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Flagler College (U.S.)

St. Augustine, Florida

Last modified: 2022-07-15 by rick wyatt
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[Flagler College Flag] speculative image by Pete Loeser, 3 September 2022
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Introduction: Flagler College

Flagler College is a private liberal arts college located in St. Augustine, Florida. The school was founded in 1968. It is located on the grounds of the old Ponce de León Hotel, a 1888 luxury hotel and now listed as a National Historic Landmark. It was built by Henry Morrison Flagler, the industrialist, oil magnate and railroad pioneer. It was chosen to be the site for the North American Vexillological Association (NAVA) 56th Annual Meeting in 2022.
Sources: Flagler College Website and Wikipedia: Flagler College.
Pete Loeser, 3 July 2022


Flagler College School Seal

[Seal of Flagler College] image located by Paul Bassinson, 17 September 2017 (source)

This seal should only be used on official College documents such as diplomas, awards, certificates, and other documents designated by the President or Board of Trustees.
Pete Loeser, 3 July 2022


Flagler College Logo
Primary Trademark of Flagler College

[Logo] recommended     [Logo] variant
images located by Paul Bassinson, 12 June 2022 (image source) and Pete Loeser, 3 July 2022

The Flagler Logo combines the rampant lion shield emblem with the words "FLAGLER COLLEGE" usually with a white background. The words are in gray and the Flagler shield is in crimson, gold, and gray. However situations may arise for the Primary and Secondary Trademarks to be used in different colors and backgrounds as illustrated in the second variant above. This is the Primary Trademark of Flagler College.
Pete Loeser, 3 July 2022


Flagler College Lion Shield

[Flagler College Arms/Shield] image located by Pete Loeser, 3 September 2022

Flagler College's lion shield is said to reflect the best of the College's heritage, history, and traditions. The rampant lion signifies strength and stability. On the shield the school colors are crimson and gold (based on the yellow and red of the Spanish flag). A gray was added as an accent color to provide additional depth and to permit some flexibility for the Saints athletic teams.
Pete Loeser, 3 July 2022


Flagler College Athletics
Flagler College Saints Fan Flags

[Flagler College Saints Gold]     [Flagler College Saints Marrune]
images by Pete Loeser, 3 September 2022

Flagler athletic teams are called the Saints. The college competes Division II level of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). They also have competed in the Peach Belt Conference (PBC) since 2009.
Flagler competes in Men's baseball, basketball, cross country, golf, lacrosse, soccer, tennis and track & field (indoor) and they compete in Woman's basketball, cross country, golf, lacrosse, soccer, softball, tennis, track & field (indoor) and volleyball. They are supported by two spirit squad teams: cheerleading and pep band.
Pete Loeser, 3 July 2022

Flagler College Athletic Patch

[Flagler College Athletic Patch] image located by Pete Loeser, 3 September 2022

In 2009, the Flagler College Lady Saints volleyball team made it to the national championship, and finished in the top four of Division II volleyball teams in the nation. They following year they made it to the regional finals, finishing top 16 in the nation.
Pete Loeser, 3 July 2022


NAVA 56 Flag
North American Vexillological Association

[NAVA 56 Flag] flag designed by Matthew Thomas, 23 July 2019

The 56th Annual Meeting of the North American Vexillological Association was hosted at Flagler College in June of 2022. NAVA is the largest organization of flag enthusiasts and scholars in the world. This special flag was designed for the meeting held at Flagler. Its designer was Matthew Thomas, a resident of the United Kingdom.
The NAVA 56 flag features a golden field to represent Florida, the "Sunshine State." The half Burgundy Cross represents the importance of the Spanish Empire to St. Augustine's founding and history. Above it appears a stylized outline of the Castillo de San Marcos, an important historical site and a symbol of the city. The blue bars at the bottom represent Matanzas Bay, on which St. Augustine sits, and the ocean beyond.
This flag was displayed at both the college and flown on the walls Castillo de San Marcos during this international event.
Source: NAVA 56.
Pete Loeser, 3 July 2022