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About Flagler

Welcome to Flagler College

Welcome to an academic experience like no other: a coastal campus steeped in history, a distinguished faculty that will challenge and mentor you, and fellow students who are energized, engaged and ready to explore what’s next.

Flagler College is a small, private residential college located in the nation’s oldest city, St. Augustine, Florida. From the moment you first step inside the front gates, you know this is different: the stunning Spanish architecture, the small classes held out on the lawn, the private nooks that beckon you to curl up with a book or catch up with friends.

Students who are ready to take charge of their education can choose from 29 majors and 34 minors that combine focused academic study with real-word experiences and community-integrated projects. Explore our nationally renowned and long-accredited programs in business, education, design, fine art, psychology, communication and sport management, to name a few.

Or dive deeper into some of our innovative new programs, like coastal environmental science, stretch yourself with clubs like Enactus, or step out of your comfort zone through a global learning experience with study abroad programs. 

No matter what courses you pursue, the Flagler First Year Experience will make sure it’s a smooth transition to college life and an impactful experience that will lay the groundwork for academic success.

Experience the Flagler difference and see how our alumni are blazing their own trails from New York to NASA and pursuing their education at prestigious graduate schools including Boston University, Columbia University, Duke University, Harvard University, Johns Hopkins University, Princeton Theological Seminary, University College London, University of Notre Dame, and many more.

Build your legacy. Start at Flagler.

It wasn’t even a college when Phyllis Gibbs first applied to teach at Flagler — only a shuttered historic hotel where plans were being hatched for a women’s college.