At New College, your physical and emotional health is important. You will find many opportunities on campus to feed the parts of you that need rejuvenation, calm and safety.
Whether you want to get in shape, relieve stress or just socialize with your friends, the Fitness Center can help you meet your personal goals.Read more here
The Counseling and Wellness Center is available to all currently registered New College and University of South Florida Sarasota-Manatee students.Read More Here
Faith and spiritual life occupy an important place in the lives of many New College students. Campus Ministry seeks to serve the New College community by nurturing all faith communities on campus.Read more here
The Student Ombudsperson serves as a resource and provides assistance with informal, impartial and non-adversarial alternatives for the resolution of conflict.Read more here
This critical resource provides emergency and supplemental food items of high nutritional value that contribute to the community’s need for access to hunger relief services.Read more here
Health and safety issues on the New College of Florida campus are addressed by the Campus Police Department, the Department of Environmental Health and Safety, the Counseling and Wellness Center, and Student Affairs.
The Campus Police completes an Annual Security (Safety Guide/Crime Statistics) and Fire Safety Report. Notice of the availability of the report and its location, to include a link, is sent via campus email to all students, faculty, and staff by October 1 of each year. A hard copy of the report is also available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year by either visiting or contacting the Campus Police Department at 501 College Drive, Sarasota FL 34243, or phone 941-487-4210.
Office of Environmental Health and Safety
New College of Florida Emergency Operations Plan
Fire Safety Information (Student Handbook)
Emergency Response and Evacuation Procedures
Missing Student Notification Policy
Crime and Fire Incident Logs
Timely Warning and Crime/Security Alerts
Suspension of Title IV Aid Eligibility for Drug-Related Offenses
Title IV Drug and Alcohol Abuse Program for Schools Receiving Federal Funds
Environmental Health and Safety