The New School's Bachelor's Program for Adults and Transfer Students is deeply rooted in the goal of lifelong higher learning articulated by the founders of The New School in 1919. In 1943, The New School began offering a bachelor's degree program for transfer students and adults to address the educational needs of returning WWII veterans. Today, our dedication to that mission continues in a program that offers exceptional services and an innovative curriculum to nearly 1,000 adult students in New York City and online.
The undergraduate curriculum of the Bachelor's Program for Adults and Transfer Students is fully accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools. Its courses and degrees are accepted by other colleges and professional schools throughout the United States and abroad.
Laura Auricchio, Dean, School of Undergraduate Studies
Juana Kennedy, Director of Administration
Tracyann Williams, Director of Academic AdvisingCathy Gibbons, Director of Experiental LearningMichelle Materre, Director of CurriculumBrandon Fischer, Program Manager, Thematic Interdisciplinary Programs
Kemi Soyeju, Program ManagerCharles Allison, Chair, Management, Leadership, and EntrepreneurshipJonathan Bach, Chair, Global StudiesLaura Cronk, Associate Director of Undergraduate Curriculum, School of WritingJulia Foulkes, Chair, Arts and Social EngagementMelissa Friedling, Director of Undergraduate Programs, Media StudiesTerri Gordon, Chair, Ethics, Power and JusticeLaura Liu, Chair, Urban StudiesMarie-Christine Massé, Chair, Foreign LanguagesAlan McGowan, Chair, Environmental StudiesKate McIntosh, Advisor, Creative Arts and Health
Ricardo Montez, Chair, Gender and Sexuality Studies, Race and Ethnicity StudiesFabio Parasecoli, Coordinator, Food StudiesLisa Rubin, Chair, PsychologyVal Vinokur, Chair, Literary and Cultural Studies
The New School has been regionally accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education since 1960. For more information, visit Accreditation and State Regulatory Authorizations. Middle States Commission on Higher Education, 3624 Market Street, 2nd Floor West, Philadelphia, PA 19104. 216.284.5000
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