Living On Campus

Three students smile in one of two pools on Flagler campus.

Living On Campus

There's no better way to adjust to life as a Flagler Student than by living on campus. That's why we require first-year students to live on campus. It’s also why so many students choose to keep living here for the rest of their time at Flagler. 

It can also save you money. With the average monthly rent in St. Augustine at $1,890, choosing to reside on campus can translate into substantial savings of $3,500 or more per semester. And that's not counting WiFi and utilities, which are included at Flagler but not in most rent bills. 

Be free

When you live on campus, life's easier. You have free access to washers and dryers, free WiFi,  and two swimming pools to choose from. You can kayak or fish the Matanzas River with free equipment from our dock, lounge by a fire pit, or work out in our fitness facilities. Or, get some quiet time in the study spaces located throughout all five of our residence halls. 

When you're ready to eat, you can choose from a list of dining options to fit your mood. You can get a custom meal from 10 different serving stations in our opulent dining hall. Or, use an app to order up a quick meal at Chick-fil-A.  Pick up a freshly brewed coffee from the Kookaburra and a pastry or Aussie pie. Or,  just get a grab-and-go soda and snack at P.O.D. It's all included in our meal plans.

Get around with ease

You can bike, walk, or ride and be in class, downtown, or at your favorite social spot in minutes. 

Living on our beautiful campus puts you closer to your classes (and the action). All five of our residence halls are within biking and walking distance to campus and downtown shops, galleries, restaurants, and popular places to hang out. Some halls also offer free shuttle service.

Pick your place

At Flagler College, you'll find lots of living options grouped by your year.  First-year and transfer students can choose from one of four residence halls: FEC Towers or Cedar, Lewis, and Ponce de Leon halls. Read on to learn more about the experiences awaiting you when you live on campus.

Flagler College's Cedar Hall is shown.

Cedar Hall

Just a short walk from the Campus Services Building, Flagler College gym, and Theater, Cedar Hall is a 5-minute walk from the center of campus. Perks include:

  • Commons areas on every floor
  • Recreation room
  • A laundry room on the second floor
Flagler College's FEC towers are shown.

FEC Towers

The FEC Towers are connected to Abare Commons and Security and have:

  • Double rooms with private bathrooms
  • A laundry room in C Tower
  • Open-air study lounges
Flagler College's Lewis House residence hall is shown.

Lewis House

Live in Jack-and-Jill style housing just a 1-minute walk from the center of campus.  

  • Commons areas on every floor with flat-screen TVs
  • A laundry room on the 3rd floor
  • Community kitchen

Video Tour

An exterior shot of Ponce de Leon Hall

Ponce de Leon Hall

The Ponce dates to 1888 and has traditional and Jack-and-Jill-style rooms, plus:

More Benefits of Living on Campus

  • Living on campus makes it easy to walk or bike downtown and enjoy experiences like restaurants, local art, shopping, the bayfront, and Nights of Lights.
  • Living here gives you access to two campus pools, fire pits, a dock on the river, and free use of kayaks and fishing equipment.
  • You may qualify for housing grants.
  • 24/7 security. 
  • Resident Assistants (RAs) are here as built-in community builders and mediators in the halls.
  • We offer emergency maintenance if something in your room needs repair.
  • Basic medical/mental health care is right downstairs if you need it.
Dining on Campus

Every mealtime offers choices ranging from comfort food to vegan options. You can dine al fresco, on the go, or between sparkling Tiffany windows in the dining hall.

Residence Hall Video Tours

Take a peek inside our residence halls to see which one is right for you. Click the button below to view previous Livestreams for each residence hall.

What Do Residence Halls Cost?

The amount you’ll pay varies by residence hall, and whether you choose standard or single living. Click the button below to view fees for the current and upcoming year.

Types of Housing

You have lots of options when choosing where to live.  We offer private rooms, suites, gender-inclusive, and  Jack-and-Jill-style accommodations. Click below to learn more.

Sophomore Housing

As a sophomore, you'll get more exciting options for where to live. They include rooms by the river, dock, and kayak launch and a converted hotel with a resort-style pool. Take a look.

Junior/Senior Housing

Juniors and Seniors: Take a look at our newest residence halls, equipped with more options to fit your lifestyle - from hot tubs and firepits to workout facilities and king- and queen-sized beds. 

Student Spaces

As a Flagler student, our entire campus is your home. That's why we’ve filled it with gorgeous, useful, and fun spaces for you. Take a look at the places you can play, study, work out, relax, and reflect.

About the Office of Residence Life

The Office of Residence Life is here to support you with all aspects of living on-campus, providing move-in assistance, programs and activities, and more. 

Office hours:
Monday - Friday
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Student Services Room 224,
Second floor, Ringhaver Student Center 

Email Residence Life