Check out the information below for updates on registration, finals weeks, and more.
Registering for Summer Classes
Registration for summer courses is open. Online registration has begun and continues through Friday, April 19. If you would like to take summer courses, please read the information below.
Summer Session Schedule
Session A: May 13 through June 28 (both on campus and online courses)
Session B: July 8 through August 16 (online courses only)
Tuition & Aid
- Tuition is $502 per credit hour, $1,004 per 2 credit course, $1,506 per 3 credit course, $2,008 per 4 credit course
- If a course requires lab work, there is an additional lab fee of $25 for the course.
- Students must remit payment for Summer Term course(s) at my.flagler.edu, Business Services tab, Student or Parent Payment Center.
- Students needing financial aid for Summer Term should visit the Office of Financial Aid, Hanke Hall, 63 Cordova St.
- Please note: a student must enroll in 6 credit hours or more to receive a student loan. If you are enrolled in 6 credit hours and one summer course is canceled for any reason, you must add another course to meet the minimum 6 credit hours required in order to keep your summer student loan.
- If you have not paid for your summer term course(s) either through Financial Aid or by out of pocket means by Monday, May 6, at 12:00 pm, your summer term schedule will be dropped.
- Students may attempt up to ten (10) hours in Session A or Session B.
- Registration for eleven (11) or more hours in either Session A or Session B requires the approval of Dr. Art Vanden Houten, Dean of Academic Life. Dr. Vanden Houten’s Office is located in the Ponce Hall Administration Wing.
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 email@example.com for information.
In order to successfully register for summer term classes, students:
- Should consult with their primary academic advisor prior to registration
- Must meet any course pre-requisites
- Be financially cleared by the Office of the Bursar/Student Accounts, 20 Valencia St.
Registering for classes
- You MUST accept your registration agreement first AND be cleared by your advisor before you can register.
- If you are receiving institutional financial aid you MUST enroll in at least 15 credits. The Office of Financial Aid has a waiver form that students may request if there are compelling reasons for enrolling in less than 15 credits. The waiver must be approved by Dr. Art Vanden Houten, Dean of Academic Life.
Searching for classes
- Access MyFlagler, at https://my.flagler.edu;
- Login at the top of the page using your Flagler username and password;
- Once you log in, click on the Academics tab;
- On the right, click Course Search;
- In the drop-down at the top, ensure that the correct year and term is selected (2018-2019 Spring Semester);
- You can use the fields on this page to search for specific classes, or you can leave all of the fields blank to see every class offered. I recommend selecting the Department the course is offered in from the drop-down menu, then hitting search, and scrolling to the desired course;
- You will see multiple results for many courses. This is because each course is taught in multiple sections, indicated by a letter, such as A or B. Note that the day “T” is Tuesday and the day “R” is Thursday;
Adding classes to your schedule
- Follow the same instructions as above for searching for your desired courses;
- When you find the desired course, check the Add box to the left of the course in the Search Results screen, scroll down, and click Add Course;
- Repeat these steps for each course you’d like to register for.
- Email your advisor after registration to ensure that your final schedule is correct;
- If you run into technical issues, visit the Registrar’s office in the Student Center or email firstname.lastname@example.org for help.
- If you are waitlisted for any classes, remember to check your Flagler email daily – you will be notified via email if a seat opens up and will have 24 hours to add the class.
Finals Week: April 29- May 1, 2019
Reading Day: Friday, April 26, 2019
What is Reading Day? It's a day where classes are canceled so that you can focus on your studies.
Final Exam Schedule
The final exam schedule is located on MyFlagler.
- Log in to MyFlagler
- Click on the "Flagler Academics" tab
- Select the red "registrar's office" button
- Scroll down to the handouts box in the right-hand side of the page
- You should see a pdf document called, "Final Exam Schedule (Spring 2018-2019)"
Looking to study in the library for finals? View their updated Finals Week Hours
Fuel for Finals Event
Join the campus on April 30th and May 1st from 10 p.m. until 12 a.m. for a late night breakfast in the Ponce de Leon Dining Hall. All Flagler students are welcome to attend this free event, even if they do not have a meal plan.Back To Top
Residence Hall Closing Information
Please follow the guidelines below when preparing to leave for the summer. If you have any questions, please contact your RA or the Office of Residence Life at email@example.com.
- Sign up for a checkout time with your RA 24 hours before your desired check out time
- Clean room and bathroom.
- Remove all trash from room and bathroom. Trash MUST be bagged and taken to the dumpster if available.
- Remove any “fun tac”/poster putty from walls
- Wipe out desk and dresser drawers
- Vacuum carpeted floors
- Sweep and mop tiled floors
- Defrost, dry, and leave the door open on the refrigerator. Be sure freezer is completely dry before you leave. Standing water could result in a fine.
- Turn in all keys
- Turn off all lights and fan
- Be ready at the time of your check out appointment. You must leave the building when you check out, and you cannot store items in the hallways or lobbies
Failure to complete the above items could result in a fine.Back To Top
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