Adventure Literature course "Exploring the American Wilderness," gets students out of the classroom, onto the waves
Through off-campus adventures, Professor Sam McMillan hopes his students can use experiences in “the wilderness,” to gain new perspectives about the topics covered in his class.
Alumna carries skills from her Communications degree into new role as President and CEO of the National Fisheries Institute
From press relations for her family’s business of daredevil circus performers to advocating for the men and women who bring fish from the water to our tables, Flagler alumna Lisa Wallenda Picard has been telling the story of people throughout her career.
Alumna, faculty member discusses St. Augustine’s Birthday and her work with the St. Augustine Historical Society
As we recognize the 457th birthday of St. Augustine on September 8, 2022, we talked with alumna, faculty member and St. Augustine Historical Society member Jeanette Vigliotti.
Maya Angelou once famously stated that “people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” This is exactly what comes to mind when Ronnie Nichols ’97 and Rachel Wootten ’98 think of Delores Rutledge Love, a former Dining-Hall employee at Flagler College.
Alumnus and Trustee, Rick Groux, provides significant philanthropic support for Ponce restoration efforts
Most students only get the chance to live in Ponce Hall for one or two years during their time at Flagler, but Trustee and donor Rick Groux was lucky enough to spend the entirety of his college experience living there.
Flagler College seniors gathered for an intimate ceremony recognizing how far they’ve come, and their path into the future during the Fall 2022 Baccalaureate.
Flagler College celebrated Black culture and history through events held by the Black Student Union and the Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.
Campus locale sets Flagler Tourism & Hospitality Management students up for immersive field experience, expert mentorship
Students in Flagler’s Hospitality and Tourism Management (HTM) Program have the advantage of studying in a city and state with markedly robust tourism industries. The backdrop of St. Augustine’s tourism industry is a built-in training ground for HTM students and Flagler is less than 100 miles from another hotspot of Florida tourism- Orlando. On a recent excursion from campus, HTM students had the opportunity to visit Universal Orlando Resort and learn about what it takes to run such a high-level tourism venture.
Wednesday, Oct. 5, students have the opportunity to meet prospective employers and graduate schools at the Career & Graduate School Expo.
The Crisp-Ellert Art Museum is pleased to announce “Dreams of Unknown Islands: Saint Augustine,” a multisensory exhibition of work by New York-based visual artist and filmmaker, Sasha Wortzel running from March 2 to April 22, 2023.