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      Framework for COVID-19 key community health indicators and metrics

      Jul 13
      Flagler College continues to closely monitor the rapidly evolving conditions of the COVID-19 pandemic. Our first priority was establishing a Reopening Plan that makes clear the health and safety protocols for our campus in the Fall. Our next priority is regular and public communication of the local conditions for the virus and what that means for our on-campus operations.
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      Kristine Roberts named Flagler College COVID-19 Coordinator

      Jul 10
      Kristine Roberts will transfer from her current role to the temporary appointment as Flagler College’s new COVID-19 coordinator, a position that will see her working closely with the College’s Reopening Task Forces as plans continue to develop for a return to face-to-face classes in the fall. Roberts, who most recently served as an administrative assistant in the College’s Education Department, will report to the Assistant to the President and work in collaboration to plan, develop and implement all aspects for COVID-19 prevention, preparedness and response efforts.
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      Orientation goes virtual with Roar Up!

      Jul 8
      This year to help make our future Saints feel welcomed and prepared for the fall semester ahead, the Division of Student Affairs is planning an on-demand virtual orientation experience called Roar Up! The new event will feature even more campus office participation, as being a fully-online event actually helps include more Flagler offices and departments. Currently, Roar Up! is planned for July 13-17.
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      Flagler College releases Reopening Task Force Report for fall semester

      Jul 7
      As Flagler College continues to chart a new course through the ongoing COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic and prepare campus for a return to face-to-face classes on campus this fall, our Reopening Task Forces have developed a framework for a healthy Flagler community.
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      Flagler College joins Pledge St. Johns County with commitment to making campus safe

      Jun 30
      Flagler College has joined Pledge St. Johns County, a new community program for businesses and organizations who agree to commit to CDC guidelines and ensure St. Johns County residents, visitors, and employees are safe and comfortable in their establishments in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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      Flagler adds online certificate in nonprofit management

      Jun 17
      Nonprofit professionals and volunteers who want to create a positive impact on the community can now earn a Certificate in Nonprofit Management through Flagler College’s Adult and Continuing Education (ACE) program.
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      New sorority recruiting this fall

      Jun 16
      Alpha Sigma Alpha is coming to the Flagler campus starting Fall 2020. This national Panhellenic organization is only the second to be approved for expansion at Flagler and offered as another option for student engagement under the umbrella of the Division of Student Affairs. Lambda Chi Alpha was added in 2017.
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      Public Events and Tours delayed until after Sept. 1

      Jun 11
      As Flagler College continues to develop plans to bring students back for face-to-face classes on campus this fall, our primary focus is protecting the health and safety of our students, faculty and staff. As part of this plan, the College has elected to push back decisions on allowing outside event scheduling, non-essential visitors, historic tours and other members of the public on our campus until after Sept. 1, 2020.
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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.
    • 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.
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      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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      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.
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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.
    • 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.
    • 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.
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      Kelly K. Toaston named Chief Human Resource Officer at Flagler

      Mar 2
      On. Feb. 24 President of Flagler College Joseph G. Joyner, Ed.D. announced the arrival of Kelly K. Toaston, the new Chief Human Resource Officer. She replaces Jim Springfield who will remain on staff through March to aid in the transition before retiring from the position.
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      Women’s suffrage inspires student exhibition

      Feb 27
      With the approaching centennial of the 19th amendment granting women the right to vote, Flagler College Archives Specialist Jolene DuBray and Associate Professor Laura Mongiovi thought it the perfect time to co-organize a student exhibition. The exhibition is titled, “Women Leading the Way: 19th Amendment Centennial.”
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      New chair for the Flagler College Hospitality and Tourism Management Advisory Board

      Feb 26
      Al Luciano, a 40-year hospitality industry veteran, has been named Chair of the Hospitality and Tourism Management Advisory Board at Flagler College. The next meeting of the board will be on Feb. 4 on the campus of Flagler College.
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      Forum on Government and Public Policy to host reporter Melanie Saltzman

      Feb 19
      On Wednesday, March 11, in the Lewis Auditorium at Flagler College, Melanie Saltzman, reporter and producer for "PBS NewsHour Weekend," will present a lecture titled, “The Future of Food.” This event is free and open to the public.
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