Generous Aid Options and Guaranteed Scholarships

New College guarantees scholarship funding to virtually all admitted freshmen who apply for the fall class by our priority deadline. We offer an ambitious array of both academic and need-based scholarships and grants. Our financial aid team plays an active role in making a New College education affordable.

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Explore guaranteed scholarships, federal and state grants, and student loans.

Guaranteed Scholarships

Learn about scholarships for Florida residents, out-of-state freshmen, transfer students, and international students.

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Federal and State Grants

Get information on federal and state grants available to New College students.

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Student Loan Options

Find information on various types of loans available to New College students.

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Understand the Financial Aid Process Apply for federal student aid

More than 90 percent of students receive some form of aid.

Financial Aid Award Guide

Learn about the full array of financial aid options available to New College students.

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Financial Aid Verification

If you’re selected for verification, you must submit a number of items.

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Financial Aid FAQ

Answers to common questions regarding financial aid.

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Calculate Your Cost of Attendance Apply for federal student aid

Get an estimate on the cost of your New College education.

Net Price Calculator

In a few short steps, get an estimate of your financial aid package, including grants, scholarships, and loans.

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Tuition & Fees

View tuition and fees for the academic year at New College of Florida.

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Resources for Veterans

There are special financial aid programs for military veterans and their families.

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Connect with the Financial Aid Office at New College

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 advice about staying within your financial aid budget, the Financial Aid Office can help! The office can provide information and resources for learning about the wide range of need-based and non-need-based aid options available, including eligibility requirements and how to apply, terms and conditions, criteria for selection and determining award amounts, and how and when aid is disbursed.