The Honors College of Florida
The No. 6 Public National Liberal Arts College - U.S. News & World Report
New College of Florida is debuting a version of its liberal arts degree in Spring 2024 that will feature classes offered through distance learning, supported by live video-conferencing seminars and discussion groups so that it will be accessible to students everywhere. The liberal arts curriculum spans the period from Ancient Greece to the modern age.
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Joshua Ingram Applied Data Science Master's Student Josh Ingram is a current NCF master’s student. He recently received the international Quad Fellowship, earning a one-time award of $50,000, plus $25,000 in additional support. He previously received his bachelor’s degree in statistics and applied mathematics here at NCF. Read More
Isaiah Johnson Neuroscience & Applied Mathematics Student Third year Isaiah Johnson came to New College for its affordability and individualized curriculum. He plans to continue his education by studying space medicine and eventually earn a career in aerospace physiology. Learn More
Maxeme Tuchman, '04 CEO and Co-Founder of Caribu Following the growth of a successful content partnership together, Caribu and its CEO co-founder Maxeme Tuchman are welcomed into the Mattel family of brands. While at New College, she co-founded La Esquina Latina, a space for female Spanish-speaking students to room and celebrate their culture together. Learn More
Annie Dong Art Therapy Student Student Annie Dong facilitated a mural project with Art Center Sarasota and the Boys and Girls Club. The project recruited students in order to help shape the Sarasota community. Read More
Jessica Young Assistant Professor of English Assistant Professor of English Jessica Young recently shared her expertise for the documentary Town Destroyer. Her scholarship focuses on memory in the literature of genocide. Read More