74 King Street
St. Augustine, FL 32084
Phone: (800) 304-4208
$14,510 tuition and fees
March 1 application deadline
March 1 accepted
Flagler College is a private institution that was founded in 1968. It has a total undergraduate enrollment of 2,753, its setting is suburban, and the campus size is 42 acres. It utilizes a semester-based academic calendar. Flagler College's ranking in the 2012 edition of Best Colleges is Regional Colleges (South), 10. Its tuition and fees are $14,510 (2011-12).
Flagler College is a private, residential college located in the northeast section of Florida in the city of St. Augustine, Fla. Students admitted to the college have the opportunity to choose from more than 30 student clubs and organizations as well as more than 10 intramural sports. Although there is no existing Greek life on campus, there are social clubs and honor fraternities for students interested in participating. All freshmen are required to live on campus during their first year unless they are within commuting distance. Ponce De Leon Hall, the central building on campus, is a National Historic Landmark and holds roughly 480 female students as well as a dining hall. Known as the Saints, Flagler College is a member of the Peach Belt Conference in the NCAA Division II.
St. Augustine, Fla. has the distinction of being the nation’s oldest city, as well as the oldest European settlement in the United States. Flagler College offers a trip to Disney World at the beginning of the academic year for all first year students admitted to the school. For students interested in making trips off campus, they are less than 100 miles from Orlando, Daytona Beach, Fla., and Jacksonville, Fla. The campus is located roughly four miles from the Atlantic Ocean.
School mission (as provided by the school):
Flagler College's founding principle was to provide a quality education at a reasonable cost; consequently, tuition and fees are approximately half the national average of comparable institutions. Faculty are selected and appointed on the basis of their commitment to the teaching and advising of students. Class size is small. Emphasis is placed upon class attendance, and a zero-tolerance policy on the use of illegal drugs is strictly enforced. The College offers 32 student organizations, 13 intercollegiate athletic teams, and encourages community service.
School type - private, coed college
Year founded - 1968
Religious affiliation - N/A
Academic calendar - semester
Setting - suburban
2010 Endowment - $43,124,240
Selectivity - selective
Fall 2010 acceptance rate - 56%
Application deadline - March 1
SAT/ACT scores must be received by - March 1
Class sizes -
Student-faculty ratio - 18:1
4-year graduation rate - 50% - Medium
Five most popular majors for 2010 graduates -
Business, Management, Marketing, and Related Support Services 21% Education 14% Communication, Journalism, and Related Programs 13%