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Visiting Flagler College

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Prospective Student Information Session and Tour (Mondays-Fridays)

This 90 minute visit experience is open to current high school students and transfer students. By choosing this visit experience prospective students have the opportunity to learn more about Flagler College and our admission process from our admissions staff and student Ambassadors.

Register for Prospective Students Information Session and Tour

Transfer Student Tour of Campus (Wednesdays)

This 60 minute visit experience is designed specifically for transfer or military/veteran students to learn more about Flagler College from our student Ambassadors. In addition to your tour, we can schedule a Transfer Student Meeting for you with our Transfer Coordinator, Ms. Jennifer Rinnert or a Military/Veteran Meeting with our Director of Military Recruitment, Ms. Selena Hernandez-Haines. Meetings are by appointment only and must be scheduled prior to the date of your visit. Please contact Ms. Philadelphia Zimmermann at  PZimmermann@flagler.edu  to schedule your appointment once you have registered for the tour.

Register for Transfer Student Tour of Campus

Class Observations (Mondays-Fridays)

Class observations give our prospective students an opportunity to shadow a student Ambassador in a class during the day. This experience is for the student only and is reserved for high school seniors and transfer students who have registered for an Information Session and Tour. Class observations are available during our fall and spring semesters.

Class Observation Request

Group Visits (Mondays-Fridays)

Group Tours are designed to introduce high school groups of 10-40 students to our campus. This visit experience is a tour of the campus only. Please complete the Group Visit Request below if you have a high school group interested in touring Flagler College.

Group Visit Request

Spring Admitted Student Events

Admitted Student Information Session & Tour (Mondays-Fridays)

This 90 minute visit experience is open to admitted students who have been admitted and/or paid their deposit for the Fall 2018 semester. By choosing this visit experience, admitted students have the opportunity to learn more about building their legacy at Flagler College from our admissions staff and student Ambassadors.

Register for Admitted Students Information Session and Tour

Summer Events

Student Onboarding and Registration (SOAR)

June 15 or July 13

 
Deposited Students may register for one of two SOAR (Student Onboarding and Registration) events, taking place in June and July. At these events, you will register for classes, meet with an advisor, receive your parking pass and Flagler Student ID and tour campus. Representatives from Student Accounts and Financial Aid will be on hand to answer questions. Key faculty, staff and administration will join you for lunch in our magnificent dining room in Ponce Hall.
 
PLEASE NOTE: This event is Deposited Students for the Fall 2018 term. Please Note: Registration for this event is required. Registration will close when we meet maximum capacity for this event.
 

Summer Sneak Peek

July 20, 2018

You will start your day off at a welcome session where you will receive a personal welcome from Flagler administration. Following the welcome session, you will attend a seminar on financial aid, receive an insider's look at the admission process, explore campus with a student Ambassador, hear straight from our esteemed faculty about Flagler's teaching philosophy and dine in our fabulous Dining Hall! Please Note: Registration for this event is required. Registration will close when we meet maximum capacity for this event.

Registration for this event will begin May 2018

Summer Seminar: “Pirates, Protest and Preservation: Exploring the Stories of St. Augustine”

June 10-16, 2018

Participants of this seminar will spend seven days and six nights on the Flagler College campus while looking at the people (famous, infamous, and ordinary) who have left their mark on St. Augustine by examining the stories they have told about it—whether those stories are in words, buildings, natural spaces, or absences.

For more information on the Summer Seminar