New College offers Ivy League quality at an affordable cost.
Parents work hard to save for their children’s education. We know that higher education is a major investment. The good news is that at New College, we have a very competitive guaranteed freshman scholarship program – guaranteeing scholarship funding to virtually all admitted freshmen who apply for the fall class by our priority deadline. We offer an ambitious array of both merit and need-based scholarships and grants. In fact, over 90 percent of our students receive some form of financial assistance.
Year after year, New College makes the list as a top “best value” school. The Princeton Review and USA Today named New College No. 2 in their 2014 list of “Best Value Public Colleges.” Forbes gave New College the No. 12 spot on its “Best Value Colleges for 2014,” and Washington Monthly ranked New College No. 8 among the nation’s liberal arts colleges and No. 1 among public liberal arts colleges for 2013.
Today, well over half of graduating college students has loans to repay. New College’s student debt numbers rank favorably nationally and statewide. In fact, New College students leave with less indebtedness than any of the Florida state universities. Accordingly to a recent study by the Institute for College Access & Success, the average debt of a New College graduate was $16,640. The average debt for all public schools in Florida was $20,554 and nationwide, $24,443.
Our financial aid team plays an active role in making a New College education affordable. Please get in touch with us at 941-487-5000 or email email@example.com if you would like help with suggestions for affordable methods of financing, searching for scholarships, making side-by-side comparisons with other schools, or providing your child with advice about staying within their financial aid budget. We’re here to help!