You should apply as a transfer if you have (or will be) enrolled in any college course work after the date of your high school graduation.
Each year, approximately 15-20 percent of New College’s enrollment is comprised of students who transferred here from other colleges and universities around the country.
They appreciate the fact that New College’s 10:1 student-to-faculty allows for an intimate academic environment, encouraging intellectual freedom and a greater opportunity to be personally involved in designing their own education. Of course, our waterfront location and year-round warm temperatures are not bad enticements either.
1. Completed Common Application
2. One Letter of Recommendation
3. $30 Nonrefundable Fee or Fee Waiver Request (Transfer Students)
Choose from the following:
4. Fee Waiver Request:
5. Official Transcript(s) for all college course work (including any dual enrollment)
6. Official High School Transcript(s)
7. Standardized Test Results (SAT or ACT*
Official SAT or ACT scores must be reported on your official school transcript(s), or submitted directly to our office by the testing service using the codes College Board (SAT) #5506 or American College Testing Program #0750. For 2017 applicants, the SAT essay and ACT writing sections are optional. The official writing we evaluate is the Common Application essay.
*We are unable to accept faxed transcripts and test scores as official application materials.
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:
*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.
We are no longer accepting applications for Fall 2016.
The Common Application will be available August 1. The priority deadline will be Nov. 1, 2016. The general deadline will be Dec. 1, 2016. Only transfer students can apply for Spring.
The Common Application will be available August 1st. 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.
*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!
For more information, please review New College’s transfer credit policy.
The Office of Admissions and Financial Aid can arrange an unofficial projection of transfer credit. For official award of transfer credit to an enrolling student, New College of Florida needs a final official transcript from each previously attended institution. (Grade reports and unofficial transcripts are not acceptable for this purpose.)
A final official transcript from each previously attended institution should be sent directly to the New College of Florida Office of Admissions and Financial Aid.