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Ponce Hall courtyard

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! 

When Henry Flagler designed his hotel, each room was given a unique layout so guests would have different experiences each time they returned. When the hotel was converted into residence halls, each residence hall room kept its unique qualities. Rooms range in size and layout, from single room, which are quite uncommon, double, triple, and even quadruple occupancy. That means no matter which room you're assigned, it will be completely unique!

You'll likely have at least one roommate (remember, single rooms are rare), so we match up roommates based on student housing forms, which help us pair you with someone with similar interests.

Ponce Hall is centered around the core value of Thoughtful Stewardship. Residents who live within the hall will find themselves immersed within a residential community that values the historic aspects of Flagler College, while also celebrating our push into the future. RAs program around ideas and values of celebrations of historic heritages, insights into the future of our community, and ways in which we can build a narrative that explores all aspects of Flagler College and our experiences.


Floor Plans

  • Laundry Rooms on most floors
  • Trash cans on every floor


Contact Residence Life

Office Hours
Monday - Friday
8AM - 5PM


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

Students seated on couches in the Abare Hall commons