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New College Named to Forbes “Best Value” List

New College of Florida placed 12th in Forbes magazine’s list of “Best Value Colleges” for 2014, more national media recognition of how New College provides a top-quality education at an affordable price.

New College Named to Forbes “Best Value” List

New College of Florida placed 12th in Forbes magazine’s list of “Best Value Colleges” for 2014, more national media recognition of how New College provides a top-quality education at an affordable price.

New Music New College Announces 2014-15 Season

The 2014-15 New Music New College concert series will feature new stars and innovators of instrumental and vocal music and the original interpretations of classic pieces that audiences have come to expect from the series. Entering its 16th season, New

New Music New College Announces 2014-15 Season

The 2014-15 New Music New College concert series will feature new stars and innovators of instrumental and vocal music and the original interpretations of classic pieces that audiences have come to expect from the series. Entering its 16th season, New

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New College of Florida makes elite “Best Buy” listing in Fiske Guide to Colleges 2015

New College of Florida continued a year of prominent accolades with its selection as a “Best Buy” college – one of just 44 in the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom – in the respected Fiske Guide to Colleges.

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New College of Florida makes elite “Best Buy” listing in Fiske Guide to Colleges 2015

New College of Florida continued a year of prominent accolades with its selection as a “Best Buy” college – one of just 44 in the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom – in the respected Fiske Guide to Colleges.

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Kids to Learn Robotics, Scuba, Marine Science at New College

June 11, 2014 More than two dozen middle school and high school students from Sarasota and Manatee counties are learning science skills, from building and programming submersible robots to collecting and examining marine life and even learning scuba diving, from

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Kids to Learn Robotics, Scuba, Marine Science at New College

June 11, 2014 More than two dozen middle school and high school students from Sarasota and Manatee counties are learning science skills, from building and programming submersible robots to collecting and examining marine life and even learning scuba diving, from

New College of Florida Announces Inaugural Class of Daughters for Life Scholars from Middle East

Five women from the Middle East will attend New College of Florida this fall on full four-year scholarships, the first class of scholars to be supported through a partnership between the College and the Daughters for Life Foundation. The College

New College of Florida Announces Inaugural Class of Daughters for Life Scholars from Middle East

Five women from the Middle East will attend New College of Florida this fall on full four-year scholarships, the first class of scholars to be supported through a partnership between the College and the Daughters for Life Foundation. The College

New College of Florida’s Class of 2014: Commencement, By the Numbers

In his opening remarks at New College of Florida’s 48th commencement, on May 23, President Donal O’Shea – a Harvard-trained mathematician – broke down the graduating class’s success in numbers.

New College of Florida’s Class of 2014: Commencement, By the Numbers

In his opening remarks at New College of Florida’s 48th commencement, on May 23, President Donal O’Shea – a Harvard-trained mathematician – broke down the graduating class’s success in numbers.

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Five New College of Florida Students Awarded Fulbright Grants for 2014

Five students at New College of Florida have been awarded prestigious Fulbright grants for 2014 and will study and work in Belarus, China, Taiwan, India and Germany. This year’s recipients are Erich Barganier (St. Petersburg, Fla.), Robert Matthew Klinkel (Orlando, Fla.), Laura

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Five New College of Florida Students Awarded Fulbright Grants for 2014

Five students at New College of Florida have been awarded prestigious Fulbright grants for 2014 and will study and work in Belarus, China, Taiwan, India and Germany. This year’s recipients are Erich Barganier (St. Petersburg, Fla.), Robert Matthew Klinkel (Orlando, Fla.), Laura

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New College Student Receives Two National Awards

New College of Florida student Abigail Oakes has won national recognition for her devotion to both the environment and her community. She was one of 50 students nationwide to be awarded a Udall Scholarship for demonstrating a commitment to a

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New College Student Receives Two National Awards

New College of Florida student Abigail Oakes has won national recognition for her devotion to both the environment and her community. She was one of 50 students nationwide to be awarded a Udall Scholarship for demonstrating a commitment to a

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Two New College Students Win Full Scholarships for Master’s Degree Programs at Oxford University

Timothy Duff and Kaitlin Statz, students at New College of Florida, have been awarded full scholarships for master’s degrees at England’s renowned University of Oxford, as members of the inaugural class of Frost Scholars.

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Two New College Students Win Full Scholarships for Master’s Degree Programs at Oxford University

Timothy Duff and Kaitlin Statz, students at New College of Florida, have been awarded full scholarships for master’s degrees at England’s renowned University of Oxford, as members of the inaugural class of Frost Scholars.

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Jennifer Granick, Alumna and Civil Liberties Expert, Named as Keynote Speaker for Commencement

New College of Florida announces that Jennifer Granick, director of civil liberties at Stanford Law School’s Center for Internet and Society, will be the keynote speaker at the College’s 48th Commencement on May 23, 2014. Granick, a 1990 graduate of

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Jennifer Granick, Alumna and Civil Liberties Expert, Named as Keynote Speaker for Commencement

New College of Florida announces that Jennifer Granick, director of civil liberties at Stanford Law School’s Center for Internet and Society, will be the keynote speaker at the College’s 48th Commencement on May 23, 2014. Granick, a 1990 graduate of