Apply for admission to New College of Florida

Apply to New College of Florida, a public university in Sarasota that prepares intellectually curious students for lives of great achievement by integrating superb academics and career-building experiences into an individualized education for each student.

Exceptional education. Life-changing experience.

New College offers more than 40 undergraduate majors and a master’s program in data science. Through an extraordinary education that empowers fearless learning, students pursue goals not grades, chart their own educational course, and acquire the analytical, creative, and communication skills that employers value.

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Undergraduate Admissions

Apply for admission to New College of Florida as a freshman, transfer, international, or graduate student.

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Graduate Admissions

Learn about admission requirements for the Master of Science in Applied Data Science program.

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Transfer to New College

We understand that transfer students know a lot about attending college. That’s why our dedicated transfer admissions coordinator is here to get you through the admissions process quickly and easily so you can concentrate on your new life at New College.

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Highest Quality Education. Lowest Cost to Students.

Discover why New College is one of the best values in higher education.


Tuition and Fees

New College of Florida tuition and fees, room and board, and estimated costs for books and supplies, personal expenses, and transportation for Florida residents, out-of-state residents, and international students.

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Guaranteed Scholarships

New College guarantees scholarship funding to virtually all admitted first-year students who apply for the fall class by our priority deadline.

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Recognized for Affordability

Strive for College, which promotes excellence in inclusion, affordability and completion for low-income and first-generation college students, recognized New College as meeting its “Strive Five” distinctions.

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