Here are the resources necessary to answer your questions and guide you through all phases of the financial aid process.
At New College, we are proud of the fact that 90 percent of our students receive some form of financial assistance. Several prestigious publications have recognized our combined strength of academic quality and low cost, including The Princeton Review, which has twice (2015-2016) named New College the No. 1 “best value.” Kiplinger’s Personal Finance also has ranked New College among the “Top 5 Best Values” (2016) in public higher education.
Here are resources necessary to answer your questions and guide you through all phases of the financial aid process.
Applying for Financial Aid — A step-by-step guide
Financial Aid Award Guide (2016-2017)
Award Comparison — A resource for prospective students
Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy for Financial Aid Purposes
Study Abroad and Off Campus Study (Information on financing your off-campus study)
New College of Florida’s Net Price Calculator
New College students complete contracts with written evaluations and no GPAs are computed. For students to continue receiving the Bright Futures scholarship, they must satisfactorily complete both fall and spring contracts. There is only one opportunity for restoration and that is if academic difficulty is encountered in the first year.
Many international students may qualify for institutional scholarships, private scholarships, or linkage scholarships.
You can review this list of scholarships that have not had a citizenship requirement in prior years.
The International Education Financial Aid website also contains a wealth of information for international students.
International students do not qualify for Federal Financial Aid to fund their education.
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