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  • City Commissioners and three SGA members get group shot with honorific document in the center.

    SGA honored during FL City Government Week

    Oct 30
    The Flagler College Student Government Association was honored Monday at City hall during Florida City Government Week.
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    Adult & Continuing Education to offer new certifications and courses

    Oct 29
    Flagler College’s Adult & Continuing Education launched new courses in its Corporate Training & Professional Development program (CTPD), which includes over 75 new online certification and training courses. Courses can begin anytime, according to the student’s scheduling needs.
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    Lifelong Learning back in session

    Oct 22
    The Adult and Continuing Education program’s Fall B semester for Lifelong Learning begins on Oct. 28. New classes to be offered include the Wine International Tour Series, Spanish Gypsy Skirt Dance, Smooth Jazz Guitar and Afro-Caribbean Dance. Classes meet once a week for six weeks and are affordable, non-degree seeking courses.
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    Gargoyle finalist for prestigious award for online journalism

    Oct 15
    The Gargoyle, Flagler College’s student-led online newspaper, is a finalist for an Online Pacemaker award through the Associated Collegiate Press (ACP), one of the preeminent national college media associations and contests in the country. The Gargoyle has been a finalist once before.
  • Group of families with tools in hand ready to go out for their service project.

    Saints Weekend a fun-filled success

    Oct 10
    This year, Saints with their friends and families, reunited for the inaugural Saints Weekend (formerly Family Weekend) from Sept. 27-29. A wide variety of events took place both on Flagler’s campus and out in the St. Augustine community in order to take in everything St. Augustine has to offer. Over 150 families, as well as Flagler College faculty and staff, participated in the fun-filled weekend.
  • Students doing design work as a team.

    Second-annual Designathon to bring free design to local nonprofits

    Oct 9
    Flagler College will host the second-annual “Designathon” beginning Friday, Nov. 8 at 3 p.m. During this 24-hour event, a team of graphic design students, faculty and alumni will offer their creative services pro bono to local nonprofit organizations to assist with branding and advertising.
  • Group of people with scissors cutting the official ribbon to open the dining hall.

    Kitchen's serving areas renovated in historic Ponce de Leon Hall building

    Oct 4
    Historic Ponce de Leon Hall’s kitchen and serving area renovation project was completed this summer. Construction work began on May 6 and the dining hall opened on Saturday, Aug. 24, for the first day of move-in for incoming students.
  • Dr. Keys at a podium looking to her left at her presentation slide which is currently showing the state of Florida.

    Professor presents on Florida’s coastal risk and sea level rise

    Jun 21
    On June 14, Dr. Leslee Keys, assistant professor and director of historic preservation and special initiatives, presented at the 2019 Post-Legislative Conference with the Property Appraisers’ Association of Florida (PAAF).
  • Dr. Proctor on the left handing a check to Dr. Denise Bossy on the right. They are looking at each other.

    HSARI recognizes scholarship on the Yamasee Indians for Proctor award

    Jun 6
    The Historic St. Augustine Research Institute, a group that contributes to local historic preservation efforts, have awarded their annual William L. Proctor award of $1,000 to Dr. Denise Bossy for her most recent book, “The Yamasee Indians From Florida to South Carolina” (University of Nebraska Press, 2018) for its outstanding scholarly work pertaining to the Yamasee Indians. HSARI hosts this juried award competition for writing focused in the areas of history, archaeology and historic architecture related to St. Augustine.
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    Flagler’s Legacy Historic Tours begins summer hours today

    May 20
    Tours of the Hotel Ponce de Leon, a national historic landmark now home to Flagler College, kicks off its summer schedule today by running tours on the hour starting at 10 a.m. through 3 p.m. each day.
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    Two new trustees tapped for Flagler College Board

    May 14
    Angela Brav, a hospitality industry veteran, and Bradley Brown, corporate treasurer for Ally Financial, Inc. are the newest trustees of the Flagler College Board of Trustees. Their tenures will begin on May 23.
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    Focus on students, anniversary, moves Flagler Giving Day to March

    Mar 6
    On Wednesday, March 13, Flagler College will launch its annual Giving Day fundraiser for student scholarships. New this year in honor of the college’s 50th anniversary is a 50 Hour Giving Challenge in which the college has been tasked by an anonymous donor to gain a total of at least 500 donors in 50 hours. If the college can complete the challenge, it will receive an additional $25,000 grant. The challenge will run from March 13 at 8 a.m. through March 15 at 10 a.m.
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    Tracy Upchurch appointed mayor of St. Augustine

    Mar 4
    Tracy Upchurch, director of the Frank D. Upchurch Sr. endowed Law Program at Flagler College, has been appointed mayor of St. Augustine following a unanimous vote by the City Commission on March 4. Upchurch was selected for the position after Mayor Nancy Shaver resigned to concentrate on her recovery from a stroke.
  • Two students standing at graduation

    Flagler College graduates 169 during commencement ceremonies

    Dec 17
    On Saturday, Dec. 15, Flagler College handed out diplomas to 153 seniors, including 43 locals from St. Johns County, in the college’s gymnasium. Flagler College’s Public Administration (PAD) Program graduated 16 in the college’s Lewis Auditorium, including eight locals.
  • Commencement speaker Dr. Jenny Zorn stands at the podium in front of 153 graduating seniors.

    Fall 2018 Commencement

    Dec 15
    Flagler College held its fall commencement ceremony at the Flagler College Gymnasium on Saturday, Dec. 15, for approximately 153 graduating seniors. Sixteen students also graduated from Flagler College’s Public Administration (PAD) Program at 4 p.m. in the college’s Lewis Auditorium.
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    Model UN team wins two awards at southern regional conference

    Dec 6
    by Jayda Barnes, '20 Flagler College’s Model UN team attended the 29th annual Southern Regional Model United Nations (SRMUN) conference Nov. 15-17. The team won Best Delegation in United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and overall Honorable Delegation.
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    Flagler’s fall commencement to be held Dec. 15

    Dec 4
    Flagler College will hold its fall commencement ceremony Saturday, Dec. 15, for graduating seniors. Approximately 153 students will receive diplomas at the Flagler College Gymnasium.
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    Flagler’s Legacy expands tour schedule for holiday season

    Dec 1
    Just in time for the holidays, historical tours of Flagler College’s Hotel Ponce de Leon will begin to run on the hour, every hour, between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. beginning Monday, Dec. 17. The expanded tour schedule will last until Dec. 31.
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    Flagler student creates connections within homeless community

    Nov 20
    by Jayda Barnes, '20 Autumn Stanish, ’19, has taken on several projects to understand the circumstances of homelessness in St. Augustine. Stanish, an English major, began by writing a book for her honors program senior capstone project, which detailed anecdotal accounts of living in St. Augustine by members of the city’s homeless community. Under the working title, “Street People: Monologues from the Homeless of St. Augustine,” the book seeks to uncover Stanish’s questions on why homelessness is an issue in St. Augustine and why many people of the homeless community are drawn to St. Augustine as their city of residence.
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    Award-winning children’s book author to visit campus with free events offered

    Nov 15
    On Saturday, Dec. 1, all are invited to hear readings from the book series "The Adventures of Charlie Pierce” by Harvey E. Oyer III. The event is free and open to the public starting at 11 a.m. in the Lewis Auditorium with a lecture, meet and greet and book signing.
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