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Residence Halls

While living on Flagler College’s campus, you will be making a home away from home. The Office of Residence Life is committed to ensuring that the well-being, safety, and comfort of all residents are a top priority. We work closely with our Office of Security and our Facilities Department to ensure that these items remain a priority from the second you move in your first year; to the last time you close your residence hall door after graduation.

Our five residence halls offer a plethora of features and amenities that ensure you will be living in a fun and functional environment that is focused on connecting you to the larger Flagler College experience. Furthermore, the residence halls are designed to help support you through both your academic and social goals.

For more information regarding the amenities featured throughout all of our halls, and the styles of living, please click the link below:

Types of Housing

First-Year Students

As a first-year student, you will live in one of four Residence Halls: Cedar Hall, the FEC Towers, Lewis Hall, or Ponce Hall. These halls are designed to help build a community and network of support as you navigate your first-year on Flagler College’s campus. Furthermore, RA programming is focused on ideas and values of learning how to be independent, building an inclusive network of support, and learning how to navigate the college experience.

Upper-class Students

Upper-class students have the opportunity to live within any residence hall on campus, including our newest residence hall, Abare Hall. They will find themselves surrounded in communities that help to build on the foundations that they learned their first year on campus, while providing mentoring opportunities for first-year students in the halls.

 

 

Residence Halls

Students walk in front of Abare Hall

Abare Hall

Flagler College's newest residence hall, Abare Hall opened its doors in August 2017.

Cedar Hall

Cedar Hall

Cedar Hall is conveniently located a short distance south of campus.

FEC Towers

FEC Towers

Formerly the Florida East Coast Railway Buildings, our FEC towers have undergone renovations and now serve as residence halls for our students.

Ponce Hall.

Ponce de Leon Hall

Built by Henry Flagler, the Hotel Ponce de Leon was once a lavish escape for the wealthy elite. Now, it's a place you may call home as a student!

Students walk in front of Lewis Hall

Lewis Hall

Lewis House welcomes all Flagler residents. The building was completed in 1987 but was recently renovated.

Amenities for all residence halls

  • Security controlled card access
  • Free laundry facilities with live web access showing available machines
  • Common areas with flat-screen TVs
  • Twin-sized extra-long beds
  • Closet/wardrobe, and dresser for each student
  • Desk and chair for each student
  • Microfridge and microwave
  • 24/7 security
  • Campus-wide Wi-Fi and tech support are available

Flagler is also home to a number of centralized amenities—all within easy walking access from the halls—to be shared by students, faculty, and staff around campus. They include:

  • Three dining locations, including Dining Hall, P.O.D., and The Bistro (home to Chick-Fil-A and Boar’s Head Deli)
  • Swimming pool with lounge area
  • Recreation area featuring pool, air hockey, and video games
  • Flat-screen TVs with cable
  • Computer labs with print stations
  • Access to an all-student Fitness Center and sand Volleyball court

Contact Residence Life

Office Hours
Monday - Friday
8AM - 5PM

Location

Student Services Room 224,
2nd floor, Ringhaver Student Center

Students seated on couches in the Abare Hall commons