New College In The News

New College of Florida elects new board of trustees chair
Bradenton Herald September 20, 2016

Bradenton Herald, September 20, 2016 Felice Schulaner, a New College of Florida graduate and retired human resources executive, was elected to serve as chair for New College’s board of trustees. "When I graduated from New College, I never imagined I…Read more

U.S. News Ranks New College Among Nation’s Best
941CEO September 14, 2016

941CEO September 14, 2016 U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Colleges 2017” edition ranked New College as the No. 5 public liberal arts college in the nation. It marks the 12th consecutive year New College has been listed in the…Read more

U.S. News ranking favors New College
Herald Tribune September 13, 2016

Herald Tribune, September 13, 2016 New College of Florida continues to dominate the rankings as one of America’s most prestigious schools. U.S. News & World Report on Tuesday issued its “Best Colleges 2016” edition, in which Florida’s designated honors college…Read more

New College of Florida President Donal O'Shea: The Liberal in Liberal Arts September 10, 2016

SRQ   September 10, 2016 I am often asked what it is like to be a mathematician who is president of a liberal arts college. But I never get asked what a liberal arts college is. That is because…Read more

New College honored on another list
Herald Tribune September 9, 2016

Herald Tribune, September 9, 2016 New College of Florida ranks 20th among all liberal arts colleges in the United States - and first among public liberal arts colleges - in the new Washington Monthly "2016 College Rankings" issue. Washington Monthly…Read more

The Princeton Review "Colleges That Pay You Back" Project
Princeton September 8, 2016

Princeton Review, September 8, 2016 Lists of the schools in Colleges That Pay You Back: 2016 Edition (published February 2, 2016) with notes on whether the colleges appear on any of the book's seven ranking lists. Alphabetical by State /…Read more

When Bradenton was a home for escaped slaves
Herald Tribune September 8, 2016

Herald Tribune, September 8, 2016 Decades before white settlers firmly established themselves in the area now called east Bradenton, escaped slaves and Seminole Indians created a refuge beside a mineral spring there. They called their settlement Angola. The community thrived…Read more

New College, USF Sarasota-Manatee police chief appointed chair of Florida Police Chiefs Association
Bradenton Herald September 6, 2016

Bradenton Herald, September 6, 2016 Michael Kessie, the chief of the campus police department for both New College of Florida and University of South Florida Sarasota-Manatee, has been appointed chair of the university/education committee of the Florida Police Chiefs Associations.

Remembering the Manatee River Maroons of 1821: Heritage, Archaeology, and Digital Reconstructions
Bradenton Patch September 4, 2016

Bradenton Patch, September 4, 2016 Have you read or heard about the public archaeology program that location material traces of a maroon community on the Manatee River? Starting in 2005, a group of researchers and community members were Looking for…Read more

C4 Presents New Student Opportunities, Degree Flexibility
SRQ September 1, 2016

SRQ  September 1, 2016 Students are flocking back in record numbers to the Sarasota-Manatee area this semester with the ability to gain new post-secondary opportunities presented by a collaborative effort between area colleges and universities. The Consortium of Colleges on…Read more