Explore your alumnae/i resources
Online Directory for Alumnae/i
In January 2018, the College launched a new online alumnae/i directory. This password-protected, secure site is accessible only to alums who have registered. It’s a great resource for Novo Collegians who want to find each other, stay in touch or simply discover what their friends and classmates are involved in. For more information and to register, please visit ncf.edu/alumni-directory. Questions can be emailed to email@example.com.
Alumnae/i Visitation Policy and Access Guidelines
In 2011, the campus community led discussions about a guest and alumnae/i visitation policy. The NCAA board was invited to provide input in these discussions and additional input was sought from students, faculty, and staff. What has evolved from these thoughtful meetings is the alumnae/i visitation and access guidelines.
Alumnae/i ID card
All alumnae/i of New College are eligible for an alumnae/i ID card which gives them access to special privileges and serves as an additional identification while on the New College Campus. The Alumnae/i Association will issue an alumnae/i ID Card to any alum who requests one, and pays the $10 processing fee.
The alumnae/i id card can be activated to allow you access to the Jane Bancroft Cook Library. To activate your card, you must bring it to the Circulation Desk at the Jane Bancroft Cook Library and complete an application. Staff will place a barcode on the back of your card and enter information into the Library Management System. Once entered into the system you will be allowed the following library privileges:
• 6 items from the Jane Bancroft Cook Library Collection may be checked out on your card at one time. Items are on loan for 3 weeks, no renewals.
• Use of the computers in the ARC (Academic Resource Center).
• Access to library databases on the ARC computers.
Alum ID cards do not allow for:
• Renewal of checked out items
• Remote Access (i.e. off-campus) to Databases
• Use of Interlibrary Loan or UBorrow services
• Use of library classrooms, group study rooms or labs
• Borrowing of equipment from ETS
How to Obtain an Alumni ID Card
You may contact the NCAA at firstname.lastname@example.org or 941-487-4684 to purchase a card. There is a $10 processing fee with a $5 replacement fee.
After careful consideration, the New College Alumnae/i Association decided to officially sunset the Four Winds Forum on September 6, 2012. Affinity Circles, the Four Winds Forum host site, changed leadership in December leaving us with little of the personalized attention to which we are accustomed. In addition, alum participation on the site has waned over the last few years while activity has increased on our other social media platforms.
Due to these circumstances, the NCAA has removed the Four Winds Forum and will now focus on growing our current Facebook, Linkedin, and Twitter sites. We have created several small groups on Facebook and Linkedin to mimic those found within the old Affinity Circles site. We will also use our official Linkedin group and the various subgroups as a forum for alums and students to intermingle and ask for career advice and mentorship.
We are currently looking for alums to help us manage our Facebook and Linkedin groups by posting new and diverse content and encouraging their friends to join. If you are interested please contact us at email@example.com. Also, if you would like to create your own specialized group not found here please let us know and we will be happy to work with you on establishing it.
Current Facebook groups include:
New College Charter Classes 50th Reunion Planning
New College of Florida Atlanta Group
New College of Florida New York City Alums
New College of Florida DC Alums
New College of Florida Texas Alums
New College of Florida California Alums
New College of Florida Midwest Alums
New College of Florida Pacific Northwest Alums
New College of Florida Southeast Florida Alums
New College of Florida Local Alums
New College of Florida North Florida Alums
Chemistry/BioChem New College Alums (created by Steven Wheeler ’98, Justin Walensky ’00 and Korin Wheeler ’97)