It is the intent of the College to make the residence hall environment an integral part of the total college program. To this end, the College brings together individuals of widely varied backgrounds, personalities, and educational interests and endeavors to provide an environment in which the students can develop both intellectually and socially. Moreover, it is believed that the residence hall program complements the total College program by helping students to realize their educational goals, to work toward solutions of personal problems, to refine personal values, and to develop greater concern and respect for one another. Additionally, the residence hall program is intended to encourage students to be participating individuals and to take a greater role in regulating their living conditions. The residence halls are located in Ponce de Leon Hall, Lewis House, Cedar Hall, and Florida East Coast Railway (FEC) A, B and C towers. The residence halls are within close proximity to all other campus facilities including classrooms, faculty and administrative offices, the auditorium, the library, the dining hall, the gymnasium and other recreational facilities.
Resident Advisors are experienced upper-class student leaders who are here to serve as a resource and develop a positive community in the Residence Halls. RAs live in the Residence Halls and are often the most visible link in the Residence Life program. RAs are peer counselors, friends, policy enforcers, fellow students, party planners, and great sources of information about everything Flagler College.
Head Resident Advisors are undergraduate students who have served as RAs for at least two semesters. There is an HRA in every Residence Hall to be an additional resource for residents and RAs. HRAs fulfill all the vital roles of Resident Advisors, plus additional supervisory and administrative duties. Head Resident Advisors are a key resource in after-hours assistance.
The Assistant Director of Residence Life oversees a variety of facets of the Residence Life program such as assignments, community development and programming. The Assistant Director also serves as part of the crisis response team and is available to assist with anything a student may need.
The Director of Residence Life provides leadership for all aspects of the Residence Life program including staff supervision, conflict mediation, policy enforcement, and crisis response. The Director serves as a liaison between residents and other resources on campus and is always available to assist students in creating a positive college experience.
The Office of Residence Life is part of the Department of Student Services. All Student Services Staff, including the Dean of Student Services and Associate Dean of Student Services are here to assist in promoting healthy social interaction and engagement among students both in and out of the Residence Halls.
Log into the MyFlagler Portal to see your current Residential Information
Use the link below to submit a general maintenance request (i.e., stuck window, door will not close, light out, bathroom faucet dripping). For emergency request (i.e., loss of electrical power, burst pipes, overflowing toilets, showers or fixtures) please contact the Office of Safety and Security at (904) 819-6200.
If you need to see Residence Life about room changes, applying to be an Residence Advisor or maintenance concerns use the link below to set up a time to speak with our office.
Resident students may request one (1) guest stay overnight for a maximum of two (2) nights and only one (1) guest per room allowed. For more information on overnight guests please refer to the Student Handbook. NO GUESTS allowed during the first and last week of the semester, Finals Week, Spring Break, or Thanksgiving Week. Students must register their overnight guests by submitting an Overnight Guest Request Form and cash payment to the Office of Student Services during regular business hours.
Cost: $3.00 per night if submitted 3 business days prior; $10.00 per night if submitted less than 3 business days prior; $50.00 per night for each un-registered guest.
Per the Flagler College Residence Hall Policy Contract, the College is not responsible for theft or damage to a student's personal property or belongings. It is strongly recommended that all students purchase renter's insurance to cover damage or loss of personal property. If you would like to request an exception to this policy please complete the form below.
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Residence Life is here to help you in any way we can. If you need assistance or have questions that you are not able to answer on our site, please contact us. You may stop by our office which is located in Ponce de Leon Hall and open Monday – Friday, 8:00am – 8:00pm, or utilizing the information listed below. If you need immediate assistance outside normal business hours, please contact Flagler Security at 904-819-6200 and they can connect you with the appropriate staff member.
Assistant Director of Residence Life
Students are strongly encouraged to acquire Renter's Insurance for their belongings. Some homeowner's insurance policies may cover belongings of a student living on-campus, so please review your family's homeowner's insurance policy, if any, to determine applicability of coverage for personal property while living on campus. You can also purchase a Renter's Insurance policy through various insurance companies.
Please note that Flagler College, the Department of Student Services, and the Office of Residence Life are not responsible for a student's belongings in the event of damage, fire, sprinkler discharge, hurricanes, etc., per the terms and conditions of the Flagler College Resident Hall Policy Contract. Students are encouraged to obtain their own personal and property loss insurance.
A large part of the educational experience at a residential college is life on campus. For this reason, all Freshman must live on campus unless they have received prior approval from the Office of Admissions. Transfer students who have completed less than 24 semester hours of credit are also required to live on campus unless otherwise approved by the Office of Admissions. For returning students, housing is assigned on a first-come, first-served basis, regardless of the student’s year in College. For students who enroll for the fall semester, housing contracts are for the full academic year; thus, the student is responsible for the yearly room and board charges, as stated in the Flagler College Catalog. Students entering Flagler in January will contract for housing for the spring semester only. Students who will graduate in December, or students who will study away in the spring, should contact the Office of Residence Life regarding revision of the housing contract.
Signing of the Flagler College Contract for Student Housing and the submission of the required deposit serves as a binding agreement to fully pay for room and board for the associated academic year. Students wishing to discuss this policy further must submit an e-mail to the Dean of Student Services at firstname.lastname@example.org