2015 Summer Program
New College of Florida is excited to offer summer courses in 2015. Summer registration begins Jan. 12, 2015.
Find a list of currently planned courses here.
In order to gain a better understanding of how a summer program can serve you, we ask that you participate in a short survey. Your participation is voluntary and confidential.
-- Summer courses are either four or six weeks in length. All start June 8 and end July 3 and 17 respectively. See a list of courses planned for 2015.
— Most courses are 4 credit hours; some are 2 credit hours.
— For in-state students, a four-credit course costs $768.40 and a two-credit course costs $384.20.
— For out-of-state students, a four-credit course costs $3,327.16 and a two-credit course is $1,663.58.
— Courses can be taken for credit or noncredit.
— There will be no on-campus housing available for summer students.
— There is no additional financial aid, but students can use their remaining aid for the summer.
— Registration will begin Jan. 12, 2015.
Currently enrolled New College students
The courses count toward the 31 required units and other relevant requirements of students. However, since they are not part of a contract, summer classes do not count toward the minimum requirement of 7 contracts.
Students from other institutions and the larger community
The courses offer college credit, and will have grades for students seeking to have these courses recognized at other institutions.
Tell us what you think
In order to gain a better understanding of how a summer program can serve you, please take a few minutes to complete a short survey. Your participation is voluntary and confidential.
For more information about New College's Summer Program, contact:
Dr. Sarah Hernandez