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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 freshman! The main building is used primarily as a residence hall for women.

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 dorm 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.

Floor Plans

 

Amenities for Ponce Hall

  • 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
    • One of each for every TWO students per room, meaning a double occupancy room will have one fridge and microwave, and a triple or quad room will have two fridges and microwaves.
  • 24/7 security
  • Campus-wide Wi-Fi and tech support

If you wish to have cable service in your room please contact Comcast at 1-877-530-1219.

Student Aolani Cavida 1035x585

Room Tour

with Aolani Cavida

Contact Residence Life

Location
Student Services room 224,
2nd floor, Ringhaver Student Center

Office Hours
Monday-Friday
8AM - 8PM

Contact a Staff Member

Michelle Holland
Director of Residence Life
mholland@flagler.edu
(904) 819-6307

Amy Chapman
Assistant Director of Residence Life
AChapman@flagler.edu
(904)819-6459

Students seated on couches in the Abare Hall commons