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    • Tommaso Bagon and Sarah Schark stand next to their display board for their presentation

      There’s an app for that

      Jun 5
      SocialBite, an app to help you choose where you’d like to eat tonight, won’t exactly debut in ideal circumstances. Many of us won’t be returning to restaurants in the near future, or at least not as frequently as we once did. And once we do, we’ll just be happy to have a mediocre hamburger and probably not bicker with our friends about where to get that mediocre hamburger.
    • Wells Fargo red and yellow logo

      Flagler alumnus Christopher Catania helps by giving back as a way to make positive change

      May 30
      ​For Christopher Catania, a 2001 alumnus of Flagler College and Wells Fargo at Work Regional Manager for Florida and the Southeast, giving back to his alma mater has always been an extension of his strong belief in the importance of higher education.
    • Sarah Schark presenting

      Donor Appreciation Celebration spotlights Sarah Schark

      May 30
      The June 4 Donor Appreciation Virtual Celebration will share student stories to spotlight how donors’ generosity impacts students like Sarah Schark. Due to the generosity of donors, 92% of students receive some sort of financial assistance to help them stay active members of their campus community. This assistance comes in the forms of scholarships, funding for undergraduate research (such as Honors Day), study abroad assistance, grants, loans and various academic programs support.
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      Flagler College announces plan to return to on-campus instruction in August

      May 28
      Flagler College is developing plans to bring students back for face-to-face classes on campus this fall with a COVID-19 mitigation plan in place to ensure a healthy campus environment.
    • Jared Olson on top of rock with mountains behind him.

      Liberal Arts major finds journalistic success through his passion for social justice

      May 22
      Senior Jared Olson, ’20, published an investigative article titled “Honduras's Deadly Water Wars” in “The Nation” magazine, one of his many accomplishments throughout his journey at Flagler College.
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      Flagler’s Women of Vision awards twelve scholarships

      May 15
      The Women of Vision Advisory Board of Flagler College has recently awarded scholarships to twelve deserving female students for the 2020-2021 academic year. This number increased significantly from the seven scholarships granted in 2019-2020. The value of this year’s awards is $32,000.
    • Music program to offer two new opportunities for students

      May 13
      Beginning fall 2020, Flagler College will add an indoor percussion ensemble and a new section of applied instrument combos to its music program.
    • Graphic for St. John’s County Census 2020 count

      Flagler Footnotes talks Census 2020

      May 12
      On a recently recorded episode of Flagler Footnotes, a radio talk show on WFCF 88.5FM, guest economist for the Poverty and Statistics Bureau of the U.S. Census John Creamer filled in host Tonya Creamer on Census 2020.
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      Flagler seniors celebrated, invited to participate in December ceremony

      May 7
      While the coronavirus pandemic might have cancelled Flagler College’s Spring 2020 commencement ceremony on May 2, it didn’t stop the college from celebrating its 429 graduates who finished up their senior year through remote learning and online classes.
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      Special edition Giving Tuesday to help students in need

      May 4
      The Office of Institutional Advancement is fundraising for the Flagler College Cares: Emergency Relief Fund during a special edition of Giving Tuesday meant to provide urgent help to those hardest hit financially by COVID-19. It all kicks off at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, May 5.
    • Flagler seniors plan for next phase

      Apr 30
      As Flagler College seniors leave behind their undergraduate experience amid an unprecedented time of uncertainty, they go forward into futures unknown. Some seniors have, however, managed to continue on with their plans for a post-graduate world, cultivated prior to COVID-19 turning all the world upside down. We’re happy to share their plans as they carry on with that special Saints spirit!
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      Flagler ACE program offers 3 online courses risk free

      Apr 29
      Flagler College Adult and Continuing Education (ACE) program courses are designed to be interesting and stimulating while fostering knowledge sharing and relationship building in the community. On-campus classes are on hiatus for now, but learning, personal growth and professional development can continue online.
    • Flagler’s ACE program launches 3 free online courses

      Apr 21
      A silver lining to the “Safer at Home” policy is more free time to pursue an interest, hobby or professional development opportunity.
    • Honors Day to take place virtually

      Apr 19
      On April 21, the tenth annual Honors Day at Flagler College will go live on the College’s website to acknowledge student achievements.
    • NBA legend Cazzie Russell joins women’s basketball staff

      Apr 3
      There have been 73 No. 1 draft picks in the history of the National Basketball Association. Flagler College is lucky to have a member of that elite fraternity pacing the Flagler Gymnasium sidelines.
    • Student awarded Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings prize for essay

      Apr 2
      Abby Shidler, a junior, majoring in English and Secondary Education, is one of two students recognized for their winning submissions to the Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings Undergraduate Writing Award for 2020.
    • Live well, work well

      Apr 1
      These health and wellness tips were shared by the Flagler College Office of Human Resources in partnership with Flagler’s health insurance provider and wellness consultants. The intent is that everyone can glean something from them, so the entire Flagler Family can “Live well, work well” during this unprecedented time.
    • Softball team holding Anna Dumovich up in the middle.

      Through positivity, Flagler College softball player Anna Dumovich finds comfort in fight with cancer

      Mar 25
      Life has its ways.It is unpredictable. It is uncontrollable. It is simply unfair in ways the average human being will never be able to explain. These were all things well-known even before the coronavirus (COVID-19) confirmed all of them as the respiratory disease trickled into the United States, causing a worldwide pandemic and canceling sports across all levels of play. On March 13, the day before the Flagler College softball team was supposed to honor its teammate, who is currently battling stage 4 Hodgkin's Lymphoma, with an honorary first pitch, the unimaginable happened.
    • COM Week 2020 with Flagler version of Rosie the Riveteer

      A Chance to be Heard: Get Empowered at the COM Week 2020 Speech Competition

      Mar 4
      Do you feel like you have something to say but no one is listening? Do you want an opportunity to be heard? Well here’s your chance. Calling all English and theatre majors, aspiring writers, poets and anyone with a story, this COM Week 2020 event is for you!
    • Coronavirus Information & Update

      Mar 3
      Flagler College is monitoring the recent international outbreak of the coronavirus respiratory illness, and is closely following all guidance issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). You can find the latest information and College updates on this page.