Application Process

New College of Florida practices selective admission, seeking those students who are able and eager to take responsibility for their own education, and who will benefit from the College’s demanding academic program and flexible curriculum.  If you are a high school student or graduate who has never attended college, New College will consider your application for admission as a first-year student. You have two options:

Option 1: Common Application

  • No application fee
  • Personal Statement/Essay
  • ACT, CLT or SAT scores (self-reported or official)
  • Transcript or Student Self-Reported Academic Record
  • Letters of Recommendation (Optional) from your college counselor, principal, dean or teacher who has taught you in an academic subject.

Option 2: New College Application

  • No application fee
  • Personal Statement/Essay
  • ACT, CLT or SAT scores (self-reported or official)
  • Transcript or SSAR (Student Self-reported Academic Record)
  • Letters of Recommendation (Optional) from your college counselor, principal, dean or teacher who has taught you in an academic subject.

EARNING A FLORIDA PUBLIC A.A. + HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA AT THE SAME TIME

Earning your high school diploma while completing a Florida public associate of arts (A.A.) with a Florida College System or State University System institution?
You can apply for admission with or without exam scores (ACT, CLT, or SAT).

With Exam Scores – If you submit scores, we’ll consider you for freshman admission.
If you’re eligible, we’ll consider you for freshman scholarship funding.
Without Exam Scores – If you don’t submit scores we can waive the admissions score requirement for you. Submit your official college transcript for us to review, if you choose this option. (You must complete both your high school diploma and the Florida public AA degree as conditions of enrollment, if you are admitted.) If you’re eligible, we’ll consider you for transfer scholarship funding.

Notify the Office of Admissions by the final posted deadline for enrollment, if you don’t complete the A.A. Completion of the AA or submission of official ACT, CLT, or SAT scores are required for enrollment.

  • Official exam reports are required if you deposit and enroll at New College–official SAT or ACT scores must be reported on your official school transcript(s), or submitted directly to our office by the testing service using the codes College Board (SAT) #5506 or American College Testing Program (ACT) #0750.
  • CLT scores can be sent directly to New College by logging in at http://www.cltexam.com/tests/results/ and selecting New College.

If you have already graduated high school, and you expect to earn the AA from another Florida public college or university before the term you are applying to enter, please ask your admissions counselor if the SAT/ACT requirement can be waived. 

*We are unable to accept faxed standardized test scores as official.

Admission Deadlines

Fall First-Year Admission Deadlines

Application DeadlineNotification DatesDeposit Deadline
Early Action – November 1RollingMay 15
February 1RollingMay 15
April 1RollingMay 15
June 15 – Final DeadlineWithin 2 weeks of completionWithin 2 weeks of a decision
Deposits must be made through the Applicant Status Page. Please call 941-487-5004 with any questions.

Spring First-Year Admission Deadlines

Application DeadlineNotification DatesDeposit Deadline
December 1RollingJanuary 5

All required materials must be received by New College Admissions in order to receive a decision. Please plan ahead to make sure we get all of your materials on time!

Apply Now

Begin your application to New College, we can’t wait for you to be here!

Guaranteed Admission Program

New College has partnered with high schools the Sarasota-Manatee area to offer guaranteed admission to qualifying students.

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