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The New School is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity and a Military Friendly Institution.
Information on Assessment of Academic Programs
Post-Graduate Employment and Education Statistics (PDF)
Copyright Infringement Letter
Statement on the Responsibilities of Computer Users
Students' Rights Under FERPA
Services for Individuals with Disabilities
Career and Placement Services During and After Enrollment
HEOA Text Book Provision (PDF)
Voter Registration Information
Annual Campus Security Guide
Campus Crime Stats
Emergency Response and Evacuation Procedures
Institutional Policies Regarding Vaccinations
Missing Student Policy
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Student Rights and Responsibilities
Eugene Lang College of Liberal Arts
Parsons School of Design
School of Drama
School of Jazz
Mannes School of Music
Schools of Public Engagement
The New School for Social Research