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Flagler At A Glance

The best way to know if Flagler is the right college for you is to get an overview of who we are and what our students have accomplished.

College Profile

  • Located in St. Augustine, Florida
  • Four-year
  • Residential
  • Independent and nonsectarian
  • Flagler College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) to award baccalaureate and master’s degrees.

Our History 


Enrollment Profile

Main Campus

  • 2,138 students; 700 men and 1,425 women
  • 52% of students are from Florida
  • 38% of students come from 43 states
  • 4% of students come from 36 countries
  • 50% of students live on campus, 49% commute

Tallahassee Campus

  • 181 students; 64 men and 116 women

Public Administration Program

  • 34 students: 16 men and 18 women

Master's Program

  • 11 students: 11 women

Meet some of our students 


Our Programs 


  • *88% of our students have jobs or are in graduate school 1 year after college
  • *78% of our students complete experiential opportunities such as internships and study abroad programs

*Based on 2020-2021 IPEDS data.


Cost & Aid

  • Tuition and fees- **$22,910
  • Room- $7,100
  • Meal plan- $6,490

** Health Insurance is $1,955.

Tuition & Fees 

Types of Financial Aid 


  • National Collegiate Athletic Association Division II (NCAA II) school
  • Men’s Teams: baseball, basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, tennis
  • Women’s Teams: basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, softball, tennis, volleyball


Campus Facts

  • Ponce de Leon Hall: National Historic Landmark
  • 47-acre campus with a 19-acre athletic field
  • 5 residence halls
  • 4 miles from the Atlantic Ocean
  • 35 miles south of Jacksonville
  • 55 miles north of Daytona Beach