Explore this site to learn about
registering for classes, and use the list below to ensure you've completed everything that's needed before classes begin.
If you have not yet submitted your tuition deposit, please visit the Accepted Student tab in
MyNewSchool before continuing.
All new students will be assigned a New School email account within two business days of receipt of their tuition deposit. You can access your New School email account by logging in to MyNewSchool, clicking on the Apps icon (three horizontal lines located in the upper right portion of the screen), and selecting Email. You can also go directly to mail.newschool.edu.
On the MyNewSchool Me tab you will find My Announcements, where important information and updates from your school and program will be posted. You will also find University Announcements, a hub for announcements of events, workshops, special offers, and opportunities available to the entire student body.
It is important that you check your MyNewSchool announcements and New School email account regularly. Remember that all official university email communications will be sent only to this email address.
The New School requires all enrolled students to present a final official transcript before the start of their first semester of classes.
Failure to submit the required documentation for your degree program will result in a hold on your account. A hold prevents registration for subsequent semesters and could jeopardize your financial aid awards.
Review the list of documents (PDF) we accept as proof of graduation. Please email email@example.com if your particular situation and school documentation are not outlined in the list.
All online-only degree-seeking students are required to verify that they have read the material distributed by The New School on meningococcal disease. Download the form on the Student Health Services
website and carefully read the instructions. Submit the completed form by fax, email, or mail.
If you do not complete these steps, a hold will be placed on your account, which will prevent you from registering for classes and making changes to your class schedule.
For more information, email
firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the Student Health Services
As a member of the New School community, you are required to
obtain a newcard, your official university ID card. It functions as your key to campus facilities and student services. Your newcard must be presented for building access, library lending, meal plan purchases, admittance to special New School events, and other purposes.
As a new incoming student, you must—before arriving on campus—submit a color photo online to be used to create your newcard. For more information, visit the newcard website.
All degree, diploma, online-only, visiting, mobility (study abroad), maintenance of status, Lang and Parsons consortium, graduate certificate program, ESL + certificate program, and non-matriculating graduate and undergraduate degree program students are automatically enrolled in Student Health Services and the student health insurance plan provided for The New School by Aetna Student Health. The insurance premium and Health Services Fee are charged at registration.
All students can waive their New School insurance coverage if they have equivalent medical insurance by submitting the Online Waiver Form by September 20, 2016 (check back for the link to the Online Waiver Form).
Undergraduate students registered for five (5) or fewer credits and all graduate students (except those at Parsons Paris) can also waive the Health Services Fee by submitting the Online Waiver Form. Undergraduate students registered for 6 or more credits are required to remain enrolled in Student Health Services and are not eligible to waive the Health Services Fee.
Please note: The health insurance Online Waiver Form must be submitted at the beginning of each academic year, or by the spring waiver deadline if you are not registered in the fall semester.
For more information, email email@example.com or visit Student Health Services.
Students interested in requesting reasonable accommodations for a disability should complete the Disability Self-Identification Form. For more information, visit Student Disability Services.
All new students who have submitted a tuition deposit should already have completed the financial aid process. If you have not yet applied for aid, visit Student Financial Services for information and instructions.
If you are eligible for financial aid (or scholarships) and have a completed application on file, you can check the status online by logging in to MyNewSchool and accessing your financial aid information in the Student Financial Services section. All new students receiving financial aid in the form of federal government-supported student loans must complete an Entrance Loan Counseling session online at www.studentloans.gov.
If you are an international undergraduate or graduate student, learn more about funding options by visiting Student Financial Services.
If you have not yet deposited, please visit the Accepted Student tab in MyNewSchool before continuing.
All new students must provide emergency contact information. To update your emergency contact information, log in to MyNewSchool and visit the Me tab, where you will find a link to "Update Emergency Contact Information" in the Personal Information channel. The university may use the contact information you provide in case of an emergency. If this information changes, please return to MyNewSchool to update it.
Keep your mailing address up-to-date at MyNewSchool. All official university mailings will be sent to this address.
MyNewSchool and Canvas Access
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If you still have questions about what you need to do before classes begin, contact the individual offices or email
If you are a Parsons Paris student, please email
firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.