The New School for Public Engagement offers innovative graduate degree and certificate programs in international affairs, management, urban policy, English language teaching, media studies, and creative writing. Talk to us and visit us if you think one of our programs may be the right program for you.
Meet members of the faculty and admission staff of our graduate school programs. Get answers to all your questions, including ones about admission and degree requirements, financial aid, and career services. Recommended for prospective students who have not yet applied. See the schedule and sign up for a Graduate School Information Session.
Hour-long walking tours of the New School campus in Greenwich Village are led by current graduate students after a brief orientation by admission counselors. Tours are held Monday through Friday at noon. Advance reservations are encouraged but not required. We recommend the tour to all prospective students, whatever your application status.
Prospective graduate students are strongly encouraged to meet one-on-one with an admission counselor, whether before or after submitting an application. Some programs require a personal interview as part of the admission process. Call 212.229.5150 or email GradAdmission@newschool.edu to schedule an appointment, or drop in during our open advising hours.
You must call or email in advance if you wish to visit the Office of Admission at other times or if you expect to meet with a specific counselor.
We're proud of our distinguished faculty and exceptional students. Experience a class for yourself by sitting in on a graduate seminar session. Class visits are available in the Milano School of International Affairs, Management, and Urban Policy and the School of Media Studies. Only one visitor is permitted in any class, so it is important to sign up early. Class visits will resume in September 2013. Check back here for further updates.
If you can't come to The New School, we can come to you.
The Office of Graduate Admission offers interactive admission information sessions online several times a year. As in the information sessions on campus, representatives of our academic programs join with admission counselors to answer your questions.
Every fall and spring, New School admission counselors travel to many parts of the United States to look for promising students for our graduate degree programs. A travel schedule for fall 2013 will be available in late July. Please check back at this website or contact us in July.
Office of Admission
72 5th Ave. (Map)
New York, NY 10011
Phone: 212.229.5150 or 800.292.3040Undergraduate: email@example.comGraduate: firstname.lastname@example.org