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Alumni Awards

The Alumni Awards were initiated in 1999 to honor those who have made significant contributions to their fields, the college or their communities. Every spring, the awards are presented to deserving alumni at the Alumni Weekend banquet.

The Pride of Flagler Alumni Award 

The highest award presented by the College, The Pride of Flagler Alumni Award is granted to alumni who have been Flagler College graduates for a minimum of 10 years, and have achieved national and/or regional recognition in their field. These distinguished individuals have rendered service to Flagler College and/or their communities

Alumni Award Lunch - Group Photo

The Flagler College Service Award 

Presented to alumni who have rendered a high degree of service to Flagler College for more than 10 years (for example, volunteering with the alumni office, coordinating alumni chapter activities, establishing an endowed scholarship, volunteering with campus clubs, organizations, athletics, etc.).

2016 Recipient: Alan Bratic, '97

Alan Bratic

Alan Bratic, ’97, received the “Flagler Service Award” for his longtime leadership on the Saints Club Advisory Board — helping the college transition from National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics to National Collegiate Athletic Association Division II status and fundraising for Flagler College Athletics for over 10 years.                                         

The Professional Achievement Award 

Presented to alumni who have demonstrated significant accomplishments in their fields and have achieved national and/or regional recognition. Nominees must be a graduate of Flagler College and over the age of 32. This award may be bestowed on more than one candidate.

2016 Recipient: Vivian Burrus Todd, ’75

Vivian Burrus Todd

Vivian Burrus Todd, ’75, of Beaumont, Texas, received the Professional Achievement Award for her exceptional sales career in real estate.

The Community Service Award 


2016 Recipient: Maureen Gatens Thompson, '77

Maureen Gatens Thomson

Maureen Gatens Thompson, ’77, a breast cancer survivor, received the Community Service Award for her breast cancer awareness advocacy, which resulted in the issuing of a breast cancer license plate in the state of Washington.

The Young Alumni Achievement Award 

Presented to alumni 32 years of age and younger who have demonstrated outstanding accomplishments since graduation, this award recognizes contributions to society, to a profession or to Flagler College. The award may be based upon professional and educational achievements, community activities, and honors and awards received.

2016 Recipient: Gareth Paul Cox, '07

Gareth Paul Cox

Gareth Paul Cox, ’07, received the Young Alumni Achievement Award for his cinematography work on documentaries, TV episodes and narrative films.

A Q&A with History Alum, Megan Brown
May 5, 2017 - Jun 16, 2017
CEAM Juried Alumni Exhibition
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Crisp-Ellert Art Museum

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