New College of Florida (NCF) is a public, coed college established in 2001 which was founded by a private institution but later became an autonomous college of the State University System of Florida. The College offers a wide variety of courses ranging from Social Sciences to Natural Sciences and to Humanities. The school also offers programs in law & medicine under special request.
New College is a member of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges, the regional body for the accreditation of degree-granting higher education institutions in the Southern states. New College is a proud member of the council of Public Liberal Arts College (COPLAC) and the Consortium for Innovative Environments in learning (CIEL).
The College's campus extends to an area of 115 acres whereby it is sectored into three areas. Two campuses of the university are located near the Sarasota Bay while the third branches towards the east and which is linked by a pedestrian bridge.
The Bayfront Campus is surrounded by the Palmer Buildings, New College Foundation, the Four Winds Cafe, Bon Seigneur House, the Wellness Center, the Heiser Natural Sciences Complex & the Hal C. Ball Anthropology Laboratory.
- Swimming Pools
- Places to Chill Out
- Basketball courts
- Bowling on campus
- Movie Theater
- Tennis courts
Application Process –
- Application Deadline– April 15
- Score Req. / Eligibility– ACT or SAT test
- Deadline for SAT/ACT score acceptance– April 15
Academic Life & Student Life –
The student’s faculty ratio is 10:1 for New College of Florida. Nearly, 801 students get enrolled every year here. The academic calendar is semester based. The gender distribution here is 40% male students and 60% female students. The most popular majors here are:
- Liberal Arts and Sciences,
- General Studies
- Humanities, Other
Tuition Fees –
The tuition fee for the university is:
- In-state - $6,060
- Out-of-state -$29,089