All required materials — including your transcript or SSAR (Self-reported Student Academic Record) and exam scores (official or self-reported) — must be postmarked or transmitted by the deadline.
Scholarship funding amounts are tied to residency for tuition purposes. (For example, a student who is a Florida resident for tuition purposes will not be eligible for assignment of the Presidential Scholarship for out-of-state students.) For more info on tuition and residency, please contact your admissions counselor. All scholarships are subject to renewal requirements and to availability of funding.
If a student qualifies for multiple awards, we will chose them for one unless an award specifies a combination is possible.
The following scholarships are awarded based upon the GPA we calculate for you at the time of admission.
|NCF re-calculated GPA||Scholarship|
|4.0 and Above||$3000 per year ($12,000 over four years)|
|3.6 – 3.99||$2000 per year ($8000 over four years)|
|Below 3.6||$1000 per year ($4000 over four years)|
Scholarship Value: Full coverage of tuition and fees, books and supplies, and on-campus shared room and board.
This scholarship will be funded through gift aid from all sources (Pell plus any other grants, scholarships, waiver).
Scholarship Value: $6000/yr ($24,000 over 4 yrs)
Be sure to send your final official transcript verifying graduation and Top Ten % placement in your high school class.
Scholarship Value: up to $7000/yr for up to 3 years ($21,000 over 3 yrs)
This scholarship is for graduates of the State College of Florida Collegiate School who concurrently earn an AA from State College of Florida, with at least an SCF college GPA of 3.0 and Florida SUS minimum cut scores for college readiness. This scholarship will be awarded for up to three years, or until the SCFCS student completes their first bachelor’s degree, whichever comes first. If the student lives on campus, up to an additional $1000 towards meal plan costs will be provided. Awarded over and above other gift aid (such as Pell and Bright Futures), as long as the total cost of attendance is not exceeded.
Scholarship Value: $6000/yr ($24,000 over 4 yrs)
This scholarship is designated for National Merit semifinalists recognized by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation. This scholarship does not require advancement to the finalist level.
Please register New College as your first choice institution according to rules set by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation.
Scholarship Value: approximately $87,000 over 4 yrs
Funded by multiple sources, this scholarship covers a full cost of attendance budget. Important:
1. Send us a copy of your National Merit Finalist Certificate to assist us in identifying you as a possible candidate for this Scholarship Program.
2. If you qualify for this program, it will supersede all other New College of Florida scholarship offers.
This program is administered by the state of Florida. For eligibility requirements, please click here.
National Merit finalists who do not meet the state of Florida requirements for the Benacquisto scholarship (do not graduate from a Florida high school) are eligible for a $6000/yr award from New College.
Scholarship Value: $6,000 per year ($24,000 over 4 years) To receive this award you must be a National Hispanic Scholar recognized by the College Board National Hispanic Recognition Program. This award is considered a New College Excellence Award and replaces the Four Winds Award.
Value: $2,000 per year ($8,000 over four years)
We reserve a total of 10 scholarships for students who — in 11th grade — placed as Finalists in Florida’s Annual State Science and Engineering Fair. To be eligible for this award, a Finalist must be admitted and enroll at New College of Florida in Fall 2022 with the intent to study mathematics or science.
If you receive this award, we will add it to your Four Winds or New College Excellence Award.
We reserve four full four-year scholarships (tuition, room, and board): two for first-place team members of the statewide competition in mathematics and two for first-place team members in history and culture. Students interested in the fall 2022 semester must complete an admissions application by July 1, 2022, be admitted to the College, and enroll.
This scholarship supersedes all other scholarship funding from New College.
New College offers four additional scholarships that are available to incoming students. These scholarships are stackable with our guaranteed scholarships listed above, as long as total cost of attendance is not exceeded. Applications are required for the following scholarships. Directions on how to apply will be emailed to all applicants and admits.
John Jakes Writing Scholarship: Up to four students from the incoming Fall 2022 class will receive a one-time, non-renewable $2,000 scholarship during their first year of study at New College. Applicants should demonstrate an interest and involvement in writing through coursework in the subject, work on a publication for a public audience, and/or personally driven writing activities. Applicants should express a desire to pursue careers as writers or fields in which writing is a central job component, such as policy work. Open to first-time in college students and incoming transfer students. Applications are due February 1, 2022.
Skestos Scholars Leadership Program: Up to 10 students in the Fall 2022 class will receive scholarships with a total value of up to $25,000 over four years. Awards will be $2500 in year one with renewal and funding increases contingent upon completion of a required leadership program developed by the Division of Student Affairs and meeting Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) requirements. Applicants should demonstrate interest and involvement in leadership development throughout high school. Open to first-time in college students. Applications are due February 1, 2022.
Archimedes STEM Scholarship: One outstanding student in the Fall 2022 class will receive a scholarship valued at up to $40,000 over four years. Award in year one will be $10,000 with renewal contingent upon meeting Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) requirements. Applicants should demonstrate interest and involvement in STEM-related fields and activities throughout high school. Open to first-time in college students. Applications are due February 1, 2022.
Barancik Access Leadership Scholarship: Created in 2020, funded by a grant from the Charles and Margery Barancik Foundation. It is intended to reduce or eliminate financial barriers that might otherwise prevent a high-potential student with ties to the Sarasota/Manatee area from benefiting from the exceptional preparation for future success and leadership that a New College education can provide. Scholarship amounts: up to $7500 for students residing on campus, up to $2500 for students residing off-campus. Amounts for scholarship funding may vary each year. A valid 2022-2023 FAFSA is required and released to New College. The total financial aid package may not exceed the Cost of Attendance. Applications for first time in college students are due February 1, 2022.
NEED-BASED FINANCIAL AID
In addition to an academic scholarship, you could qualify for even more gift assistance if you are a U.S. Citizen, U.S. Permanent Resident Alien, or qualified non-resident alien. Complete the 2022-2023 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at www.studentaid.gov as soon as possible after Oct. 1, 2021. Our school code is 039574.
STATE OF FLORIDA PROGRAMS
Florida’s Office of Student Financial Assistance administers a number of grant and scholarship programs, including these:
For information on specialty and privately funded scholarships, click here.
Eligibility for fee waivers and exemptions is regulated by the Florida Board of Governors (7.008). If you believe you may be eligible, please submit the Request for Out-of-State Exemption or Florida Resident Tuition and Fees Waiver form, which addresses students in these special categories: