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Recognition and Achievements

For more than 15 years, Flagler College has been ranked (#6 in 2015) among the "Best Regional Colleges in the South" in U.S. News & World Report’s Best Colleges.

Flagler’s tuition and fees are among the lowest in the country for selective private colleges.  The college has been consistently recognized in Time, Newsweek, and The Princeton Review for its value of education related to cost.

Ponce 2012Nearly 85 % of Flagler graduates accept positions or are admitted to graduate school within six months of graduation. Flagler enjoys a 75% student retention rate, which is a testament to a small college environment and personalized education. Flagler students have won the U.S. SIFE/Enactus National Championship three times and nished second runner-up for the SIFE World Cup in 2004.  The Society for Advanced of Management team has won 9 national championships, more than any other college or university. Students have earned internships at Sports Illustrated, MTV, Dateline NBC, World News Tonight, CNN, and Sony Music. The college boasts over 44 student-led organizations on campus. More than 70% of Flagler students participate in intramural sports. 

The college has won the Peach Belt Conference’s "Institution of the Year Award" for sportsmanship six years in row. 

In online media outlets, Flagler has been named among the "30 Most Beautiful Campuses" in BestCollegesonline.org, and BestDegreeprograms.org.  Niche named Flagler among the Best Small Colleges in Florida, and Thrillist.com listed the college among the 25 most beautiful campuses in America.  Money Magazine ranked Flagler among the "Best Colleges for your Money" in 2015.

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Accreditation

Flagler College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award baccalaureate degrees and a master’s degree in Deaf Education. The college’s accreditation was last a rmed in 2009. The college’s Teacher Education programs are approved by the Department of Education in Florida for preparation of teachers, and the program in Deaf Education is certi ed by the Council on the Education of the Deaf.