Each of these schools offer students a wide array of degrees and a top-notch education.
Flagler College – a small, private, liberal arts schooloffering a four-yearBachelor of Arts (B.A.)degree.
The main building on the campus is a national historic landmark. These building were originally part of theHotel Ponce de Leon built in the late 1800’s by Henry Flagler.
The dining hall is my favorite part of the campus with it’s beautiful Louis Comfort Tiffany stained glass windows. Many modern buildings have been built to enhance the campus and handle the ever growing enrollment.
Take a look, I think you’ll agree.
St. Johns River Community College – offers several programs from which to choose. An Associate of Arts (A.A.) degree, Associate of Science (A.S.) degree, adult education, apprenticeship programs, or several technical training programs rank this school at the top of areacommunity colleges.
More than 20 programs are available with a wide variety of career choices. SJRCC is also a great starting point for students planning to transfer to a university to complete their Bachelor’s degree.
University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences – a private university focusing on Occupational and Physical therapies.
USA offers everything from continuing education seminars to a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree. The University has earned International recognition and offers programs in Iceland, Japan and Chile.
Your options at these fine schools are limitless, everything from a Doctor of Physical Therapy to child care training.
Not only can you attend a fine St Augustine College, but you can live in our incredible town at the same time. The Atlantic Ocean just minutes away, wonderful weather, and just about anything else you could ask for.
Alternatively, if you are thinking of taking up Golf as your chosen career then a great place to attend is the College of Golf located in beautiful Port St Lucie, just 3 hours south of St. Augustine.