A walk through St. Augustine and through the pristine historic campus of Flagler College, is a walk through a tropical paradise in a place where time seems to stands still. The oldest continuously occupied European settlement in continental United States, St. Augustine was founded by Spanish explorer Don Pedro Menéndez de Avilés in September 1565 and today remains a shining jewel in Florida’s tourism economy.
The Flagler College Education Department provides coursework and mentoring for students interested in working in educational environments. The teacher certification education program is primarily for students wanting to teach in public schools. However, there are many alternate careers and graduate degree options for students with educational backgrounds. The Education Department Program Adviser will advise students as they determine the best options that fit their interests, qualifications, professional environment skills, and future employment goals.
For the second year in a row, Flagler College students took home the Excellence in Undergraduate Research Award at an April psychology conference held at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University.
Research across all disciplines has been conducted for many years at Flagler, but the college’s newly formed Office of Undergraduate Research is hoping to take it even further.
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The Office of Student Services goal is to promote healthy social interaction and engagement among our students. We believe that learning does not stop once your classes are over, but continues through the activities offered on our campus.
The Housing Office uses your Student Housing Contract to assign a compatible roommate. If you have a specific roommate request, both students need to fill out and submit the Roommate Request Form. Submitting the Roommate Request form is not a substitute for the Student Housing Contract.
The Proctor Library is a vital educational resource on the Flagler College campus. It is staffed and equipped to provide all the services common to a research library. This includes research support, instruction, computer-based search services, inter-library loan, and audiovisual materials and equipment. Professional librarians are available during library hours to assist users.
Flagler College's Technology Services department prides itself on fast, friendly service. We love what we do and are happy to help students and employees find technology solutions to fit their needs.Services We Provide
Flagler College follows the Florida Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services requirements for measles and rubella vaccinations. All students born after 1956 are required to present documented proof of two measles immunizations. Also, students, regardless of age, shall present documented proof of two immunizations against rubella.
Flagler’s five residence halls offer a host of features and amenities that ensure you’ll be living a fun, focused lifestyle that supports your academic and social goals.
Amenities for all residence halls include:
The Office of Student Activities oversees student clubs and organizations, the Student Government Association (SGA), the Campus Activities Board (CAB), and student events on campus. Student Activities organizes the "Building Your Legacy"student orientation, Family Weekend, and many other fun and exciting activities for students. Student Activities aims to fill your free time with fun activities and events all throughout the school year. Come out to experience one of the campus-wide weekend events.
Flagler College president William T. Abare, Jr., has been selected as the 2012 recipient of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges James T. Rogers Distinguished Leadership Award. The award was recently presented at the association’s annual meeting in Dallas, Texas.
Nominations for the award were solicited from those active in the accreditation activities of the Commission on Colleges, representing the Commission's 800 member colleges and universities.