The College has four residence halls, one for women, two for men, and one for both men and women. Ponce De Leon Hall, a fully restored masterpiece of Spanish Renaissance architecture built as a resort hotel in 1887, houses approximately 480 female students and is the central building on campus. The other female residence hall is located at the Florida East Coast Towers and houses approximately 130 females. The three men’s residence halls are Lewis House, a residence hall for approximately 180 men; Cedar Hall, housing approximately 104 men; and the Florida East Coast Towers, housing approximately 130 males. All residence halls are card access security controlled, have their own laundry facilities, and are located within easy walking distance of other campus facilities including classrooms, faculty and administrative offices, the Library, the Dining Hall, the Student Center and recreational facilities.
For all residence halls, the beds are twin-sized XL. There are bunk beds in some rooms, and these can be un-bunked if the residents desire it. All bathrooms have showers; no bathtubs are available. All rooms are furnished with each student having a bed, closet/wardrobe, dresser, desk, and desk chair. Linens, bedding and pillows must be provided by the student.
The campus is also conveniently located in historic downtown St. Augustine, with shops, restaurants and the waterfront just a short walk away. St. Augustine Beach, a popular place to live for many upperclassmen, is across the Bridge of Lions, about four miles from campus. For more information about each specific residence hall or the greater Flagler community please select a link below.
*The circled numbers do not reflect true occupancy values.