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Judi Marino

Judi Marino

International Admissions Specialist


jmarino@flagler.edu

(904) 826-8546
All International Students
All U.S. Citizens living outside of the United States

Commonwealth: Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands

Military areas: AA, AE, AP

Name

Judi Marino

Hometown

Cambria Heights, NY

Why did you choose to work at Flagler?

I was interested in the challenge to enhance the Flagler College community by working to increase the international population. I believe that Flagler College is an ideal community for international students and U.S. students alike.

School(s) Attended and Degree(s) Earned

Bachelor in Science Education and Master of Science in Human Resources Management from Florida Institute of Technology.

Favorite St. Augustine activity

Cycling to Anastasia Park and enjoying the beach

Tip(s) for incoming freshmen

Treat your studies as you would a full time job. Put in a forty hour week between classes and studying. Don’t forget to ask for help when you need it! We want you to succeed.

Tip(s) for applicants

The effort you put forth in your essay is very important to me. I would like to get a glimpse of your passions and your character in your essay. My usual advice is to describe a single event that defines you.

  • Fall 2017 Travel Information
    • Monday, September 11th – Pan American Christian Academy (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
    • Monday, September 11th – Escola Graduada (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
    • Monday, September 11th - St. Paul’s School (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
    • Tuesday, September 12th – Assocation Escuelas Lincoln (Buenos Aires, Argentina)
    • Wednesday, September 13th – Escuela Nido de Aguilas (Santiago, Chile)
    • Wednesday, September 13th – The Grange School (Santiago, Chile)
    • Thursday, September 14th – Bilingual Education Unit Delta (Guayaquil, Ecuador)
    • Friday, September 15th – Colegio Americano de Quito (Quito, Ecuador)
    • Monday, September 18th – Rochester School (Bogota, Colombia)
    • Monday, September 18th – Colegio Buckingham (Bogota, Colombia)
    • Tuesday, September 19th – International School Port of Spain (Port of Spain, Trinidad)
    • Wednesday, September 20th – International School of Panama (Panama City, Panama)
    • Wednesday, September 20th – Balboa Academy (Panama City, Panama)
    • Thursday, September 21st – Lincoln School (San Jose, Costa Rica)
    • Friday, September 22nd – Escuela Internacional Sampedrana (San Pedro Sula, Honduras)
    • Monday, September 25th – American School of Tegucigalpa (Tegucigalpa, Honduras)
    • Tuesday, September 26th – Escuela Americana (San Salvador, El Salvador)
    • Tuesday, September 26th – ABC (San Salvador, El Salvador)
    • Wednesday, September 27th – American Nicaraguan School (Managua, Nicaragua)
    • Wednesday, September 27th – Lincoln International Academy (Managua, Nicaragua)
    • Wednesday, October 4th – International School of Sosua (Sosua, Dominican Republic)
    • Friday, October 13th – Warwick Academy (Bermuda)
    • Friday, October 13th – Bermuda High School (Bermuda)
    • Friday, October 13th – Saltus Grammar School (Bermuda)
    • Monday, October 16th - Triple C School (Grand Cayman)
    • Monday, October 16th - Cayman Prep (Grand Cayman)
    • Monday, October 16th - St. Ignatius School (Grand Cayman)
    • Monday, October 16th - College Fair at Cayman International School (Grand Cayman)
    • Wednesday, October 18th – Queens College (Nassau, Bahamas)
    • Wednesday, October 18th – St. Andrews School (Nassau, Bahamas)
    • Wednesday, October 18th – Aquinas College (Nassau, Bahamas)
    • Thursday, October 19th – St. Augustine's College (Nassau, Bahamas)
    • Thursday, October 19th – Windsor Prep (Nassau, Bahamas)
    • Thursday, October 19th – Lyford Cay International School (Nassau, Bahamas)