• Registering for Classes

    Academic advising begins with the selection of classes for your first semester and continues throughout your time at The New School. Academic advisors are here to help you define your goals, identify unique learning opportunities, and map a personalized path to prepare you to lead creative innovation. Your advisor will be assigned to you on the basis of your college, program of study, or major. In some cases, your advisor may also be assigned on the basis of your last name, year level, or specific area of interest.

    The registration process varies by program. You will be contacted via your New School email account with more information and registration instructions specific to your program. Below is general information to assist you in planning.

  • Schools of Public Engagement

    Bachelor's Program for Adults and Transfer Students

    Before you can register for classes, you will need to speak with an advisor. If you live near New York City or can travel to the city, your advising session will be in person. If you are not able to get to New York for advising, your appointment can be done over the phone or via Skype. Advising sessions are usually 30-45 minutes. 

    Please check back after June 1, 2017, for more information.

    Program Information and Degree Requirements

    School of Media Studies

    Before you can register for classes, you'll need to speak with an advisor. You will receive an email with registration information, including how to contact your advisor.

    Please check back after June 1, 2017, for more information.

    Program Information and Degree Requirements

    Milano School of International Affairs, Management, and Urban Policy

    Fall 2017 registration information will be emailed to you. Be sure to check your New School email account for this information.

    Please check back after June 1, 2017, for more information.

    Program Information and Degree Requirements

    MA TESOL Program

    You will receive an email from the MA TESOL office containing information about registration. Be sure to check your New School email account for this information. You will then meet the director for advisement.

    Please check back after June 1, 2017, for more information.

    Program Information and Degree Requirements

    The New School for Social Research

    Students who have reserved their place at NSSR by submitting the required tuition deposit will receive an email from the Office of Academic Affairs at their New School email address. This email introduces students to their academic advisors and provides instructions for scheduling an advising appointment and for registration. All new students must submit the required tuition deposit in order to register. 

    Additional fall 2017 registration information will be emailed to you. Be sure to check your New School email account for this information. 

    Please check back after June 1, 2017, for more information. 

    Parsons School of Design

    Advising and registration for new students varies on the basis of degree and major program. Fall 2017 registration information will be emailed to you. Be sure to check your New School email account for this information.

    Please check back after June 1, 2017, for more information.

    Eugene Lang College of Liberal Arts

    Fall 2017 registration information will be emailed to you. Be sure to check your New School email account for this information.

    Please check back after June 1, 2017, for more information.

      School of Jazz

      Advising and registration for new students will take place during New Student Orientation week (August 21–25). Throughout orientation week, you will take a series of placement exams covering all of the core musical subjects, private lesson proficiency, and ensemble placement. At the end of New Student Orientation week, you will have a one-on-one appointment with your advisor to examine the results of your placement exams and register for classes. All new students will also attend the first session of New Student Seminars, an extension of New Student Orientation that covers curriculum, private lessons, ensemble programs and policies, career development, and many other aspects of the program. 

      Please check back after June 1, 2017, for more information.

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