Flagler College purchased and converted what once were the Florida East Coast Railway Buildings into our FEC residence halls. The halls have added beauty and even more historic significance to the Flagler College campus since their purchase in 2006. The FEC Towers serve as the sophomore housing on campus.
The three towers, constructed in 1922, 1923, and 1926, served as the headquarters for the Florida East Coast Railway for decades. The FEC Towers provide an opportunity for residents to live in private, double-occupancy rooms on campus. They're just a 10-minute walk from the campus center.
The Complex is centered on the core value of Citizenship with Integrity.
Residents who live within the halls find themselves immersed in a residential community that values honesty, respect for our community, and the ways in which our actions impact larger communities. RAs program around the values of giving back to the local community, building better relationships with each other, and individual responsibility.
Amenities in the FEC Towers
- A laundry room on the first floor of C Tower
- Trash cans on every floor
- Personal closets
- In-room sinks and private bathrooms