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    • Student sitting on dorm bed after Move-in 2022

      Your go-to guide for campus living

      May 26
      You have questions about on-campus living? We have answers!
    • Commencement stand-in photo

      Flagler College Class of 2023: Another year of excellence

      May 5
      Flagler College will celebrate the academic and personal accomplishments of more than 450 graduates at the Class of 2023 Commencement Ceremony on Saturday, May 6.
    • Michella Basas Headshot

      Staff Spotlight: Michella Basas

      May 5
      Michella Basas ‘00, returned to Flagler in 2014 as an assistant professor in Deaf Education and is now the Director of the Center for Teaching and Learning. She lives on a small family farm with her husband, father, and small human where they care for their 20 hens, two roosters, holland lop, corn snake, goldfish, two barn cats, and the most ridiculous labradoodle that ever lived. She said she also looks forward to having some horses and maybe a goat in the future.
    • Soci-Ables logo

      Sophomore creates SOCI-ABLES as a supportive club for students with disabilities and an educational resource for the campus community

      Apr 14
      Before he arrived at Flagler College, sophomore Peter Mankin said he was worried his adjustment from high school to college would be especially difficult.
    • Kristy Myers R&R 23

      Flagler College hits $1 million milestone with 2023 Giving Challenge

      Apr 5
      More than 2,000 donors contributed to Flagler College’s fifth annual Roar and Raise Giving Challenge this past March 29-30, raising a record-breaking $1,124,643 in support of students, faculty, staff, and historic facilities. To date, it is the College’s most successful fundraising effort ever and will propel the school into a new era of philanthropy and education.
    • Paula Holanchock headshot

      Faculty Spotlight: Paula Holanchock

      Apr 4
      Paula Holanchock, assistant professor of Business Administration and director of the Social Entrepreneurship Program, encourages socially and environmentally conscious entrepreneurs and business leaders to consider a circular economic approach that embraces the triple bottom line. She inspires compassionate, regenerative, and responsible leaders to create prosperous and inclusive ‘life economies’ through spiritual decision-making and conscious leaders for systems change, regeneration, and organizational renewal.
    • Mary Scine headshot

      Staff Spotlight: Mary Scine

      Apr 4
      Mary Scine ‘99, coordinator of Flagler’s Missing Voices Project, is a Flagler alumna with a degree in Communication and concentration in Public Relations & Journalism. Scine has held previous careers in public relations, management, and education. At Flagler, she’s worked in the Youth Ministry Program for 8 years, and within that time, has also been an adjunct for the First Year Seminar course for 3 years.
    • Faculty Spotlight: Clinton Weinberg

      Mar 10
      Clinton Weinberg, Applied Instrument Coordinator, and Pep Band Director is a passionate educator with 24 years of experience teaching diverse populations in K-12 and higher education. Clint began teaching at Flagler in 2017, and has degrees in voice performance and education.
    • Staff Spotlight: Kaelyn Thomas

      Mar 8
      Kaelyn Thomas is the Coordinator for Student Leadership and Engagement. In this role, she provides programming for the students on campus like Harry Potter Week, movie nights, trivia nights, campus concerts, and field trips off campus.
    • Ben Platt and Professor Jim Makowski holding certificate for scholarship

      A token of gratitude: local alumnus honors impact and friendship of long-time accounting professor with endowed scholarship

      Feb 24
      Three years into his undergraduate career at Flagler College, alumnus Ben Platt ‘97 had to decide between keeping his academic scholarship and marrying his high school sweetheart.
    • ODK Induction 2023

      Flagler student leaders inducted to Omicron Delta Kappa National Leadership Honor Society

      Feb 20
      A select group of student leaders from the campus community was inducted into the Flagler College Circle of Omicron Delta Kappa on Feb. 3.
    • Lucas Scotch headshot

      Staff Spotlight: Lucas Scotch

      Feb 7
      Lucas Scotch, coordinator of marketing and communications for the Division of Continuing Education, graduated with honors from Flagler College in 2022.
    • Barbara Blonder Headshot

      Faculty Spotlight: Barbara Blonder

      Feb 6
      For almost 20 years, Professor Barbara Blonder has been a beloved faculty member of Flagler’s Natural Sciences Department. During her time at Flagler, Blonder has left a lasting impact on the College. She has served as Director of Undergraduate Research, Chair of the Faculty Senate, and was an instrumental figure in establishing the Coastal Environmental Science major. In 2020, Blonder extended her impact into the local community, being elected as a Commissioner for the City of St. Augustine.
    • St. Augustine Film Festival

      Flagler College acts as the backdrop for the St. Augustine Film Festival

      Jan 13
      For 13 years, independent filmmakers, actors, and producers come to our historic city for an experience celebrating the art of cinematic storytelling.
    • MinJi Kim headshot

      Faculty Spotlight: MinJi Kim

      Jan 9
      Assistant Professor of Communication, MinJi Kim, received her doctoral degree in Mass Communication from the University of Florida, with an emphasis in Media Psychology.
    • Julie Dickover headshot

      Staff Spotlight: Julie Dickover

      Jan 9
      Director of the Crisp-Ellert Art Museum, Julie Dickover joined Flagler's staff in 2010 after a decade in Los Angeles where she worked in commercial galleries and as the museum registrar with a UCLA art museum. For the more than 10 years she's been at Flagler, Dickover has overseen all elements of CEAM and worked with other campus groups and departments to foster robust programming and opportunities.
    • Vintage Rotunda Christmas Tree

      Rotunda Christmas Tree serves as a longtime symbol of Flagler's holiday spirit

      Dec 15
      The Rotunda of Ponce de Leon Hall is a magnificently ornate and spacious focal point of Flagler College’s campus. And every holiday season since 1985, the College has sought to decorate the space with an equally spectacular Christmas Tree that serves as a constant symbol of Flagler’s holiday spirit for students, employees, and alumni alike.
    • Jenna Stickley

      Staff Spotlight: Jenna Stickley

      Dec 5
      Visitor Services Coordinator Jenna Stickley has worked in many different areas during her career. But when her daughter enrolled at Flagler in 2019 and they found their dream house on the St. John's River, she decided to pursue a career with the College.
    • Headshot of Paige Chapman

      Faculty Spotlight: Paige Chapman

      Dec 5
      Assistant Professor of Communication, Paige Chapman, studied journalism at the University of Florida and fell in love with teaching when one of her professors asked her to adjunct a course after she finished her BS in journalism. She knew she had to do a lot more school to be able to make teaching at the college level her career. She studied news and technology during her master’s at UF and studied health communication and technology for her dissertation at the University of Iowa.
    • Security Guard Steven Griffin posing for photo

      Flagler Staff Spotlight: Steven Griffin

      Nov 7
      Before coming to Flagler to work as a campus safety and security officer, retiree Steven Griffin served as a "Seabee" in the US Navy and spent 30 years working as a mailman. After retiring about 14 years ago, Griffin spent some time bartending in Hawaii and then came to Florida where he worked as a ranger at Faver-Dykes State Park.
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