The Offices of Undergraduate Admission offer a variety of events designed to help you decide if The New School is the right fit for you. We invite you to visit us on the road or at our New York City campus to interact with admission representatives and current students to discuss your college plans.
Through a variety of information sessions, explore our undergraduate programs. These information sessions provide an introduction to academics and admission requirements and are ideal for those interested in applying for undergraduate study at The New School. Search the schedule and register for an information session.
Through a variety of student-led tours, explore our New York City campus in Greenwich Village. All tours include an introduction to the university and a walking tour of our academic facilities. Campus tours are ideal for applicants or those interested in an introduction to undergraduate study at The New School. Search the schedule and register for a campus tour.
Prospective undergraduate students may meet one-on-one with an admission representative, before or after submitting an application. No appointment is necessary, though wait times may be longer during peak seasons. Walk-in hours are offered from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. weekdays.
You must call or email in advance if you wish to visit the Office of Admission at other times or if you want to meet with a specific counselor.
We're proud of our distinguished faculty and exceptional students. Experience a class for yourself by sitting in on a current undergraduate class. Search the schedule and register for a class visit at Eugene Lang College of Liberal Arts or email Denise Rodriguez at firstname.lastname@example.org for additional options.
Class visits for Jazz are included as part of the Jazz Village Campus Tours. To inquire about visiting a class at any other undergraduate division, as space is limited, please contact us at email@example.com.
If you can’t come to The New School, we can come to you.
The Office of Undergraduate Admission offers interactive admission information sessions online several times a year. As in on-campus information sessions, representatives of our academic programs join with admission counselors to answer your questions.
Every fall and spring, New School admission counselors travel to many parts of the United States and internationally to look for promising students for our undergraduate degree programs. Selected events will be posted as they are scheduled.