It’s hardly a new recognition for the liberal arts honors college on Bay Shore Road, but New College of Florida President Donal O’Shea admits that the distinction comes with a little pressure. The Princeton Review ranked New College of Florida the third-best value of public colleges in the United States this year, the fifth year the school has been recognized in the education company’s top three.

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New College Moves Up a Spot in U.S. News ‘Best College’ Rankings
September 15, 2021

NCF ranked No. 5 among the country’s top public liberal arts colleges. By Staff September 14, 2021 New College moved up a spot—from…

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New College ascends “best college” rankings
September 13, 2021

Two leading “best college” guides—U.S. News & World Report and The Princeton Review—have recognized New College of Florida for its…

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NCF named a “Best Value College”
April 20, 2021

New College is one of the nation’s top colleges for students seeking a superb education at an affordable price, according…