Flagler College

Flager College is a private, four year liberal arts college located right in the heart of the Old City, a block from Cordova Street. Spanning across 19 beautifully manicured and landscaped acres, Flagler College was established in 1968 and named for Henry Flagler, railroad magnate and prominent Florida developer. Since its founding, the college has spent more than $43 million restoring the historic structures throughout its campus and adding new facilities. The most prominent structure on the campus and the focal point of Flagler College is Ponce de Leon Hall. Ponce de Leon Hall was built in 1888, and operated as the Ponce de Leon Hotel serving a wealthy clientele for many years. The structure was designed by John Carrere and Thomas Hastings, the same duo that designed the Lightner Museum which is located just across the street.
Flagler College in St Augustine celebrated its 40th anniversary in 2008, and the distinguished school had much to celebrate. In recent years, US News & World Report has named the school among the southeast's best comprehensive liberal arts colleges, and it has made the list of "America's Best Colleges" a few times as well. Renowned for its business program and deaf education programs, the school is currently included on the Princeton Reviews "Best 366 Colleges" list.
Visit Flagler College to see a piece of the Old City's opulent history, or just to see the elegant architecture of Ponce de Leon Hall. Flagler College in St Augustine FL is very close to all of the area Hotels and Inns. Instead of staying in one of the commercial Hotels, enjoy special, one of a kind Beach accommodations in a Bed and Breakfast. All of the great B&Bs are perfect for a Beach Vacation or romantic getaway. Plan your next Vacation to St. Augustine today. Flagler College is very close to other great places like the Lightner Museum, the Chocolate Factory, Ripley's Believe it or Not, great Art Galleries, and wonderful Restaurants and Shops. Begin planning a Florida Beach Vacation that you will never forget.