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New College Ranks No. 13 Among Kiplinger’s Top 100 Best Value Public Colleges

For the 12th consecutive year, Kiplinger’s Personal Finance has recognized New College of Florida as a top value in higher education. The magazine ranked New College 13th on its list of the 100 best values in public colleges for 2015.

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New College Ranks No. 13 Among Kiplinger’s Top 100 Best Value Public Colleges

For the 12th consecutive year, Kiplinger’s Personal Finance has recognized New College of Florida as a top value in higher education. The magazine ranked New College 13th on its list of the 100 best values in public colleges for 2015.

13th Annual New College of Florida Holiday Book Guide

Arts Sarasota December 12, 2014 Like all readers, people in the New College of Florida community sometimes read books on the subjects they know best, and sometimes reach for new perspectives and new reading experiences. In this year’s Holiday Book

13th Annual New College of Florida Holiday Book Guide

Arts Sarasota December 12, 2014 Like all readers, people in the New College of Florida community sometimes read books on the subjects they know best, and sometimes reach for new perspectives and new reading experiences. In this year’s Holiday Book

Another Peek “Behind the Curtain”

Arts Sarasota December 11, 2014 Fuzion Dance Artists will offer the latest in its “Behind the Curtain” series, which offers the unusual opportunity to watch a choreographer’s creative process in action, this Saturday, with a visit from Michael Foley of

Another Peek “Behind the Curtain”

Arts Sarasota December 11, 2014 Fuzion Dance Artists will offer the latest in its “Behind the Curtain” series, which offers the unusual opportunity to watch a choreographer’s creative process in action, this Saturday, with a visit from Michael Foley of

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New College Awarded Selby Foundation Grant for Caples Waterfront Restoration

The New College of Florida Foundation has been awarded a $50,000 grant from the William G. and Marie Selby Foundation for restoration of the College’s historic Caples waterfront. The grant will go toward the removal of non-native invasive plants and

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New College Awarded Selby Foundation Grant for Caples Waterfront Restoration

The New College of Florida Foundation has been awarded a $50,000 grant from the William G. and Marie Selby Foundation for restoration of the College’s historic Caples waterfront. The grant will go toward the removal of non-native invasive plants and

Undocumented Immigrant Overcomes Obstacles to Practice Law in Florida

Naples Daily News November 29, 2014 It’s never easy to become a lawyer. But it was a different dimension of difficult for Jose Godinez-Samperio, whose quest to practice law in Florida took him not only through law school but through

Undocumented Immigrant Overcomes Obstacles to Practice Law in Florida

Naples Daily News November 29, 2014 It’s never easy to become a lawyer. But it was a different dimension of difficult for Jose Godinez-Samperio, whose quest to practice law in Florida took him not only through law school but through

Students Receive Gilman Scholarship to Help Fund Study Abroad

Bradenton Herald November 28, 2014 Two New College of Florida students have been recognized by the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs. Third-year students Madeleine Yount and Shana Bergman have been awarded the Benjamin A. Gilman

Students Receive Gilman Scholarship to Help Fund Study Abroad

Bradenton Herald November 28, 2014 Two New College of Florida students have been recognized by the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs. Third-year students Madeleine Yount and Shana Bergman have been awarded the Benjamin A. Gilman

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Medical Researcher to Discuss Traumatic Brain Injury

Military veterans wounded by roadside bombs commonly suffer from traumatic brain injury. Recently, studies have shown that professional football players also experience traumatic brain injury, from less severe but repeated impacts to the head. A nationally recognized researcher will explore

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Medical Researcher to Discuss Traumatic Brain Injury

Military veterans wounded by roadside bombs commonly suffer from traumatic brain injury. Recently, studies have shown that professional football players also experience traumatic brain injury, from less severe but repeated impacts to the head. A nationally recognized researcher will explore