Category Archives: In The News

College enrolls largest ever freshman class

Business Observer, August 25, 2015 SARASOTA — Incoming students at New College of Florida, 293 in total, represent the largest ever freshman class at the school, Florida’s designated honors college for liberal arts. New students come from as far away

College enrolls largest ever freshman class

Business Observer, August 25, 2015 SARASOTA — Incoming students at New College of Florida, 293 in total, represent the largest ever freshman class at the school, Florida’s designated honors college for liberal arts. New students come from as far away

Washington Monthly ranks New College No. 10 among nation’s liberal arts colleges

Sarasota ABC 7 (WWSB-TV) August 25, 2015 New College of Florida was ranked No. 10 among the nation’s liberal arts colleges – and first among public liberal arts schools – in Washington Monthly magazine’s “2015 College Rankings” issue.

Washington Monthly ranks New College No. 10 among nation’s liberal arts colleges

Sarasota ABC 7 (WWSB-TV) August 25, 2015 New College of Florida was ranked No. 10 among the nation’s liberal arts colleges – and first among public liberal arts schools – in Washington Monthly magazine’s “2015 College Rankings” issue.

Colleges in Manatee, Sarasota welcome students back Monday

Bradenton Herald, August 25, 2015 MANATEE — In line with the area’s public schools, local colleges and universities welcomed students back for class on Monday. University of South Florida Sarasota-Manatee, State College of Florida Manatee-Sarasota and New College of Florida

Colleges in Manatee, Sarasota welcome students back Monday

Bradenton Herald, August 25, 2015 MANATEE — In line with the area’s public schools, local colleges and universities welcomed students back for class on Monday. University of South Florida Sarasota-Manatee, State College of Florida Manatee-Sarasota and New College of Florida

Frank Alcock: Oil- and gas-drilling bill raises alarm for Florida

Tampa Tribune, August 16, 2015 Last month, the U.S. Senate’s Energy and Natural Resources Committee passed a bill sponsored by Bill Cassidy, R-Louisiana, that would allow for drilling in federal waters within 50 miles of Florida’s coastline. The bill passed the

Frank Alcock: Oil- and gas-drilling bill raises alarm for Florida

Tampa Tribune, August 16, 2015 Last month, the U.S. Senate’s Energy and Natural Resources Committee passed a bill sponsored by Bill Cassidy, R-Louisiana, that would allow for drilling in federal waters within 50 miles of Florida’s coastline. The bill passed the

Oil industry lobbies to drill eastern Gulf of Mexico

Portland Press Herald, Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, Tampa Bay Times, Daytona Beach News-Journal August 8, 2015 WASHINGTON — Florida would be showered with thousands of jobs and billions of dollars of tax revenue over the next two decades if the federal government would

Oil industry lobbies to drill eastern Gulf of Mexico

Portland Press Herald, Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, Tampa Bay Times, Daytona Beach News-Journal August 8, 2015 WASHINGTON — Florida would be showered with thousands of jobs and billions of dollars of tax revenue over the next two decades if the federal government would

South County Memorabilia Sought for HCC History Collection

The Observer News July 30, 2015 What you have stored in your basement or attic might just be worth taking a second look at, especially if you picked it up while cleaning out an elder relative’s house or storage shed.

South County Memorabilia Sought for HCC History Collection

The Observer News July 30, 2015 What you have stored in your basement or attic might just be worth taking a second look at, especially if you picked it up while cleaning out an elder relative’s house or storage shed.

States to Colleges: Prove You’re Worth It

The Pew Charitable Trusts July 28, 2015 New College of Florida doesn’t offer pre-professional degrees, like nursing or engineering. Students choose the public liberal arts college because they want an intellectual experience. Many take a year off after graduation to

States to Colleges: Prove You’re Worth It

The Pew Charitable Trusts July 28, 2015 New College of Florida doesn’t offer pre-professional degrees, like nursing or engineering. Students choose the public liberal arts college because they want an intellectual experience. Many take a year off after graduation to