The New Student Orientation week is the time for first-year and transfer students to get their bearings and prepare for the year ahead.
Congratulations! Here are the next steps to learn more about your new home!
Check this site often for updates and forms needed to get you ready for the start of the Fall semester. Deadlines for each item will be determined later this year. If you have any questions about the forms below, how to submit, or general Orientation questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 941-487-4250.
Information about registering for Fall 2017 Orientation will be available in late spring.
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 hereabout budgeting and calculating payments.
Paying for your College Education
Learn what is needed by the Business Office to discuss your account with your parents or others; how and when to pay for your education.
Just the Facts Brochure
Helpful information related to financial aid, payments and billing, terminology and more!
Welcome home. Click to find the answers to your commonly asked questions and see photos and floor plans of the residence halls.
View current and past course offerings to see all the exciting possibilities, as well as the 2017-2018 academic calendar.
Learn how to choose your classes and get your academic advisor.
Learn about the many first-year programs, student activities, student groups and volunteer opportunities on and off-campus.
Life after New College
Learn much more about the many doors that open for our graduates.
Review important safety information and learn about the services Campus Police provides to the New College community.
Learn more about your New College email address, computer specifications and the wireless networks on campus.
Get Connected, Stay Connected
Meet your admissions counselor, information for guidance counselors, join our Facebook group, meet our Student Admissions Representatives (STARs), and find out when we are coming to a town near you.
For general information on support services for students with disabilities.
Off-Campus Study and Study Abroad
It is never too early to start planning for a semester or year abroad or at another U.S. institution. Learn more about planning for success, academically and financially.
Our campus community is so important to our student success that New College is designated as an intentional residential college, and, as such, requires all students to live in the residence halls unless they have been granted exceptions or waivers.Read more here