant changes and/or outstanding balances due for the Spring 2021 semester.

If you are enrolled in the Spring 2021 Payment Plan, your final payment is due no later than April 15, 2021As long as you are up to date with your plan payments, you will be cleared to register for Fall 2021 on your assigned date.  Any additional outstanding charge viewable after the completion of the Spring 2021 payment plan is due at that time.

If a Student Account Hold has been placed on your account, the outstanding balance must be paid no later than Monday, April 12, 2021, in order to move forward with Fall 2021 registration on your specified date (refer to the 20-21 online academic calendar). NOTE:  A Transcript Hold is a Warning ONLY and will NOT prevent a student from registering.

Spring 2021 Graduates with outstanding balances due will be permitted to walk at graduation, but will NOT be issued diplomas and/or official transcripts until that balance is satisfied in full.


Students taking classes in Summer Sessions A and B should continue to monitor their online account.   Charges for those registered classes are viewable on Activity Details within 24 hours. 

  • Summer Session A balances due May 1, 2021
  • Summer Session B balances due June 21, 2021


Follow the steps above to access your CASHNet account. There you will see the option to select your refund preference. Refunds are processed more quickly through e-Refund, so students are encouraged to provide their banking information for direct deposit. Once enrollment is completed, a confirmation email will be sent to your Flagler email. Return to the website if you do not receive the confirmation email. If you wish to make any changes, return to the Payment site and click on “Edit” in the eRefund section.

Authorized Payer Only:
  • An “Authorized Payer” is a payer other than the student (access must be created by the student ONLY)
  • Click on the Red Authorized Payer button below, authorize payer must enter PIN and password (as assigned by the student)
Authorized Payer Here

How to Register for Classes

Have questions about how to register for classes? Follow this quick tutorial to learn about our registration process. 

If you have any questions, please contact the Office of the Registrar at registrar@flagler.edu


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