Flagler College Tallahassee Campus
The personalized, face-to-face interaction in and out of the classroom is what defines the transformative learning experience at Flagler College Tallahassee. This past year we had to make adjustments to that experience to maintain a healthy and safe campus. With the availability of the vaccine, we are able to plan a fall semester that returns the campus to pre-pandemic operations.
While more details are being finalized and will be released soon, we wanted to share several important details about our fall semester plans.
Fall Operations Plan
The guidance issued in the document linked below is based upon the information available at the time. Operations and strategies are subject to change.
Frequently Asked Questions
We've teamed up with members of our campus to provide answers to questions you may have about our campus preparations for the fall. If you have a question not listed, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Campus and Classroom Experience
While much of the planning is still underway, we are looking forward to engaging in the campus activities, programs, and interactions with each other that we have missed over the last 15 months.
In the fall, you can anticipate classroom spaces and meeting rooms to return to normal capacity. This includes the TCC campus and the Innovation Center. Based on the regulations of TCC, they will also return all athletic competitions, student organizations, and clubs for social interaction.
There will be no mask requirement in place, but it is recommended that non-vaccinated individuals wear a mask indoors.
For the best fall experience, we are encouraging anyone who can be vaccinated to do so before returning to campus in August. Those who are vaccinated can voluntarily upload their vaccine card to the Student Health Portal to receive a free meal at the Bistro, POD, or Dining Hall and be entered into a drawing for a $300 textbook credit at the College Book Store and other giveaways.
Flagler College fosters a respectful and inclusive community, one where we respect and appreciate all individuals. To this end, it is the expectation that everyone will do their part to protect the health and well-being of the community, as well as respect and honor the decisions of others. By continuing to do this, Flagler College will be able in the fall to return to the vibrant campus that all students, faculty, and staff knew before the start of the pandemic.
If you have any questions related to COVID please send them to the following email address.
Office of Health Services
Not feeling well? Contact our dedicated team of health professionals who are here to create a healthy environment on campus.
Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF)
If you have questions related to HEERF please send them to the following email address.
COVID Situation Report
Cases and vaccines for state and counties (St. Johns, Duval, Flagler)