Whether it is the quality of academic programming, the beauty of our campus and setting, or the unparalleled value we afford students and families, Flagler College has been recognized as among the best in the nation.
The College offers confidential counseling services to help students deal with personal concerns that interfere with learning and academic progress. The Counseling Center’s professional counselors provide individual and group counseling and crisis intervention on short-term and emergency issues as well as consultation and referral services. All services are strictly confidential and are not part of students’ college records. Counseling is free of charge to all currently enrolled students.
There are many reasons students should seek professional counseling. Often, they want to feel more satisfied with their lives, be more effective in dealing with problems, increase their self-awareness, improve their self-esteem, or enhance communications within a relationship. Counseling can also help with problems related to: adjustment to college life, relationships, conflicts with roommates, family problems, time management, anxiety, eating disorders, alcohol and other drug use, grief, stress, depression, anger, social isolation, study skills and test anxiety. The Counseling Center is located at 8 Valencia Street, between Wiley Hall and Lewis House. Students may schedule an appointment by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling the Counseling Center at (904) 819-6305.
The Alcohol and Marijuana e-CheckUpToGo websites are alcohol and marijuana brief assessment and feedback tools. They are designed to increase knowledge and awareness about the use of these substances among college students.
Flagler College is concerned about the safety, health, and/or well being of all of its students, faculty, and staff, and has policies regarding the well-being for all members of the college community. Specifically, the policies address student behaviors that are disruptive to the mission of the college, as well as any suicidal or self injurious threats or behaviors.