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Type: Four year, coeducational, residential college

Control: Independent, nonsectarian

Accreditation: Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC)

Enrollment (Fall 2015): 2,501 students; 975 men and 1,526 women

Geographical Distribution: 44.81% of the students are from Florida, while the remaining students come from 40 other states and 51 foreign countries.

Degrees: Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Fine Arts, Masters of Arts

Calendar: Two 16-week semesters

Student-Faculty Ratio: 15.2 to 1

Average Class Size: 18.2 students; more than 97.7% of all classes have 29 or fewer students.

Licensure Examinations: Education Major teaching exams

Library: 102,047 printed volumes, 212,689 electronic books, 4,180 audiovisual items, 630 periodicals, and five newspapers, plus subscriptions to 50 electronic databases providing access to nearly 44,000 full-text periodicals.

Campus: The main building is Ponce de Leon Hall, which is designated as a National Historic Landmark. The campus also includes several other historic structures. The College is four miles from the Atlantic Ocean. A 19-acre athletic field is located two miles from campus.

Yearly Cost (2016-2017): Tuition and fees - $17,500; room - $5,000 to $5,850; meals - $3,064 to $5,120

Community: Famous historic tourist center; oldest city in the United States; the population for the City of St. Augustine is 13,000, and the population for St. Johns County is 218,000.

Location: St. Augustine is located just off I-95 on the northeast coast of Florida, 35 miles south of Jacksonville and 55 miles north of Daytona Beach.

Intercollegiate Sports: Men - baseball, basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, tennis. Women - basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, softball, tennis, volleyball.

Athletic Membership: Member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division II (NCAA II).