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Schedule of Classes & Calendar

Schedule of Classes and Calendar

Each sixteen-week semester is divided into two eight-week sessions.  Two classes are offered each session, each of which meets one evening per week from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. and half days on two Saturdays a month.  Students may select a Monday-Wednesday or a Tuesday-Thursday class schedule.  The program may be completed in five semesters, or two and one-half years.  Classes are conducted in the fall and spring semesters only (there are no summer classes).  Classes are held on the campus of Flagler College, in St. Augustine, Florida.

 

Fall Semester 2016-2017
Month Day Event
July 15 Applications, including transcripts, for fall semester must be received
August 4 Orientation for new students, 6 p.m., Ringhaver Student Center
  15 First Week of classes begin (Session A)
September 23 Last day to drop a course in Session A and receive a grade of W
October 6 End of Session A fall semester
  17 First week of classes begin (Session B)
November 18 Applications for spring semester, including transcripts, must be received
  18 Last day to drop a course in Session B and receive a grade of W
December 8 End classes for Session B fall semester
  10 Fall Commencement Ceremony, Lewis Auditorium, 4:00 p.m.
  13 Orientation for new Spring Semester students, Ringhaver Student Center, 6 p.m.
 

 

Spring Semester 2016-2017

Month Day Event
January 2 First Week of classes begin (Session A)
February 3 Last day to drop a course in Session A and receive a grade of W
  23 End of Session A spring semester
March 6 First week of classes begin (Session B)
April 7 Last day to drop a course in Session B and receive a grade of W
  27 End of Session B
  29 Spring Commencement Ceremony, Lewis Auditorium, 4 p.m.
 

Success Spotlight

Pam Perry

"I had always wanted to continue my education past the A.A. degree I received years ago, but could never afford to take on the debt of obtaining a Bachelor’s degree. When offered the chance to obtain that degree .. and to receive the Florida Resident Assistance Grant (FRAG) that paid for the majority of the cost, I was SOLD! The program was hard and intense, but well worth the effort .. Thank you Flagler College!”

Pam Perry '09
Trial paralegal, Office of General Counsel, St. Johns River Water Management District

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Contact Information

Public Administration Program
904-819-6440
PAD@flagler.edu