• All students newly admitted to Lang are assigned an academic advisor (a guidance counselor), a faculty advisor (a professor), and a peer advisor (an upper-level student). Your faculty advisor will be teaching one of your courses during your first semester and will serve as an academic mentor throughout your studies at Lang. Your peer advisor (called a First Year Fellow) will facilitate your transition to college and help you build important skills in a biweekly workshop. If you have questions about advising, please contact the Center for Student Success at 212.228.5100 x2264 or

    Registration instructions for:

    • First-year students
      Read instructions on the course selection process and registration as well as course descriptions.

      Dance students
      Please indicate whether you were admitted to the Dance program. You will be automatically registered for 7 credits, including your advising course "Improvisation: Embodied," Moving with Somatics, Ballet Practices, and a First-Year Workshop. You should therefore select only a First-Year Writing section and anelective course.

    • Transfer students
      New transfer students can register with an advisor beginning July 15. Visit this page for further details.

    • Continuing students
      For continuing students, registration takes place for the spring semester in November and for the fall semester in April. Follow this link to find useful information such as class schedules, course descriptions, and important announcementsfor the upcoming semester, as well as instructions for advisement and registration, advisor contact information, registration for courses offered by other divisions, and academic requirements.

    BA/BFA Degree Requirements

    • Lang and Parsons program: Successful completion of a minimum of 168 credits, including at least 78 credits in liberal arts courses and 78 credits in non-liberal arts (studio and practice-based) courses, plus 12 credits in art history
    • Lang and Jazz program: Successful completion of a minimum of 180 credits, including at least 90 credits in liberal arts courses and 90 credits in non-liberal arts (studio and practice-based) courses
    • For Parsons BA/BFA students, a first-year advising seminar is required at Lang (note, the first writing requirement is satisfied through the integrative Studio/Seminar at Parsons); for Jazz BA/BFA students, Writing the Essay 1 (BA/BFA students, whether Parsons or Jazz, are not required to complete the First-Year Workshop or Reading NYC.)
    • Registration for at least one Lang course every semester in residence, for a minimum of 44 credits taken at Lang
    • Completion of the requirements for a Lang major or interdisciplinary program
    • Completion of the requirements for the Parsons or Jazz BFA program Note to transfer students: Transferability of studio credits is determined by the Parsons and Jazz admission offices.)

    Note: BA/BFA students do not have to complete University Lectures (ULEC) courses unless a lecture is required by their major (transfer students are exempt from this requirement).

    Learn more about

    • BA components of the combined degree, including transfer questions: Consult the Center for Student Success at 212.228.5100 x2264 or

    AP and Transfer Credits

    Remember to have official AP score reports mailed to the Admission Office. To request a score report, contact 888.CALL4AP or visit For high school and college transcripts, please contact institutions directly. Mail all information to:

    Eugene Lang College Admission
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    New York, NY 10003

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    All correspondence about registration and academic records will be sent through your university email account. This guarantees your privacy and protects your identity. If you have not already logged in to your account, please do so now at If you encounter problems logging in, contact the Help Desk at 212.229.5300 x2828.