New College of Florida

Sarasota, Florida

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Cost In-State

$20,000 / year


Cost Out-of-State

$43,000 / year

Graduation Rate (6 Years)

71.0 %


Retention Rate

19.0 % drop out

Acceptance Rate

61.0 %


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Generosity Score In-State

56


Generosity Score Out-of-State

16.1

What will New College of Florida cost me?

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What are my chances?

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Average Acceptance Rate

61.0 %


Application Deadline

4/15/20

How do I apply to New College of Florida?

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What grades and test scores do I need?

Your GPA, test scores, and class choices are an important part of your application. How do you compare to the average student at New College of Florida?

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Academic Requirements

SAT

--

ACT

31

GPA

4

What majors are offered?

You’ll want to go to a school that offers a program in an area you are interested in pursuing. Even if you’re not sure what your future career will be, you might want to choose a school that has options you are considering.

  • Anthropology/Archeology

  • Applied Math

  • Art

  • Art History

  • Biology

  • Chemistry

Does the school match my preferences?

This is often overlooked by students — you want to spend the next four years at a place you enjoy. Make sure to take time to decide on your preferences and find schools that match them.

Overview

Public / Private

Public

School Type

Liberal arts college

Prestige

Prestigious

Typical class size

Unknown

Religious affiliation

None

Flexibility of switching majors

Unknown

Greek life importance

Unknown

Co-ed / Single-sex

Co-ed

Diversity

Average

Campus type

Suburban

LGBT friendliness

Neutral

What is campus life like?

If you’re like most students, you’re interested in getting a glimpse of what your life will be like on campus. Here are some details to help you start painting that picture.

    Living Arrangement

  • Co-ed dorms

  • Suite style housing

  • All-male dorms

  • Apartments

  • All-female dorms

  • Housing for married students

  • Singles

  • Special housing for disabled students

  • Doubles

  • Sorority or fraternity housing

  • Substance-free housing

    Weather

  • Rain: High chance

  • Sun: High chance

  • Snow: Low chance

  • Humidity:

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