You are about to embark on an exhilarating collegiate experience. New College—your new home—awaits your brilliance this spring. We know these past few months have been unusual but we are so glad that your journey has brought you to New College.
Registration for Orientation is a two-step process. You will first need to register using one form. After registering for orientation, you will need to use the second link to pay your orientation fee.
Orientation will be a hybrid program with a mix of online asynchronous and synchronous sessions, as well as in-person sessions that will abide by health and safety protocols. If you plan on completing your semester fully remotely, please email email@example.com to let us know!
Click here for more information about Orientation
Before you begin, we have some forms for you to complete in advance. Check back soon for access to the needed documents.
So let’s go! It’s time to write the next chapter together. We can’t wait!
You must receive a PCR COVID-19 test in the 7-day period before your arrival to campus, and send the results to firstname.lastname@example.org before you arrive.
For example, if you are moving into the residence halls on 1/25, test on 1/18 to stay within the 7-day period.
If you plan to live off-campus and take all of your classes remotely, just remember the CWC needs to receive everyone’s negative test before they can come to campus. If you test positive for COVID-19, you will need to self-quarantine for at least 14 days. Also: If you have been in contact with someone who has tested positive, or if you have recently been in a country with CDC COVID-19 US entry travel restrictions you should self-quarantine for 14 days.
If you have trouble getting access to a test, or have any other questions at all, please contact the Counseling and Wellness Center by emailing email@example.com. Let’s all work together to have a great semester!
In order to disperse Financial Aid for the semester, Financial Aid needs to confirm each student’s plan for living on or off-campus.
To access the form, you will need to be logged into your myNCF account.
Please note that this form should only be filled out after receiving permission from Student Affairs or Housing about housing plans. This form does not replace direct communication with Student Affairs or Housing.
Whether you told us you expect to be a Florida resident or an Out of State resident for tuition purposes, fill out this form so we can make sure you meet the state’s residency guidelines.
Where will you live when you get to campus? Register for housing to get your dorm and roommate assignments.
How to register for MyNCF – You will need your NetID and initial password
Housing Application – Log in to myNCF and look for the tile labeled “Housing Registration”
Even if you would like to live off-campus or complete courses remotely, you will still need to complete the housing application.
What classes are you interested in taking your first semester? Fill out your Academic Advising Questionnaire so we can match you with an adviser to help you plan a strong start to your academic life at New College.
Please send these as soon as possible. We need your official transcript sent directly to NCF Admissions from each high school and college. This includes college transcripts for all college course work, including dual enrollment and summer college courses. Official SAT or ACT scores need to come to us directly from the testing agency, or be included on your official school transcript.
If you have any AP, IB, AICE, or CLEP scores you want to be considered toward transfer credit, we won’t prompt you for these; but you should order the scores be sent directly to the NCF Registrar from the testing agency.
If you need help, reach out to your admissions counselor, or contact Admissions at 941-487-5000 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
These forms help us plan for an emergency – who to contact, and how to help students enact emergency plans.
This form is required for students to register for housing, classes, and Financial Aid at New College.
Complete this form to authorize the College to use any extra financial aid and scholarship money to cover book advances. Extra money will be reimbursed via direct deposit, so please be sure to complete the Direct Deposit form as well.
Were you selected for Financial Aid Verification or do you have an exception on your account? Please click here for additional information. You may also contact the Financial Aid Office by emailing email@example.com.
FERPA disclosure is voluntary. In order for the College to speak to parents and guardians about academic records and financial accounts, FERPA disclosure must be filled out.
Finally, submit a photo for your NCF ID so you’re ready to pick it up at Orientation!
Photo Release/NCF ID Request Form
This assessment will help your adviser recommend appropriate classes for your first semester. These assessments are for diagnostic purposes only, and will not affect any course evaluations.
All entering students are required to take this brief quantitative skills assessment. The test consists of 20 quantitative questions, followed by 5 demographic questions and 5 attitudinal questions. There is no time limit for this assessment. You cannot edit your responses after you submit. You will be informed of your score when you meet with your adviser in August.
If you have any questions regarding the QLRA, please contact Travis Lee, the Interim Director for Quantitative Reasoning at firstname.lastname@example.org
A third assessment, the Calculus Readiness Test, will only be required for students taking calculus. This test is offered online during Orientation
Now that you’ve finished all your paperwork, it’s time to have some fun!
Start thinking about how exciting move-in day will be–when you’ll get to sink into your new space, meet your neighbors, and soak up the stunning sunsets on Sarasota Bay (Yes, this gorgeousness is right on your college campus! Can you believe it?!)
Soon, you’ll be a Novo. You’ll be home.
We can’t wait to see you in January!
Some important Fall dates to keep in mind:
Jaunary 25: Move-in Day
January 26-27: Orientation
January 28-29: Mini-classes
February 1: Spring Classes begin
February 10: Contracts Due
February 12: Tuition Payment Deadline
March 22-26: Spring Break
April 26-28: Baccalaureate/ Reading Days (No Classes)
May 12: Classes End
May 13-14: Reading/Hurricane Days (No Classes)
May 17-21: Week of Exams/Advising/Evaluation
May 21: Commencement