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  • Accepted Students

    Congratulations! Now that you’ve been admitted, your next step is to confirm your enrollment by submitting your $500 nonrefundable tuition deposit.

    Are you a newly admitted student who needs to pay your admission tuition deposit?

    To accept your offer of admission and reserve your place in the class, visit my.newschool.edu and use the online system to pay your admission tuition deposit by the date stated in your acceptance letter.

    First-time users

    1. Go to account.newschool.edu and click the "Look up your NetID" link.
    2. Enter your New School ID number (it can be found on your admit letter) and last name.
    3. Once you know your NetID, you must reset your password by selecting the "Reset Your Password" link and completing the reset process.
    4. Now you can log in to my.newschool.edu with your NetID and password and proceed to the Accepted Students tab to pay your tuition deposit.

    Returning users

    Log in to my.newschool.edu with your NetID and password. If you don't remember your NetID or password, click the “Look up Your NetID or Reset Your Password” link below the log-in box. This will take you to the Account Services page, where you can look up your NetID or reset your password. Next, log in to my.newschool.edu and proceed with making your payment.

    Have you already deposited or reconfirmed your enrollment? 

    Visit the Admission Hub for additional enrollment information. Also visit the New Student website.

    Do you need to pay by mail?

    If you are unable to use the online system, you can pay your $500 tuition deposit by mail with a check or money order. Download the Admission Reply Form (PDF) and send it with your payment by the date stated in your admission letter.

    Do you have special circumstances regarding the tuition deposit?

    If you paid your deposit in a previous term or belong to a special program that exempts you from submitting a deposit, please return the Intent to Enroll form included with your acceptance letter.

    Have you decided not to attend?

    We understand that plans can change. If you need to cancel your admission application, please complete the online form found in the Next Steps section of the Admission Hub.

    Do you need to defer admission, or are you looking to be reconsidered for a future term?

    Graduate and Performing Arts Degrees

    Students cannot defer admittance to graduate and/or performing arts programs at The New School. If you wish to be considered for a future term, we will gladly move your application for reconsideration to the same program. Fall applicants must contact the Office of Admission to request reconsideration by September 15; spring applicants must make this request by February 1. We will only reconsider files for students who were admitted during the previous two terms, and you must specify for which upcoming term you would like to be reconsidered. Please note that your admission decision and scholarship offer may change. Students applying to Parsons and schools within the College of Performing Arts will need to resubmit a portfolio or an audition, respectively.

    Parsons School of Design Undergraduate Degrees

    Parsons permits deferral of admission for students admitted to bachelor's and associate's programs. All deferral requests (PDF) must be approved by the director of Admission. Applicants must submit a deposit in order to be eligible for consideration of deferral. Applicants approved for deferral will receive the same institutional awards offered upon admission. Students who cannot begin classes at Parsons within one year from their semester of admission must file a new application. If you wish to be considered for a future term, we will gladly move your application for reconsideration to the same program. Fall applicants must contact the Office of Admission to request reconsideration by September 15; spring applicants must make this request by February 1. We will only reconsider files for students who were admitted during the previous two terms, and you must specify for which upcoming term you would like to be reconsidered. Please note that your admission decision and scholarship offer may change. Students applying to programs requiring a portfolio will need to resubmit the portfolio for reconsideration.

    Eugene Lang College and Bachelor's Program for Adults and Transfer Students Degrees

    Lang and the Bachelor’s Program for Adults and Transfer Students both permit deferral of admission for students admitted to bachelor's programs. All deferral requests (PDF) must be approved by the director of Admission. Applicants must submit a deposit in order to be eligible for consideration of deferral. Applicants approved for deferral will receive the same institutional awards offered upon admission. Students who cannot begin classes within one year from their semester of admission must file a new application. If you wish to be considered for a future term, we will gladly move your application for reconsideration to the same program. Fall applicants must contact the Office of Admission to request reconsideration by September 15; spring applicants must make this request by February 1. We will only reconsider files for students who were admitted during the previous two terms, and you must specify for which upcoming term you would like to be reconsidered. Please note that your admission decision and scholarship offer may change.