The New Student Orientation week, August 19-27, 2017, is the time for first-year and transfer students to get their bearings and prepare for the year ahead.
Congratulations, and welcome to your new home! At New College, you will attend a special extended New Student and Transfer Orientation (August 19-27, 2017) that will help you prepare to navigate our academic program and allow you the opportunity to meet the new friends and network that will get you to your graduation day. No matter what path you’re coming to us from, you’ve charted the right course to your future with New College and Orientation is the first step.
In order to start at New College, there are a number of items that we need to get you started – don’t worry – there is lots of time to get in what you need. The checklist below serves as a guide to get you started. We’ve organized it by due date, so keep checking back and make sure you have what you need. You’ll also get a copy in the mail!
If you have any questions, you can reach the Orientation Team at email@example.com or by calling 941-487-4548.
New Student Housing will open May 1. Visit the New College Residential Life page to sign up for housing. Select “Applying for Housing?” and follow the prompts to “sign up”. We recommend using your New College email account. Be sure to register as a “new student.”
Note that in order to apply for housing, you’ll also need to complete the housing contract and your meal plan agreement.If you are applying to a Living Learning Community, you will need to fill out a separate application under “specialty housing” only after you complete the Housing Application.
Housing assignments are being sent on a rolling basis. Check your New College e-mail account to see where you are placed for Fall 2017!
Financial Aid awards will be mailed beginning in late January. To obtain a complete award, be sure you have filed the 2017-2018 FAFSA at www.fafsa.gov. Release the FAFSA to New College using code #039574.
Were you selected for Verification when you filed the FAFSA? If so, you will need to submit additional items to the Financial Aid office. Your SAR (Student Aid Report) will have an asterisk next to the EFC (Estimated Family Contribution) if you were selected. Your award letter will also be stamped “Selected for Verification”. Please see relevant information and forms here.
Once you receive your Financial Aid Award Letter, if you’d like to estimate your bottom line costs, you can use our online Payment Worksheet.
Interested in any outside scholarships we are aware of? Please follow us on Facebook and Twitter at New College of Florida Financial Aid for complete postings. You can also check our Private Scholarship page for any listings of local scholarships.
Contemplating student loans? There is very good information here about budgeting and calculating payments.
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