ATTENTION: Our Accepted Students Day event this Friday, April 19 has reached maximum capacity. For space reasons, we are unable to accommodate any additional registrants at this time. If you were not able to register for this event but would still like to visit our campus, please consider registering for a campus tour, information session or class visit here. Thank you for your understanding.
Accepted Students Day
Lang is excited to welcome newly admitted students to campus Friday, April 12 and Friday, April 19. Please join us either day for a more in-depth look into the opportunities and resources on offer at Lang. The program will begin with breakfast and opening remarks from the Dean's Office, followed by a Q&A panel, where students and their families will hear from faculty, staff and current students about their respective Lang experiences. The official program will conclude with a campus tour. Once the program has ended, admitted students will be able to take part in a number of optional activities like walk-in hours with Student Financial Services and housing tours. Accepted Students Day on Friday, April 19 has reached capacity.
We offer student-led informational walking tours of The New School throughout the year. Tours are a great way to learn more about Eugene Lang College, our Greenwich Village campus, student life, academics, and the admission process. All informational walking tours are one hour long and include a sit-down information session. The size of tour groups is limited. Prospective students should register in advance and call the Office of Admission at least two days before the tour date to confirm their attendance.
Eugene Lang College Admission Information Sessions
Join us for a 30-minute information session where you learn more about the application process from current Lang students. These exceptional students offer helpful advice about Eugene Lang College admission criteria, the Common Application, writing an admission essay, etc. in a more quiet setting than the traditional campus tour. Every session includes a question and answer period. Information sessions are offered every Wednesday and Friday at 12:00 noon. Please register in advance.
Accepted Transfer Student Phone Appointments
We encourage our Accepted Transfer Students who have confirmed their attendance to make a phone appointment with the Transfer Enrollment Coordinator. Our coordinator provides information about what to do before coming to campus and transfer credit evaluations. To set up an appointment, please contact Lang Admissions. Skype appointments are available for international students.
seniors have the the opportunity to experience our seminar classes
at Lang. Registrants will be contacted prior the visit date by the class
visit coordinator and be given the opportunity to express a preference
from the list of available classes. Class visits are offered Mondays
& Wednesdays at 10am and Tuesdays & Thursdays at 1:45pm. Please register one week in advance.
School Group Visits
College counselors are encouraged to explore the website to learn more about Lang's academic programs, internships, and connections with New York City as well as with the other New School divisions. Lang representatives may be in your area. If you would like more information, contact us to request a counselor packet.
Eugene Lang College also welcomes group visits from high schools and community-based organizations. To reserve a group tour, please contact Denise Rodriguez one month in advance of your planned visit date to ensure tour guide availability. Please note that at this time, Lang cannot accommodate groups of middle school-aged students.
Students interested in the dance program must apply and be accepted to Eugene Lang College. An audition is required for admission into the dance program. Learn more about our dance program open house/auditions this fall.
Register for an open house and audition for the dance program on November 17, 2012; February 9, 2013; or March 9, 2013.
The New School maintains six residence halls, each one a mix of students from all of the university divisions. The office of Student Housing offers tours of individual dorms that are run separately from campus tours. Learn more about campus housing or see the dorm tour schedule.
If you have any questions about campus visits or the admissions process, we encourage you to contact the counselor from your area. We look forward to hearing from you.