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SAINT AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA


Welcome to Flagler! Where will your college education take you? What kind of lasting impact will you leave behind? Every single part of your Flagler experience  —  from living on a one-of-a-kind campus to learning timeless academic knowledge and lessons in the real world to getting highly involved in a nurturing and fun community  —  will help you build a successful future and a lasting legacy.

“One of the Top 10 Most Beautiful Campuses in the Nation”

“Flagler College ranks 8th in the South for Best Regional Colleges”

The Princeton Review

U.S. News & World Report

“A Best College for You”

“A Hidden Treasure”

Time Magazine

Newsweek

Programs of Study

Major/Minor

Programs of Study

Major/Minor

Accounting

Major or Minor

Accounting Studies International

Major or Minor

Advertising

Minor

Advertising & Journalism

Anthropology

Minor

AnthropologyProduction Documentary

Minor Major or Minor Minor

Art History

Major or Minor

Art History Latin American Studies

Major or Minor Minor

Business Administration

Major or Minor

Coastal Environmental Science

Major

Major or Minor Major Major or Minor

Communication & Media

Minor

Creative Writing

Minor

Business Administration Latin American Coastal Environmental Studies/Spanish Science Liberal Arts Communication & Media Marketing Creative Writing

Criminology

Minor

Mathematics Criminology

Minor Minor

Economics

Major or Minor

Economics Media Studies

Major or Minor

Education, K–12 Art Deaf & Hard of Hearing Exceptional Student

Philosophy

Minor

Major

Philosophy/Religion

Major

Political Science

Major or Minor

Education, Secondary English Social Science

Major

Pre-Law

Minor

Psychology

Major or Minor

Elementary Education

Major

Public History

Minor

English

Major or Minor

Religion

Minor

Environmental Science

Minor

Sociology

Major or Minor

Finance

Minor

Fine Arts

Major or Minor

Spanish

Major or Minor

Graphic Design

Major or Minor

Sport Management

Major

History

Major or Minor

Strategic Communication (Public Relations)

Major

Honorable Entrepreneurship

Minor

Theatre Arts

Major or Minor

Illustration

Minor

Youth Ministry

Minor

Major Minor Minor Minor


FLAGLER

COLLEGE

SAINT AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA


President William T. Abare, Jr. connects with students daily.


Flagler College:

Welcome to Your Legacy Now that you’ve been admitted to Flagler College, you’re probably wondering what it means to build your legacy. How will it affect your life as a student and your life after you graduate? At Flagler College, you can have a strong impact on nearly every aspect of your experience. Think of it as a way of leaving your mark. It’s as individual as a fingerprint and no two students do it in exactly the same way.

Convocation Your formal Orientation will finish with Convocation, a traditional ceremony marking the start of the academic year and a community welcome to all first year students. During the ceremony, you will be given a railroad spike to symbolize your connection to Flagler as well as the legacy of Flagler’s founder. It’s a reminder to build a legacy of your own. Upon graduating, you’ll receive a golden spike to commemorate the legacy you’ve built and will carry forward into your successful future.

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First year orientation

Legacy Workshops Legacy Workshops focus on specific aspects of your Flagler experience, such as: • To Infinity and Beyond: Choosing a Major • Know Your Power • Building Your Own Legacy • Welcome to Planet USA! What Now? • How to Avoid the Freshman Fifteen • Keep Calm and Write It in Your Planner • Get to Know Your Flagler Saints

The Flagler First year Experience

•L  egacy workshops — to help you feel secure in your new Flagler environment and get a head start on building your legacy.

At Flagler, we know how hard it is to make the transition into college life. That’s why we’ve developed a holistic approach to help smooth your way into our distinctive environment and give

•A  cademic Sessions — to learn from Flagler faculty members the best ways to transition to Flagler and what college-level

you a step up on building your legacy, comprised of the following

work will be like.

key components:

Close Advising You’ll be assigned a First Year Advisor as soon as you confirm your intention to enroll. This isn’t just any ordinary advisor, however. Flagler First Year Advisors are drawn from faculty and

• Social events — to meet other new students and have some fun in exciting settings, such as:

• Saints Street Fair • St. Augustine Trolley Rides • Disney World Trip

staff and will work with you to ease your transition and build a foundation upon which you can achieve success. They will get

•P  arent Orientation & Social — parents are invited to network

to know you, answer your questions and concerns, help you

and get to know other Flagler parents as a way of welcoming

confirm or decide on your major and look into which Learning

them to the school.

Community will fit your needs.

Flagler Learning Communities

What sets our First Year Advisors apart is the amount of time

In Flagler’s nationally recognized Learning Communities,

they will commit to you. In addition to meeting with you

first year students experience intellectual rigor and intense

individually and in group sessions throughout the Orientation,

collaborations with professors and classmates. It’s the first step

your First Year Advisor will be available to you all summer prior

toward building your community on campus. You’ll live and

to your arrival in August. You’ll meet with your Advisor in mid-

learn with other first year students in common housing and take

September for a three-week checkup and again in mid-October to

classes within a team-taught cluster around themes or cultural

help you plan your first year spring semester schedule.

issues, such as:

Build your Legacy Orientation Flagler’s Build Your Legacy Orientation will give you a weeklong immersion into the Flagler campus and culture. It will introduce

• The Yin and Yang of Mathematics • The Entertainment Industry • The Statistical Development of Children

you to like-minded first year students and connect you to our

• Who Am I? Opportunities for Self-Understanding in Psychology and Literature

current students, staff and faculty. In addition to covering basics

• The XX Factor: Exploring the Role of Gender from the Inside Out

like how to get parking decals and identification cards, this Orientation offers an array of sessions and workshops that will leave you feeling like an old pro, including:

Flagler’s Learning Communities make it easier for you to participate in campus life beyond the classroom, will significantly improve your critical thinking skills and enable you to form bonds that will endure throughout your educational career and beyond.

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Flagler Academics:

Start with Excellence Unlimited Opportunities: The best of theory and experience. Tightly focused, high-quality academic programs. Faculty mentors and collaborative advising throughout your first year and beyond. Your academic experience at Flagler will give you the tools to create an academic legacy that leads directly to a successful future.

Measures of Flagler’s Value b Flagler’s 16 to 1 student-to-faculty

ratio and average class size of 18 students guarantees a personalized, one-on-one learning experience for all students. b Flagler’s 77% retention rate is a

testament to its strength as a caring, small college environment that fully delivers on its promise of a personalized education. b Many Flagler faculty members have

been nationally recognized, such as a humanities professor who was recently named one of “The Best 300 Professors in the Country” by The Princeton Review. b Flagler has invested more than

$20 million in enhancing students’ living and learning environments, including state-of-the art computer labs, wireless residence halls, the Gamache-Koger Theatre, the Ringhaver Student Center and the Proctor Library  —  each outfitted with the latest technology.

“Flagler College has been a rich and exciting journey that has helped me discover who I am and where I am going. My time here has prepared me for today as well as tomorrow. The task is life — Flagler gives us the tools to approach it in the most unique and successful way.”

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Anthony J. Coy Deaf Education/ Elementary education Hilliard, OH


WHAT KIND OF FUTURE WILL YOU BUILD? Flagler’s character-based approach to education will put you in a thoughtful community that values good citizenship, high ethical standards, civility and integrity — building blocks that will help you become someone who leaves a positive influence on this campus. In Flagler’s highly focused academic environment, you can choose from among our select 29 majors and 34 minors. From there, you can move into a Business Administration program that has been named one Flagler College students develop career-building skills through Enactus,

of the top business accounting programs in Florida

an international nonprofit organization that pairs them with business and

by AccountingCareersforDummies.com. Or strong

higher education professionals to help them become socially responsible

programs in Psychology and Education. A highly

leaders. Flagler has won the U.S. Enactus National Championship three

respected pre-law program that incorporates law

times and gone on to represent the United States in the Enactus World Cup.

school practice directly into the classroom could prepare you to attend some of the nation’s best law

Flagler students travel with faculty to Assisi, Italy to get an up-close view of some of the most famous art in the world.

schools. Flagler also offers a nationally certified program in Deaf Education, preparing you for both a state certification and a nationally recognized Council on Education of the Deaf certification. Graduates of the Deaf Education program enjoy 100% career placement. Our Sport Management program was the first program of its kind approved by the Commission on Sport Management Accreditation.

“I believe that we can rival business schools in the job we do in educating students and preparing them to be entrepreneurs. By placing 16th in the Enactus World Cup, Flagler College demonstrates how we help students see themselves as entrepreneurs who can add value to their communities and profit from their passions.” Flagler President William T. Abare, Jr. “Private Colleges Need to Foster Entrepreneurship” Huffington Post — 11/7/13

Study Abroad: From Flagler, You impact The World Imagine taking an early morning bus ride up Mount Parnassus to Delphi, the legendary

b Costa Rica: Latin American Studies

location of the famous Greek oracle…or a walk through the Tower of London…or

b Greece and Turkey: Political Science

catching a firsthand view of communal life in India…your Flagler education will take you

b Italy: Art and Religion

all across the world in a variety of ways  —  from faculty-led excursions to independent study and trips within the U.S. Recent faculty-led study trips include:

b Belize: Natural Sciences b Australia: Sport Management

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Flagler Faculty:

What Kind of Partner Will You Be? Experts & Friends: Flagler’s distinguished faculty are experts in their respective fields and dedicated and passionate teachers. In their classrooms, collaboration and mentoring are the rule, not the exception. Within a small community of learners, they will get to know you as a colleague.

Dr. Wayne Riggs uses old St. Augustine to teach a history class.

“The Flagler faculty constantly searches out ways to enable our students to gain practical experience in the real world. These experiences help them make important decisions about who they are going to become as working professionals and what kind of contribution they will make. And our students are just as engaged as we are in this process. For example, many regularly present at professional conferences. In some respects we see them as apprentices, as junior partners. We set high expectations of our students and they live up to them. They are the heart and soul of Flagler.” Dr. Wayne Riggs Assistant Professor of History

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In addition to his well-known public and civic service, Assistant Professor of Business Tracy Upchurch goes above and beyond to advise students.

Student-Faculty Collaborations What you will do with Flagler faculty: help them edit and publish articles in national newspapers, tour the European battlefields of WWII, collaborate on researching Pinterest, connect to the art world of New York City, secure internships in national accounting firms, and learn how to collect environmental data.

Real-World Scholars Flagler’s faculty have earned degrees from some of the best colleges and universities in the country, such as Columbia University and Vassar College; become Fulbright scholars; and had real-world occupations, such as owner of a full-service design agency, White House Bureau Chief and CBS News Anchor; and earned national recognition, such as a pre-law professor who ranks among the top 10% (IDEA)* nationwide as an undergraduate teacher of law courses. *Individuals with Disabilities Education Act

“Flagler College is more like a family to me than just a college. Every one of my professors knows me on a first name basis and they keep in touch after I’m no longer in their classes. I know I have the support of my peers. Flagler is a place where your achievements, no matter how small, are always recognized by someone.”

A graduate of Flagler’s highly regarded Education program, Margaret Fegan ’13 is a 3rd grade teacher at Terwilliger Elementary School in Gainesville, FL.

Thomas Reinard Business Administration/Marketing Copake, NY

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Flagler Experience:

What Kind of Professional Will You Be? Your Flagler education is designed to get you into the world and start building your professional legacy. Whether you’re landing on-the-job internships at nationally known companies like Merrill Lynch and CNN, conducting environmental research on Florida estuaries in our new Coastal Environmental Science major, traveling the world or exploring the roots of American history less than a mile from campus, you’ll gain professional experience that will help you get into a career or graduate school.

Fine Arts & Graphic Design graduate Ryan Tempro ’13 curates art at MoMA through a New York Arts Practicum Internship.

Recent Flagler Internships American Red Cross Anthropoligie Arthur Vining Davis Foundation Big Brothers, Big Sisters Buzz Magazine Cannes Film Festival Channel 1 Networks Channel 4 WJXT Clear Channel Coldwell Banker

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Dateline NBC Daytona 500 Disney College Program Dow Advantage PR Group Habitat for Humanity Home Depot Howard Stern Show Jacksonville Jaguars Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra Merrill Lynch Miami Heat

MOM Brands MTV National Estuarine Research National Park Service New York Rangers Northwestern Mutual Office of Congressman John Mica Orlando Magic Price Waterhouse Coopers LLC Pro World Service Corps — Belize

Sports Illustrated St. Augustine Youth Services St. John’s County Health State Attorney Office USA Sports Academy Walt Disney World Washington Redskins Wettzman Advertising World News Tonight


Flagler Academic Teams

Legacy building experience

Number of national championships Flagler’s

Flagler students actively participate in a wealth of

chapter for the Society For Advanced Management

experience-based academic projects, such as:

(SAM) has earned: 9 Conducting authentic research on salt and Institutions who have won more SAM national

freshwater estuaries at the Guana Tolomato

championships than any other undergraduate

Matanzas National Estuarine Research Reserve

college in the organization’s history: Flagler

(GTM Research Reserve).

Number of Society of Professional Journalists

Going on an archaeological investigation of a

Region 3 awards: 17

St. Augustine tavern owned by one of the original Spanish settlers dating back to the late 1700s.

Communications alumna Brittany Lutz ’06 got an internship at MTV that led directly to her job as Production Manager.

Creating an Internet-based multimedia archive to shed light on the St. Augustine Civil Rights movement.

Caption to come student om left is going to Duke University for her MBA.

Acquiring professional skills by working in state-of-the-art facilities such as the college radio station — WFCF — which broadcasts at 10,000 watts, compared to the 100 watts of most other college stations in the U.S. Organizing a relief drive in record-setting time and helping New Jersey victims clean debris from Hurricane Sandy. Flagler hosts the Northeast Region headquarters for the Florida Public Archaeology Network (FPAN), as well as the Historic St. Augustine Research Institute, a joint venture among the college, the University of Florida and the St. Augustine Foundation.

JD Metrie ’09, a sports management major at Flagler, is the Director of Stadium Operations at the 11,000-seat home of the Jacksonville Suns, AA affiliate of the Miami Marlins.

Flagler alumni David Hanvey and Chip McGraw, both advisors with Merrill Lynch Wealth Management in St. Augustine, credit Flagler with their success and often hire Flagler students as interns.

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Flagler Outcomes:

What Kind of Success Will You Achieve? Unlimited Futures: Flagler alumni climb mountains — literally. You’ll find them working on hit TV shows like “Glee,” rebranding the Tampa Bay Rays or ascending Mt. Kilimanjaro. They are high impact people: interesting, community building, driven and successful, using their Flagler educations to make the world a better place.

Lou Dubois ’06 is the Social Media/Net Desk Editor for NBC News and the “Today” show in New York City. While at Flagler, he interned with the Associated Press and Sports Illustrated.

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Unparalleled ACHIEVERS Among Flagler’s notable alumni, you’ll find James Scheideman ’94, Retired Air Force Major/Fighter Pilot; Lisa Picard ’92, Vice President, Scientific and Regulatory Affairs at National Turkey Federation; Brian Foxworthy ’05, Managing Reporting Business Analyst, Artisan Partners; JP Clark ’09, Assistant Players Skills Coach — Los Angeles Clippers; Amy Thompson ’06, Strategic Partner Manager-Google; and Laura Hill ’98, Vice President of Communications-PGA Tour.

Career Building Flagler’s career services integrated into all aspects of your time at Flagler — clubs, classes and activities on campus — help ensure that you graduate on time and are well prepared to step into graduate programs or the professional world. In addition, well-known companies like Merrill Lynch visit campus to conduct interviews Michelle Rogers ’06, a Flagler Communications alumna, is the PR & Social Media Account Director for Lane Communications Group in NYC. She credits Enactus with helping her get started on her career.

and ongoing events like our Wednesday with Employers program ground students in planning and networking.

Business major Kristy McDaniels ’13 (left), interned at Merrill Lynch and is earning a Master of Management Studies (MMS) at Duke University.

Andy Rogers ’07, Post Production Manager for Triple Threat TV in Stamford, Conn., works with ESPN, MTV and other major networks.

“My time at Flagler was beneficial in many ways. My professors had high expectations but gave me the support I needed to succeed. Their professionalism and dedication helped foster my passion for Deaf Education. The high level of academics more than prepared me, not only for teaching, but for my graduate work — it instilled a drive to further my education and expand my involvement in education beyond the classroom. I went to Flagler expecting to gain the preparation I needed to do a specific job. Instead, I discovered a passion for a career that is continuing to unfold and evolve. I love my work, and am so grateful that Flagler set me on this path.” Becca Jackson ’02 Deaf Education Senior Research Analyst-Social Dynamics, LLC Washington, D.C.

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Flagler alums excel in the competitive financial world in New York City. Theresa Owens ’04, middle, graduated in three years from Flagler and is currently Director of Operations of Americas Management for UBS AG, where she manages global business relationships in the U.S. and Central and South America. She got her master’s from Fordham University and previously worked for Bear Stearns and Merrill Lynch. Jessica Minch ’06, left, is a consultant for WorkSmart, LLC where she works with global manufacturers who sell their products in Macy’s, Target and other nationally known stores. She got her start as co-captain of Flagler’s Enactus team. Robert Rouser ’91 is Managing Director and Head of U.S. Equity Research for Barclay’s, leading a department of nearly 200 investment professionals regarded as one of the most respected research departments on Wall Street.


Daphne Pariser ’13, from Calabasas CA., is a Flagler psychology major who earned a grant to work at New York University and was chosen to participate in the National Science Foundation’s Research Experience for Undergraduates Program.

Mirva Lempianinen ’04, Turku, Finland, a communications major at Flagler, is a freelance journalist who works in New York City six months a year and travels the world the other six to develop articles for international magazines.

Katelyn Bonnevier ’13, a Flagler communications and graphic design major, had a one-of-a-kind social media internship with Jacksonville Fashion Week (JFW), a multi-event fashion production featuring local, regional and national designers.

Flagler Alumni in Graduate School

Where Flagler Graduates Work

Flagler Graduates in Law School

Columbia University

“World News Tonight”

Baylor University

The Catholic University

AOL/Time Warner

Boston University

Duke University

Applum App Design

Duke University

Harvard University

Bank of America

Florida Coastal

Johns Hopkins University

Barclay’s

Florida State University

New York University

Boston Celtics

Fordham University

The Ohio State University

CBS/FOX

George Washington University

Pepperdine University

Dow Jones Company

Georgetown University

Princeton Theological Seminary

ESPN

New York University

Savannah College of Art & Design

Florida School for the Deaf and Blind

Northwestern University

School of the Visual Arts

Florida State Attorney’s Office

Notre Dame University

University College, London

“Good Morning Nashville”

Pepperdine University

University of Chicago

Google

Roger Williams

University of Florida

Jacksonville Jaguars

Tulane University

University of Michigan

Merrill Lynch

University of California, Los Angeles

University of North Carolina

Motorola

University of California, Berkeley

at Chapel Hill

MTV

University of Chicago

University of Notre Dame

NASA

University of Florida

Vanderbilt University

NBC

University of Iowa

University of California, Berkeley MBA

Northrop Grumman

University of Miami

Columbia Theological Seminary

Nike

University of North Carolina

Gallaudet University

PNC Bank

Johns Hopkins University

Saatchi & Saatchi, London

Princeton Theological Seminary

United States Coast Guard

at Chapel Hill

Universal Studios Florida U.S. Food and Drug Administration The Washington Times The White House HGTV’s “Designed to Sell” Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Association World Golf Village

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Flagler Student Life:

What Kind of Leader Will You Be? Unlimited Community: What you’ll discover at Flagler: a campus that is a national historic monument, more than 40 award-winning student-led organizations, a small campus where you constantly run into people you know. What you’ll become: confident, involved, resourceful, caring and fun…this is your campus legacy.

This is living Living on Flagler’s safe and beautiful campus puts you at the heart of the Flagler experience. You’ll live in attractive and well-kept residence halls within walking distance of classrooms, the Proctor Library, faculty offices, the Dining Hall, the Ringhaver Student Center and more. You’ll be in on everything on this very active campus and make friends you’ll know for the rest of your life.

“I’m involved in a lot of clubs on campus. I’m president of Phi Alpha Omega, a sorority focused on community service. We do things like running a dodge ball tournament for the Lupus Foundation of America, and in doing them, get to the heart of what Flagler is all about. We have fun here, we help each other and those in need and do it all in such a beautiful place...I’m constantly texting photos of it to friends. Just looking at this campus can make you happy.” Nicole Del Bene Business Administration Brick, NJ

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your To-Do-List Try a Midnight Breakfast, stroll the Art Walk, attend the Alumni Office sponsored Coffee Break on Wednesdays, test your skill at Quidditch during Flagler’s annual Harry Potter Month, see nationally known writers like Dennis Lehane, become a volunteer firefighter for the Flagler Beach Fire Department, hear inspiring stories of survival on Refugee Awareness Day, cheer on Flagler’s men’s soccer team.

Flagler’s famous Dining Hall in the historic Hotel Ponce De Leon will surround you with ornate handcarved wood and Tiffany stained glass windows. It is one of the most unique dining halls in the country.

Campus Clubs Student Government Association (SGA) Campus Activity Board (CAB) Active Minds Archaeology Club Association of Fundraising Professionals Black Student Association (BSA) Best Buddies CRU Catholic College Fellowship Club Unity Deaf Awareness Club Flagler College Service Club Glee Club The Guild Home Team Human Rights Advocates Ink Slingers Intervarsity Christian Fellowship Mu Epsilon Nu Phi Alpha Omega Philosophy/Religion Symposium Photography Club Political Guild Rotaract Social Sciences Club Spanish Heritage Club Spirit Sport Management Club Surf Club

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Flagler Student Life:

What Kind of Days Will You Remember? Get Outside: What you can do at Flagler year round: Go surfing, skimboarding, scuba diving, sailing on more than 40 miles of pristine beaches; skydiving, walking, hiking, biking, and golfing on some of the best courses in the country. And you are only miles away from fantastic shopping and tourist attractions in Jacksonville, Orlando and Daytona Beach.

Jacksonville is the largest city in Florida, a dynamic and thriving cultural and professional hub for Flagler students. Jacksonville is just 35 miles from quaint St. Augustine.

“Flagler is unique. It’s located in one of the top 10 most beautiful towns in North America according to National Geographic. The student community is unique too. Flagler hand-chooses students who will stand out then gives them the tools to discover themselves and decide who they want to become.” Ashley Marie Ryan Philosophy & Theology Double Major Ocala, FL

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historic St. Augustine Flagler’s beautiful campus is made more so by its location in St. Augustine, America’s oldest city. At once historic and fun, St. Augustine offers a panorama of experience you’ll find nowhere else… from a colonial Spanish quarter to hip and funky shops to great restaurants, galleries and much more.

Nationally known speakers who have visited Flagler include Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and crime novelist Edna Buchanan, civil rights activist Ambassador Andrew Young, former President Bill Clinton and Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney, among others.

On-Campus Events & Traditions Art Walk Bachelor Bid Day of Welcome De-Stress Days Flagler Follies Founder’s Day Harry Potter Month Midnight Breakfast President’s Hour Senior Day on the West Lawn The Etiquette Dinner Wednesday’s Coffee Break

Honor Societies Alpha Chi National College Honor Scholarship Society Alpha Kappa Delta International Sociology Honor Society Alpha Psi Omega Kappa Delta Pi Sigma Beta Delta Omicron Delta Kappa Phi Alpha Theta Pi Sigma Alpha Psi Chi Sigma Tau Delta International English Honors Society

Academic Organizations Enactus Dow Advantage Public Relations Group Model United Nations Phi Alpha Delta Philosophy Symposium Public Relations Society Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) Society for Advancement of Management (SAM)

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Flagler Athletics:

What Kind of Champion Will You Be? The Perfect Balance: There’s a reason why Flagler fields some of the nation’s top teams. Start with talented coaches who dedicate their lives to Flagler student-athletes. Add excellent athletic facilities, such as Drysdale Field, with a state-of-the-art training room, baseball, softball and soccer fields; and finish with tough competition in NCAA Division II and Peach Belt Conference play, and you end up with the perfect environment for a winning life as a Flagler student-athlete.

“Life is great at Flagler. It makes you want to get up in the morning and go do something big. I get the opportunity to do that on the men’s soccer team and we had an amazing season. The Flagler College men’s soccer team finished ranked No. 14 in the final National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA)/Continental Tire NCAA Division II Top 25 poll. It was great to be part of a great team, even better to be mentored by my coaches who taught me that my academics were as important as my game.”

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Stephen Pratt Business Administration/ Graphic Design & Marketing Dublin, Ireland


Flagler’s Intercollegiate Sports Men’s Baseball Basketball Cross Country Golf Soccer Tennis Women’s Basketball Cross Country Golf Soccer Softball Tennis Volleyball

Flagler’s Intramural Sports Ballroom Dance Basketball Flag Football Lacrosse Mini Golf Pilates Soccer Softball Tai Chi Tennis Volleyball Yoga Zumba

Flagler Sports: By the Numbers Percentage of students who compete in Flagler intramurals: 70%

Winner of the NCAA DII 2012 Sportsmanship of the Year Award: Flagler first baseman John Sgromolo

Number of years Flagler won the Peach Belt Conference’s Institution of the Year Sportsmanship Award: 3 in a row for 2011–13.

Number of recent Peach Belt Conference Institution of the Year Awards Flagler has won: 3, 2010–2012

Number of players Flagler’s NCAA Division II Men’s Baseball team has launched into the MLB: 12 Winner of the 2012 NCAA Community Engagement Award: Flagler Athletics

Number of Flagler student-athletes on the 2012 Peach Belt Conference Presidential Honor Roll: 112 2012 Peach Belt Conference’s Male Scholar-Athlete of the Year: Johan Bergfeld, Flagler Men’s Soccer

Flagler College competes and wins in the National Collegiate Athletics Association, Division II and the Peach Belt Conference.

Number of National Peach Belt Conference Titles Flagler Teams have won in recent years: 11

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Flagler:

Create Your Legacy Visit Flagler! If you haven’t already been here, come and experience life on our stunning campus. It’s the best way to find out how right Flagler may be for you. Bring your family, tour our campus, ask a lot of questions. You can register for a Daily Information Session or Tour at: www.flagler.edu/visit.

More than 85% of Flagler students receive financial assistance through scholarships, grants, loans and work-study programs.

Flagler supports students who come from Florida by connecting them to the Florida Bright Futures Scholarships and the Florida Resident Access Grant (FRAG).

Flagler’s tuition and fees are among the lowest in the country for selective private colleges.


FLAGLER AT-A-GLANCE Our Category Four year, co-educational, residential, independent, nonsectarian Our Accreditation Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Our Students 2,588 students; 1,035 men and 1,553 women* *Enrollment Fall 2012 Our Geographical Distribution Approximately 53% of the students are from Florida, 47% from 43 other states, and 32 foreign countries. Our Academic Programs 29 majors and 34 minors

of facilities optimized for student success, including the multimillion-dollar Gamache-Koger Theatre, the Ringhaver Student Center, the Crisp-Ellert Art Museum, and newly renovated Molly Wiley Art Building. Our Location The Flagler campus is right in the heart of St. Augustine, the oldest European settlement in the United States. It’s historic downtown district is filled with shops, restaurants and the waterfront is only a short walk from campus and only four miles from the pristine beaches of the Atlantic Ocean. Getting to Flagler by airplane: from Washington D.C. from Atlanta from Chicago from New York City from Boston by automobile: from Atlanta

Our Calendar Two 15-week semesters Our Student-Faculty Ratio 16 to 1 Our Average Class Size 18 students Our Housing Living on our campus is one of the most important parts of your Flagler experience. All freshmen are required to live on campus in one of these residence halls: Men — Lewis House or Cedar Hall. Women — Ponce de Leon Hall. Recently, Flagler added the new Florida East Coast Railway Residence Halls for juniors and seniors. Our Library The state-of-the-art Proctor Library has 205 computer stations, an Internet lab for student email, wireless access, graphic design labs, numerous attractive study areas and several soundproof study rooms. Our Campus One of the most distinct college campuses in America, Flagler College is home to the historic Ponce de Leon Hall, a masterpiece of Spanish Renaissance architecture. The campus also includes several other historic structures influenced by this style and a dynamic array

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Jacksonville

St. Augustine Jacksonville to St. Augustine: 56 KM 35 Miles

Orlando to St. Augustine: 160 KM 100 Miles

Orlando Kissimmee Tampa St. Petersburg Sarasota

Fort Lauderdale Naples

1 hour 45 minutes 2 hours 2 hours 3 hours 6.5 hours

Getting Here St. Augustine lies east of I-95 on the northeast coast of Florida, 35 miles south of Jacksonville, approximately 100 miles northeast of Orlando. Our Intercollegiate Sports Men’s   Baseball Golf Basketball Soccer Cross Country Tennis

Women’s   Basketball Cross Country Golf Soccer

Softball Tennis Volleyball

Our Athletic Facilities Drysdale Field, a 19-acre athletics complex including a new baseball and softball facility, is located just two miles from campus. Our Athletic Membership Member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division II Peach Belt Conference Follow Flagler College On:

Office of Admissions 74 King Street b St. Augustine, Florida 32084 b 904-819-6220 b 800-304-4208 admissions@flagler.edu b www.flagler.edu Flagler College is an equal opportunity institution that does not discriminate in its admissions program, student services or hiring practices on the basis of race, creed, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or its expression, nationality, ethnic origin, age, disability or any other protected class.

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