Summer 2022 Due Dates

Summer Session A Balance Due May 9, 2022

Summer Session B Balance Due June 22, 2022

IMPORTANT: In order to successfully register, students:

  • Should consult with their primary academic advisor prior to registration
  • Must meet any course pre-requisites
  • Be financially cleared by the Student Accounts Office
    • AR Hold prevents registration for future semesters – In order for the hold to be removed, you will need to bring your balance below $1,000.00
    • AB Hold is a transcript hold warning. This hold does not prevent registration. In order for the hold to be removed, you will need to pay your balance in full.
  • Tuition is $547 per credit hour, $1,094 for a 2 credit hours class, $1,641 for a 3 credit hours class, $2,188 for a 4 credit hours class.
  • If a class requires lab work, there is an additional lab fee of $25 for the class. Please check the College catalog course descriptions for lab fees.
  • All Internship requests must be submitted to the Career Development Center and approved in advance by the Department Chair.
    • A student approved for an internship will be charged summer term tuition, plus an internship fee of $50.
  • Students needing financial aid for Summer Term should contact the Office of Financial Aid.
  • Visit this page to find the contact information for your Financial Aid Counselor: Meet Your Financial Aid Counselor
  • Please note: a student must enroll in 6 hours or more to receive a student loan, and these hours must count as progress toward your degree.
    • If you are enrolled in 6 hours and one summer class is cancelled for any reason, you must add another class to meet the minimum 6 hours required in order to keep your summer student loan.
  • Summer Housing is available on campus during Session A for $1,150, which includes a $200 declining balance meal plan. Dining will be available in The Bistro. Please contact for information.

Payment Information


  • Log in with your email username and password
  • Click on the third TAB— “Students”
  • Click on the red “Business Services” BUTTON
  • Under “CASHNet My Account Info”, Click on: Payments/Invoices/Parent PINS


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, authorized payer must enter PIN and password (as assigned by the student)

Authorized Payer Here

Student Accounts

Current students have the option to receive their IRS Form 1098-T electronically (printable PDF). You must complete the steps below to receive your 2021 tax form electronically. If consent is given to receive the form electronically, the 1098-T will be available by February 1, 2022 via your account on, under the Financial Document Center. Please note that if a document does not appear in your Financial Document Center on February 1, 2022, you were not eligible to receive a 1098-T in 2021.

If you do not opt-in to receive the 1098-T Form electronically, your form will be mailed February 1st. The arrival of your 1098-T will depend on the US Postal Service and the location of your legal address on file with the College.

Instructions to opt-in to receive your 1098-T electronically:

  • Log in with your email username and password on
  • Click on the “Students” TAB
  • Click on the Red “Business Services” BUTTON
  • Under Financial Document Center, click the green “Consent to electronic statements”
  • Check the box “I Consent to receive electronic 1098-Ts”, then click Submit

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


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