Overall New College of Florida Acceptance Rate
Accepted Applicants Profile
- SAT Scores: 1170 - 1380
- ACT Scores: 27 - 31
How Hard Is It to Get into New College of Florida
Applicant Selectivity: Moderately Selective
The selectivity of applicants for undergraduate admissions to New of Florida is considered moderately selective. Many accepted applicants score in the mid-range on the SAT or ACT exam, as well as having a solid high school GPA and number of college prep courses.
How Does New College of Florida Compare to Other Liberal Arts Colleges in FL
General Recommendations & Requirements for Admissions
To apply for undergraduate admission at New College, candidates must include the following with their application:
- (1) One letter of recommendation from a guidance counselor, principal, or teacher in a core academic subject.
- (2) Application fee submitted online or via phone; (3) Official student academic record.
- (4) Official test results from the SAT or ACT.
A fee waiver may be provided for students who complete a fee waiver form and have it signed by a high school guidance counselor. SAT and ACT scores may be self-reported on the online application. However, if a candidate is admitted and eventually enrolls at NCF, official test scores will be required.
Number of Applicants, Percent Admitted, and Enrolled Students
Average Standardized Test Scores
|SAT Section||Score Range|
|Critical Reading||610 - 720|
|Math||560 - 660|
|Total Score:||1170 - 1380|
|ACT Section||Score Range|
|English||27 - 33|
|Math||24 - 28|
|Composite Score:||27 - 31|