Credit: $7,020 for 6 credits ($1,130 per credit). Academic records are maintained and transcripts are available for credit students.
Noncredit: $4,340. Please note that permanent academic records are not kept and transcripts are not available for noncredit students.
Full payment of tuition and fees is required at the time of registration. Housing charges are separate; go to the Housing page for information and application. There is a nonrefundable registration fee of $80 for credit students and $7 for noncredit students.
If you are matriculated in an undergraduate degree program at The New School, contact Student Financial Services to see if you are eligible for financial aid for the Summer Writers Colony. If you are visiting from another college or university, contact the financial aid office of your home institution. You may also be able to obtain funding from the Association of Writers and Writing Programs.
Register for course NWRW3590. Enrollment is on a first come, first served basis; registrations are processed in the order in which they are received. Once you have registered for a workshop, you must notify the School of Writing office of your three salon choices by emailing email@example.com or calling 212.229.5611. Early registration is advised, as both workshops and salons fill up and enrollment limits will not be overridden. Tuition and registration fee must be paid in full when you register. (See information on withdrawal and refund policy below. Withdrawal notice must be received by May 25 to qualify for a refund.)
If you need advisement or help with registration, contact the School of Writing at firstname.lastname@example.org or 212.229.5611.
Please note that matriculated students in any degree program of The New School who wish to apply the Summer Writers Colony toward their degree requirements must obtain permission from an academic advisor before registering.
First select a workshop from the three classes below. After you've registered for your workshop, choose one literary salon for each week and email your choices to email@example.com.
NWRW3590 Section A (Poetry) Noncredit, General Credit
NWRW3590 Section B (Nonfiction) Noncredit, General Credit
NWRW3590 Section C (Fiction) (closed)
To register online, use either the Noncredit or General Credit link next to the course title to sign up for your workshop. Online registration requires a credit card.
You can also register in person at the Registrar's Office.
The New School Office of the Registrar
72 Fifth Avenue (Map), Lower Level
New York, NY 10011
Hours: Monday-Thursday 9:00 a.m.-4:45 p.m.
Friday 10:00 a.m.-4:45 p.m.
See the academic calendar for university closing dates. If you are registering in person, you can pay by credit card, check, or money order.
The New School publishes complete institutional information on the university's website, including the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act, financial assistance information, tuition and fees, academic policies, disability services, completion and transfer-out rates, and equal opportunity policies.
The New School maintains high standards of academic conduct, and all members of the university community are expected to exhibit honesty and integrity in their academic work. The University Code of Conduct, the Policy on Academic Dishonesty, and policies on Free Exchange of Ideas and Freedom of Artistic Expression, Discrimination and Sexual Harassment, Alcohol and Illegal Drugs, Smoking, and University-Wide Disciplinary Procedures have been adopted by the New School board of trustees. These policies can be found in the Information for Students section of the New School website.
Academic and attendance requirements for the Summer Writers Colony are stated clearly in the course syllabus distributed on the first day of classes. Students are responsible for understanding and fulfilling all the requirements.
Grades are reported by the workshop instructor to the New School Registrar within two weeks after the course ends. Once grades are posted, you can view your grades online at my.newschool.edu. The New School does not automatically mail grade reports to students. Requests for transcripts must be made in writing by submitting the Transcript Request form to the New School Registrar. The form can be found in the Registrar's section of the university's website, or you can call or visit the Registrar's Office to obtain the form. There is no charge for normal transcript services.
The New School does not maintain academic records for noncredit students, no grades are assigned, and transcripts are not available. Students who require an academic record for the Summer Writers Colony must enroll for credit.
The New School is fully accredited by the Commission on Higher Education of the Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools. Its credits and degrees are recognized and accepted by other accredited colleges, universities, and professional schools throughout the United States. However, transfer of New School credits for a particular course is entirely at the discretion of the receiving institution. If you are enrolled or plan to enroll at another college or university and anticipate transferring Summer Writers Colony credits to that institution, you are advised to consult a qualified advisor there before you register at The New School.
Once you have registered, withdrawal from the Summer Writers Colony must be made in writing to the Associate Dean for Academic Services, The New School, 66 West 12th Street, room 301, New York, NY 10011, or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include your full name and New School ID (from the Statement/Schedule you received from the registrar) or your date of birth. Specify the course number and section of the workshop course in which you are registered. You cannot withdraw by telephone.
To qualify for a refund of tuition and housing fees, your written notice of withdrawal must be received by the Associate Dean for Academic Services by the refund deadline, May 25. Refund processing takes four weeks. Students whose withdrawal notice is received after May 25, will not be entitled to a refund.
Credit students can withdraw from the Summer Writers Colony before the seventh day of classes without academic penalty by filing a request for a grade of W. Withdrawal with grade of W does not entitle a student to any refund of tuition or fees. Failure to attend classes or make or complete payment of fees is not the equivalent of formal withdrawal and does not void a student's academic or financial obligations.
In the unlikely event that your course is canceled, you will be notified by telephone or email and given the option of transferring to an open course or receiving a full refund of tuition and fees (including registration and housing fees). The New School reserves the right to cancel courses because of insufficient enrollment or other exigencies.
Students enrolled in the Summer Writers Colony need a New School student photo ID card. We recommend that you obtain your ID in the morning on the first day of classes. You must present your official registration Statement/Schedule (issued by the cashier upon completion of registration) to the photo ID clerk.
Photo IDs are processed in room 404 of the Johnson/Kaplan Building, 66 West 12th Street. Photo ID hours are 9:00 a.m.–5:30 p.m. on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays; 9:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m. on Wednesdays; and 9:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m. on Fridays (closed on Friday after June 10). There is a fee to replace a lost or stolen card.
The New School is authorized to enroll non-immigrant alien students. International students with I-94 status need to check with the appropriate office at the U.S. institution where they are or have been enrolled to ascertain that enrolling in the Summer Writers Colony will not violate the terms of their I-94 status.
International students who intend to participate in the Summer Writers Colony directly after arrival from another country must contact the Office of International Student Services at The New School before making arrangements to come to the United States. Email email@example.com or call 212.229.5592.
The New School is located in Manhattan in the area of Fifth and Sixth Avenues between 11th and 16th Streets, at the northern edge of Greenwich Village, a historic residential neighborhood that supports an exciting mix of intellectual, artistic, entertainment, and commercial activities. The offices of the School of Writing are in the landmark Alvin Johnson Building at 66 West 12th Street, just east of Sixth Avenue.
The New School employs a security staff to monitor and maintain the rights, privileges, and safety of members of the university community and the security of university property. It is assumed that members of the community will comply with necessary security measures, such as showing ID cards at building entrances and reporting incidents to the security staff when they occur. A crime statistics report can be found in the New School Campus Security Guide. New York City has one of the lowest crime rates among large cities in the United States.
Summer Writers Colony
66 West 12th St. (Map)
New York, NY firstname.lastname@example.org