The New College Alumnae/i Association was founded in 1985 as a nonprofit association adjunct to the New College Foundation, Inc.
The New College Alumnae/i Association (NCAA) is dedicated to supporting New College alumnae/i around the world.
Novo Collegians are an exceptional group. Each of our graduates has followed a unique path – many with distinction, all with integrity. From the charter class of 1964 to students of the new millennium, New College alumnae/i pursue diverse and rewarding career paths, proving time and again the value of a New College degree.
New College has always been a close-knit community, which may be why our alumnae/i are so committed to their alma mater and remain intensely interested in each new development at the College. We have many active chapters throughout the United States where alumnae/i events are hosted. These events often feature special guests, such as faculty or staff. Alumnae/i Reunion Weekends and Commencement offer an opportunity for alumnae/i to “come home,” revisit their college experience and reconnect with each other. Alumnae/i are also active participants in our social networks including Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.
We treasure our engaged alumnae/i and encourage their continuing involvement in the life of the College. Check out the links on this page to learn more about activities and programs administered by the NCAA.
The New College Alumnae/i Association was founded in 1985 as a nonprofit association adjunct to the New College Foundation, Inc. The purpose of the Association is to “promote communication among Alumnae/i and between Alumnae/i and New College, to sponsor activities and events for Alumnae/i, to advise the President of New College of Florida and the President of the New College Foundation, Inc. of Alumnae/i concerns, and to provide financial and other assistance to New College in carrying out its educational mission.”
All graduates of New College become members of the Association upon graduation. Any person who has withdrawn from New College after having completed at least one academic term becomes a member of the Association. In addition, the Board of Directors may designate “Honorary Alumnae/i.”
The NCAA Board of Directors serves the New College Alumnae/i Association in carrying out its mission in support of the College.Read more here
The NCAA chapter program is designed to strengthen relationships among alumnae/i and the college.Read more here