St. Augustine, the nation's oldest city, has more than four hundred years of history reflecting occupation by the French, Spanish, and British. Careful attention to retaining history and archaeological sites reflects the pride local residents have in the city's heritage. Over one million visitors each year experience the city's history, culture, and charm.
The campus is located at:
1 University Blvd
St Augustine, FL 32086
In U.S. call: (800) 241-1027
Outside of the U.S. call: (904) 826-0084
Fax: (904) 826-0085
Hours of Operation: M-F 8am to 5pm
The City of St. Augustine
St. Augustine is known for its historic sites, festivals, unspoiled beaches, moderate climate, attractions, and shopping. Some visitors come to experience Fort Castillo de San Marcos or marvel at the Spanish architecture, churches and Flagler College with its Tiffany glass. They also enjoy the parks, carriage rides, boat or walking tours, and one-of-a-kind restaurants. Area attractions include the Alligator Farm, St. Augustine Lighthouse and Ponce de Leon's Fountain of Youth. Over 35 antique shops, 20 art galleries, two outlet malls, and several specialty stores provide a unique shopping experience. St. Augustine offers extensive outdoor recreational activities such as biking, scuba diving, snorkeling, jetskiing, canoeing, kayaking, sailing, and much more. St. Augustine is located on the Intracoastal Waterway with a nearby opening to the Atlantic Ocean and miles of beaches for swimming or surfing. Boaters can enjoy the protected and offshore waters, saltwater fishing for game fish, or bass fishing along the waterways.
World-class tennis and golf are also offered in northeast Florida including the World Golf Village which is located in the St. Augustine area. St. Augustine is a one-hour drive from Jacksonville or Daytona airports and two hours from Orlando. St. Augustine is conveniently located for taking advantage of Florida's many attractions. With diverse surroundings, St. Augustine offers its visitors and residents a lifestyle that cannot be duplicated.
I-95 S to Florida 9A S
Exit US-1 S (Left)
Left onto FL-312 E
Right onto Sgt. Tutten Dr
Left onto San Bartola Dr.
Left on University Blvd
I-95 N to US-1 toward St Augustine
Slight right on US-1 N/Dixie Hwy
Right onto Health Park Blvd
1st left onto Sgt. Tutten Dr
1st right onto River Haven Way/University Blvd
USA is on the left
Visitors can park in any of the designated Visitor spaces near the entrance to the University. Students can park in any other space, but must display a parking permit. Parking permits are issued at Registration. Carpooling is encouraged.
St. Augustine is a city in Northeast Florida and the oldest continuously occupied European-established settlement and port in the continental United States. Use the following links to discover more about the city of St. Augustine, and the surrounding areas.
City of St. Augustine
St. Augustine / St. Johns County Chamber of Commerce
St. Johns County Visitors and Convention Bureau
Whether you're visiting our campus, have out-of-town guests, or are a student participating in weekend lab classes, there are a number of hotels to stay at near USA.
Hilton Garden Inn
Courtyard Marriott & Fairfield Suites
Hilton Historic Bayfront
Castillo Real - St. Augustine Beach
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