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Four-year, coeducational, residential, independent, nonsectarian.
Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.
24 majors and 29 minors in selected fields emphasizing the liberal arts, education, business, and law.
20 to 1; more than 86 percent of all classes have 35 or fewer students.
Two 14-week semesters.
The Flagler campus is located four miles from the Atlantic Ocean, in historic downtown St. Augustine, with shops, restaurants, and the waterfront only a short walk away. St. Augustine-the nation's oldest city and favorite tourist destination with a population of 15,000-lies east of I-95 on the northeast coast of Florida, 35 miles south of Jacksonville and 55 miles north of Daytona Beach.
The centerpiece of the Flagler campus is the historic Ponce Hall, a former resort hotel. This masterpiece of Spanish Renaissance architecture is a National Historic Landmark that serves as the administration building and one of the women's residence halls. New buildings on campus include the multi-million dollar Gamache-Koger Theatre inside the Ringhaver Student Center, the Crisp-Ellert Art Museum, and the newly renovated Molly Wiley Art Building. The College's 19-acre athletic complex, including its new baseball and softball facility. Flagler Field is located just two miles from campus.
Believing that living on campus is a significant part of the college educational experience, Flagler requires that all freshmen live on campus. Flagler's residence hall for women is Ponce de Leon Hall, while Flagler men live in Lewis House or Cedar Hall. The College also recently added the new Florida East Coast Railway Residence Halls.
NCAA Division II
Peach Belt Conference