International students choose New College for its challenging academics, faculty mentorship of students, outstanding preparation for graduate school and strong value.
1. Completed Common Application
2. One Letter of Recommendation
3. $30 (USD) Nonrefundable Fee
Choose from the following:
4. Official transcript(s) for all secondary (high school) and post-secondary (University) level of study sent directly by the school
5. TOEFL/IELTS Scores (Only if English is NOT your first language)
6. ACT or SAT Scores
7. Transcript Evaluations and Translations
Disability Accommodation in Admission
In the case of applicants with disabilities, the College will grant reasonable substitution or modification of any admission requirement pursuant to Florida Board of Governors Regulation 6.018 where the Dean of Enrollment Services determines, based on evidence submitted by the applicant and through consultation with the College’s Disabilities Services Coordinator, that the failure of the applicant to meet the requirement is due to his or her disability, and does not constitute a fundamental alteration in the nature of the College’s academic program.
New College will consider this information within the following guidelines: (1) documentation regarding the disability will need to be provided on a voluntary basis, (2) all information will be kept confidential, (3) refusal to provide information will not subject the applicant to adverse treatment, and (4) information will only be used in conjunction with the College’s voluntary efforts to overcome the effects of conditions that may have resulted in limited participation of persons with disabilities.
Students with Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) Status
If you have approved formal status through DACA, provide proof of your DACA status along with your application. Financial statement information will not be required.
These forms will be required if you are admitted and decide to enroll at New College:
*Use of Social Security Numbers: The NCF Office of Admissions and Financial Aid collects and uses Social Security Numbers (SSNs) as necessary for the performance of the College’s duties and responsibilities, taking appropriate measures to secure SSNs from unauthorized access. For more information click here.
Our deadline for priority admission is November 1, 2016. All students who meet this deadline will receive a decision by April 1, 2017, however, some students will receive their decision sooner. We will continue to accept applications on a rolling basis (and students will receive their decisions on a rolling basis) until April 15, 2017.
The priority deadline will be Nov. 1, 2016. The general deadline will be Dec. 1, 2016. Only transfer students can apply for Spring.
*All required materials must be received by New College Admissions in order to receive a decision. Please plan ahead to make sure we get all of your materials on time!
Scholarships for F-1 International Students
International students applying to enter New College on an F-1 student visa may be eligible for one of three New College scholarship programs, offering substantial to full financial support. For details on admission and scholarship consideration, please contact Sharon Alcock, Associate Director of Enrollment, at email@example.com or 941-487-4427 to alert us that you are applying, and to discuss admission requirements. All scholarships are subject to availability of funding and to renewal criteria.
International students should plan ahead for possible international mail delays, and adhere to April 1 as the goal date for meeting the priority deadline for scholarship funding for entry in the August (Fall) semester. Guaranteed scholarships are available until the class is closed. Please click here for information on costs for international students.
Presidential Scholarship Program
$15,000 per year
Latin American/Caribbean Scholarship Program
Over $20,000 per year
New College of Florida has established, and will continue to build, programs designed to encourage the enrollment of international students. The Daughters for Life Foundation, working with New College’s local Sarasota-Bradenton-Longboat community, provides additional support to cover the remainder of tuition, housing, and other benefits for a talented female student (from Israel, Palestine, Jordan, Syria, Lebanon or Egypt.) to study marine biology on the F-1 visa at New College. Financial need is considered for this scholarship program.
The Daughters for Life Foundation handles scholarship applications directly.
Please contact Sonia Wu, Associate Dean of Enrollment Services, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 941-487-4461 to discuss the New College admission requirements. Deadlines:
December 16, 2016: DFL Foundation’s scholarship application deadline
March 11, 2017: NCF’s priority admission file completion deadline for DFL applicants
If you have further questions regarding applying to New College as an International student please contact Sharon Alcock, Associate Director of Enrollment. Sharon works with all U.S. territory and international students.
Please e-mail or call to arrange a time to meet with Sharon in person, talk on the phone or even Skype!
You can contact her at: email@example.com or at 941-487-4427.