Flagler College Tallahassee
Your Pathway to Teaching
Have your AA and looking to take the next step to teach? Your commitment to a bright future and a world of opportunity is matched at Flagler College Tallahassee. We care for our students and cultivate an inclusive and diverse community built on trust because here, you are more than just a number.
Our professors are committed to transformative learning, as they instruct with an open-door policy and adapt their teaching styles for personalized education. Plus, our professors are scholar-practitioners, meaning they are doing what they are teaching each day.
Flagler College Tallahassee will lead you on the pathway to teaching.
Programs and Majors
As you learn more about what interests you, you’ll learn more about who you are. See what our academic departments have to offer.
The Education program provides a pathway to teaching by guiding our students with the foundation for instruction, classroom management, and organizational techniques to prepare them for a rewarding career in teaching. Flagler College has produced 900+ educators within the local area, resulting in over 60 alumni being awarded "Teacher of the Year."
Ready to Learn More?
Check out our admission requirements, learn about our tuition and financial aid, or if you're already admitted, go over our admitted students checklist!
Admission is open to students who have earned an AA degree from a Florida institution or 60 transferable college credits where at least a 'C' was earned. Candidates without either will be required to complete general requirements for Flagler College.
Application Deadline for Spring 2023
Courses start on January 9 and are a mix of hybrid and online courses. Online courses will be delivered either synchronous or asynchronous.
Tuition & Financial Aid
For the 2022-2023 academic year, the cost per credit hour is $320. Many of our students qualify for financial assistance. Sources include grants, loans, scholarships, Florida Prepaid, Bright Futures, the EASE Grant, etc.
The Effective Access to Student Education (EASE) Grant is awarded to Florida residents enrolled full-time and those who have not earned a four-year degree. For the 2022 - 2023 academic year, students receive $2,000, which divides between Fall and Spring ($1,000 in Fall and $1,000 in Spring).
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