The main purpose of this paper was to evaluate the relationship between faculty’s flexibility and students’ active learning. The population included all MSc students of engineering faculties in Shiraz University. By random classified sampling method 300 students were selected. The instruments included Intellectual Development Subscale of College Student Experiences Questionnaire (Pace & Kuh, 2002), and Personal Style Inventory, PSI (Taggart and Taggart – Hausladen, 1993). The questionnaires were distributed among the sample and data were entered in SPSS 16 and analyzed. The results of the research showed the average attitudes of the students about their active learning and faculties' flexibility in Shiraz University. In addition, the results indicated that from the students' viewpoints, faculties' flexibility had a significant effect on their active learning.