Fire Up Your Freshman Year With Ignite

The transition from high school to college can be daunting, both academically and socially. Finding the right balance between making new friends and making good grades can be harder than anticipated.

One of our goals at Flagler is to make your college transition successful. One way we do this is through our Ignite program, which places freshmen into learning communities. Learning communities are a cluster of courses designed around a central, interdisciplinary theme, with each class attended by the same group of students.

Flagler College’s Ignite program is a year-long experience that enables freshmen to select a cluster of courses in both the fall and spring semesters as part of their class schedule. The clusters typically fulfill general education requirements or are designed specifically around requirements for particular majors.

What is Ignite?

Student Events

Students in the Learning Communities will take field trips together, work on special projects, meet at gatherings – overall, they’ll have a unique experience designed to get them involved with their education.

Visit this page for the Spring 2010 schedule.