Monthly Archives: June 2011

New College student is youngest ever to serve on Board of Governors

ABC 7 Sarasota June 27, 2011 Michael Long is the first student from New College to ever serve on Florida’s Board of Governors, and the youngest. Long, who is 19-years-old, was nominated for the position by members of the Florida

New College student is youngest ever to serve on Board of Governors

ABC 7 Sarasota June 27, 2011 Michael Long is the first student from New College to ever serve on Florida’s Board of Governors, and the youngest. Long, who is 19-years-old, was nominated for the position by members of the Florida

New Music New College Announces 13th Season of Contemporary Music

June 27, 2011 – New Music New College (NMNC), the cutting-edge series of contemporary music, presents its 13th season beginning in the fall of 2011.  Under the direction of Professor of Music Stephen Miles, NMNC offers an array of unconventional

New Music New College Announces 13th Season of Contemporary Music

June 27, 2011 – New Music New College (NMNC), the cutting-edge series of contemporary music, presents its 13th season beginning in the fall of 2011.  Under the direction of Professor of Music Stephen Miles, NMNC offers an array of unconventional

New College Receives $600,000 Scholarship Gift

Tampa Bay Business Journal June 27, 2011 Sarasota philanthropists Keith and Linda Monda gave New College of Florida $600,000 for scholarships. The gift will be matched 70 percent by the state, bringing the total value to $1.02 million, the Sarasota

New College Receives $600,000 Scholarship Gift

Tampa Bay Business Journal June 27, 2011 Sarasota philanthropists Keith and Linda Monda gave New College of Florida $600,000 for scholarships. The gift will be matched 70 percent by the state, bringing the total value to $1.02 million, the Sarasota

New College of Florida Announces $600,000 Scholarship Gift from Keith and Linda Monda

Maddux News Wire June 26, 2011 Local philanthropists Keith and Linda Monda have made a major gift for scholarships to New College of Florida, the State’s designated honors college for the liberal arts and sciences. The $600,000 gift was announced

New College of Florida Announces $600,000 Scholarship Gift from Keith and Linda Monda

Maddux News Wire June 26, 2011 Local philanthropists Keith and Linda Monda have made a major gift for scholarships to New College of Florida, the State’s designated honors college for the liberal arts and sciences. The $600,000 gift was announced

Sarasota Couple Gives $600,000 to New College

Herald-Tribune June 24, 2011 A Sarasota couple made a $600,000 gift for scholarships to the New College of Florida and a state matching grant will take its total value to more than $1 million, the school announced today. The money

Sarasota Couple Gives $600,000 to New College

Herald-Tribune June 24, 2011 A Sarasota couple made a $600,000 gift for scholarships to the New College of Florida and a state matching grant will take its total value to more than $1 million, the school announced today. The money

All Florida Universities See Tuition Increase

Eagle News June 24, 2011 The Board of Governors approved the seven percent differential for all 11 Florida universities Thursday. Below is a break down of each institutions tuition. Information provided by the Florida Board of Governors. New College of

All Florida Universities See Tuition Increase

Eagle News June 24, 2011 The Board of Governors approved the seven percent differential for all 11 Florida universities Thursday. Below is a break down of each institutions tuition. Information provided by the Florida Board of Governors. New College of

Lakewood Ranch High School Grad Tapped for Fla. University Governing Board

Bradenton Herald June 24, 2011 A former dropout risk who turned his life around at Lakewood Ranch High School has become, at 19, the youngest student to serve on the Florida Board of Governors for the state university system. Michael

Lakewood Ranch High School Grad Tapped for Fla. University Governing Board

Bradenton Herald June 24, 2011 A former dropout risk who turned his life around at Lakewood Ranch High School has become, at 19, the youngest student to serve on the Florida Board of Governors for the state university system. Michael

Florida Board of Governors Approve Higher Cost for College Education

WUSF June 23, 2011 The average cost of tuition and fees for undergraduates at Florida’s 11 public universities is going up 15 percent, the maximum amount allowed by law, thanks to a decision by the Board of Governors. The Board

Florida Board of Governors Approve Higher Cost for College Education

WUSF June 23, 2011 The average cost of tuition and fees for undergraduates at Florida’s 11 public universities is going up 15 percent, the maximum amount allowed by law, thanks to a decision by the Board of Governors. The Board

UF Students Will Be Paying 15 Percent Tuition Hike

Gainesville Sun June 23, 2011 University of Florida undergraduates will be paying 15 percent more in tuition starting this fall, along with students at other state universities. The Florida Board of Governors voted this afternoon to approve a 7 percent

UF Students Will Be Paying 15 Percent Tuition Hike

Gainesville Sun June 23, 2011 University of Florida undergraduates will be paying 15 percent more in tuition starting this fall, along with students at other state universities. The Florida Board of Governors voted this afternoon to approve a 7 percent

Florida's Board of Governors Approves Tuition Hikes, Rates to Rise 15 Percent at State

Naples Daily News June 23, 2011 A 15 percent tuition increase is all but signed, stamped and on its way to Florida’s public university students. Florida’s Board of Governers on Thursday voted for additional tuition increases on top of what

Florida's Board of Governors Approves Tuition Hikes, Rates to Rise 15 Percent at State

Naples Daily News June 23, 2011 A 15 percent tuition increase is all but signed, stamped and on its way to Florida’s public university students. Florida’s Board of Governers on Thursday voted for additional tuition increases on top of what