The New School understands the time and commitment required when you return to school as an adult. That's why we offer a variety of ways to help you save time and money. Review the options below or contact the office of admission to speak with experts who can guide you on the path toward your intellectual and professional goals.
Earn up to 30 transfer credits by preparing portfolios that demonstrate college-level learning acquired outside the classroom through jobs, independent study, or volunteer work—and/or by taking an exam to show foreign language proficiency. Learn how.
Go further faster by earning up to 12 graduate-level credits that can apply toward both your bachelor’s degree and a New School graduate degree. Learn how.
New School scholarships—awarded on the basis of need and merit—include awards for community college students, students in the performing arts, and students over 25 returning to college after being out of school for 5 or more years. Learn about all the options.
Transfer up to 84 credits into the program.
The New School’s formal agreements with community colleges, AMDA, CAP21, International Culinary Center, and New York Film Academy make it easy to transfer credits from those institutions to The New School. Learn more.
Student Financial Services can work with you to identify sources of financial assistance. Learn more.
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.
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