Advisors have extensive knowledge of campus resources and will show you how to navigate university systems and procedures. They also act as liaisons between you and University Student Services staff and will acquaint you with procedures for communicating with faculty and other academic leadership when policy questions such as academic integrity, grade appeals, and academic standing arise.
You are assigned to an advisor based on your program and year of study, and in some cases, your last name. You can find your advisor's name, office location, and contact information on our Advisors page. Advisor photos and bios are available through the Student Success Network.
To make it easier for you to schedule an appointment with your academic advisor, you can book appointments and sign up for group sessions in my.newschool.edu. Just follow these steps to schedule an advising appointment:
To learn more about the Student Success Network, visit www.newschool.edu/student-services/student-success-network.
Whether you are trying to decide on a major or have already selected one, you can use DegreeWorks to explore your options and to monitor your degree progress. DegreeWorks will show you all of the courses required for your degree, as well as all the classes you have completed thus far. You can find out more about how to use this tool in the DegreeWorks tutorial. DegreeWorks is available on the Student tab of MyNewSchool.
To learn about the courses you'll take and to see courses offered by other divisions of The New School, use the University Course Catalog. The course catalog links to the schedule of classes, where you can find the days and times that classes are offered. Descriptions of the Collabs and Currents courses offered by the School of Art, Media, and Technology are available in the Fall 2013 Course Descriptions document.
There are many services on campus to assist and support students. You can find information on available services and, in some cases, schedule appointments, using the Student Success Network.