Compare

The New School

United States of America

Study in United States of America with The New School

Please enter your details on the below form
 

The New School

The New School is a Private research University which is located in New York, USA. Within the university, the school has evolved to include 5 components. It began as The New School for Social Research in 1919, with an aim to promote academic independence and intellectual inquiry as well as provide a home for progressive intellectuals. The New School has a total enrollment of 9,047 students, with a 26.99 percent male (2,442 kids) and a 73.01 percent female gender distribution (6,605 students). Its Parsons School of Design is a well regarded institution in the United States and World.

The New School History

The New School was established in the year 1919. It is a private research university which is located in New York City, USA. It began as The New School for Social Research, with an aim to promote academic independence and intellectual research, as well as to provide a home for progressive intellectuals. Since then, the university's school has expanded to include five divisions.

The New School Programs, Courses and Schools

The New School is divided into seven schools/colleges, each of which has its own disciplinary divisions, as well as several colleges that are divided into multiple schools. Bachelor's, master's, and doctorate degree programs are available. Research, a student exchange program, language classes, and e-learning are some of the other activities available. Its academics and faculties are highly competent and trained from internationally known universities.

The New School Achievements/USP

The New School's USP/achievements are that it is the only university in the world where a world-renowned design school, a progressive liberal arts college, a prestigious performing arts college, and legendary graduate programs and colleges come together to find new ways to create a more just, more beautiful, and better-designed world. As a New School student, you can take classes from all of the school's colleges and disciplines, and immerse yourself in a variety of fields of study pertaining to your interests. The advantages of academic independence are immeasurable.

The New School Campus

The New School's main campus is located in Greenwich Village, New York City. The New School's campus is made up of a number of buildings, the most of which are within walking distance of Union Square. The university offers a lovely campus with extensive infrastructure and modern amenities.

The New School Notable Alumni

According to the university, The New School has nearly 56,000 living alumni and graduates who live in 112 countries.

The following is a list of notable alumni of The New School-

  • Shimon Peres ( Nobel laureate for peace, Ex president of Israel)
  • Ruth Westheimer
  • Franklin Delano Roosevelt III (Economist)
  • Hage Geingob( Ex- Namibian president)
  •  Chris Hughes ( Co-founder of Facebook)
  • Will Wright  ( Creator of The Sims)
  • Tennessee Williams ( Pulitzer Prize winner- two time and Tony Award-winner- three time)
  • James Baldwin
  • Jack Kerouac
  • Jamaica Kincaid
  • William Styron
  • Marlon Brando
  • Tom Ford
  • Alexander Wang
  • Tony Curtis

The New School infrastructure & services

The New School was established in 1919 as a private institution. It has a total undergraduate enrollment of 6,430 students (fall 2020). Approximately 30% of the students are international, representing nearly 100 countries. The academic calendar is semester-based. The total cost of tuition and fees is $52,979.

The New School Campuses

 The New School has only one campus, which is located in Greenwich Village, New York City. Many notable buildings, colleges, cafes, libraries, computer laboratories, a medical facility, and a recreational centre make up the New School's campus. The New School campus is one of the most student-friendly in the city. There's a true community atmosphere on campus, with everything available on site, including world-class sports facilities, terrific eating areas, cutting-edge technical facilities, and outstanding student support services. The campus has everything students need to stay engaged, including a diversity of sports groups and organizations.

For more information students can visit here-

https://www.newschool.edu/campus-community/student-facilities/

The New School Libraries

The New School is a member of the Research Library Association of South Manhattan and has multiple libraries throughout New York City. Its libraries had a total of 1,906,046 holdings in 2009. The New School Libraries & Archives provides collections, services, and venues that are of sufficient quality, depth, diversity, format, and currency to serve The New School's research and teaching purposes.

Here is the detail information about various libraries of The New School, you can visit here- https://library.newschool.edu/hours.php#panel2-1

The New School Housing services

Students at The New School have access to on-campus housing. Each of the five residence halls has a lounge, an art studio, a music practice space, a kitchen, and washers and dryers, with the option of gender-inclusive living. The Student Disability Services office at The New School will assess your request for special housing accommodations in line with applicable federal, state, and city disability legislation.

Some on-campus housing alternatives are listed below-

  • 20th Street Residence
  • 301 Residence Hall
  • Kerrey Hall
  • Loeb Hall
  • Stuyvesant Park

  You can visit here for more information about housing services of The New School-

https://www.newschool.edu/housing/apply/

The New School Medical services

Student Health/Medical Services has ceased all in-person visits due to the public health crisis caused by the corona virus, but the university continues to provide virtual services. Please consult the university's COVID-19 Community Guide for the most up-to-date information about COVID-19. Appointments for telemedicine and telecounseling can be made through the Student Health Services portal. If you or someone you know is having a life-threatening emergency, dial 911 or go to the nearest hospital emergency room.

For more details students can visit here-

https://www.newschool.edu/health-services/

The New School Students clubs

Over 50 recognized student clubs/organizations are housed at The New School, the majority of them are dedicated toward artistic interests or political engagement. The Theatre Collective, which puts on a variety of dramatic productions throughout the year, Narwhals on Broadway, Students for a Democratic Society (SDS), the New School Debate Team (intercollegiate competition in Policy/Cross Examination style debate), ReNew School (sustainability and environmental advocacy group), Moxie (feminist alliance), the New Urban Grilling Society (NUGS), and The Radical Student Union are just a few examples (RSU).

The New School location

Johnson Hall,

66 W 12th St,

New York,

  NY 10011,

 United States

Different campuses locations

The New School has two campuses, one of which is its main campus in New York City; it is within walking distance from union square. The university is well connected to the rest USA. Parson Paris is The New School's second campus, which is located in Paris. Students can simply walk from campus to the Louvre, the Jardin du Palais Royal, or the famed Comédie Française, or take a trip along the Seine to the Île de la Cité to see Notre Dame. Cafés, patisseries, and restaurants surround the campus, which are also near to bus and subway (Métro) stops.

The New School top landmarks nearby, top companies, airports nearby

JFK is the closest airport to The New School. The distance between Parsons Center New School University and New York JFK Airport (JFK) is around 27 km, and the journey time is approximately 44 minutes. This includes a one-minute stopover on average. 

Landmark-

Union Square.

The New School International student’s info

Courses offered

The New School is comprised of five schools/colleges.The New School's school/college name is as follows-

Parsons School of Design

  • Architectural Design (BFA)
  • Communication Design (BFA)
  • Design and Technology (BFA)
  • Design History & Practice (BFA)
  • Strategic Design & Management (BBA)
  • Associate’s Degrees in Design and Fashion (AAS)

For more information you can visit here-

Courses offered

 Eugene Lang College of Liberal Arts

  • Anthropology
  • The Arts
  • Capitalism Studies
  • Contemporary Dance
  • Culture and Media
  • Economics
  • Environmental Studies
  • Gender Studies
  • Global Studies
  • History
  • Jewish Culture
  • Journalism + Design
  • Literary Studies

For more information about programs and courses you can visit here-

https://www.newschool.edu/lang/

The College of Performing Arts

  • Music
  • Jazz and Contemporary Music
  • Drama

For detail information about programs/courses you can visit here-

https://www.newschool.edu/performing-arts/

The New School for Social Research

  • Anthropology
  • Creative Publishing and Critical Journalism
  • Economics
  • Gender and Sexuality Studies
  • Historical Studies
  • Liberal Studies

 For more information about programs you can visit here-

https://www.newschool.edu/nssr/academics/

Schools of Public Engagement

  • Creative Writing Program (MFA)
  • Documentary Media Studies
  • Environmental Policy & Sustainability Management
  • International Affairs
  • Media Management
  • Leadership & change

For more information you can visit here-

https://www.newschool.edu/public-engagement/academics/

The New School student support

At The New School, Student Support works with students to help them deal with non-academic issues, traumatic events, and crisis situations. 

Student Support assists students in a variety of ways, including-

  • Providing support and advocacy to students who are managing problems that may impair their university experience.
  • Connecting students to on-campus and off-campus resources that can help them succeed
  • Taking reports of sexual violence, domestic/intimate relationship violence, sexual harassment, and stalking among students.

      For more information you can visit here-

      https://www.newschool.edu/student-support/

The New School visas & immigration support

When entering the United States and arriving to The New School, all international students and exchange visitors are advised to have a valid F or J class visa. For admission, students enrolled in Post-Completion Optional Practical Training (OPT) or Post-Completion Academic Training (AT) must also have a valid F or J visa. This will allow the foreign student or exchange visitor to enroll in The New School's academic programs with the necessary F or J status. In reaction to the Covid-19 incident, the US government has revised some of its criteria for students who need to apply for a visa and for universities that sponsor student visas, such as The New Schools. International students and Scholar services at The New School provide all required support to international students as well as reliable information on visas and immigration.

The New School international student contact

 International students can contact here regarding any information-

International Student and Scholar Services

72 Fifth Avenue, 3rd floor

New York, NY 10011

[email protected]

212.229.5592

Emergency Phone (After Hours Only)

212.229.7001

 The New School Student life

The New School student society

Many student societies are run by The New School's student organizations. These societies are usually based on culture, academia, or athletics. It motivates them to be a helpful member of the community.

The New School sports and fitness

The University Center's Fitness Studio is a great place to work out. This 400-square-foot area, located on the second lower level of the University Center (L205), has a built-in sound system and air conditioning. Yoga mats, blankets, blocks, and belts, as well as jump ropes, resistance bands, medicine balls, body bars, and dumbbells, are all available. The centre provides all of the necessary amenities for students to maintain their fitness.

The New School Health & Wellbeing

Student Health Services at The New School continues to evaluate COVID-19 progress and adjusts its recommendations as needed. The New School places a high premium on student health and well-being. The New School is working closely with the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, as well as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the World Health Organization, and local health agencies. Counselors at the Wellness Center are available to help students explain difficulties, explore feelings, and discuss problem-solving skills. Individual mindfulness sessions, Problem Management Plus sessions, Ear Acupressure Kits, and a variety of support groups are also available at the centre.

The New School Residential Life

Living on campus at The New School allows students to develop friendships, ease the transition from home to college, and make lifelong friends. Its Residential Education staff is available to assist you while you live side by side with students from other universities and backgrounds, making connections, meeting collaborators, and learning more about yourself for the first time while living on your own. Undergraduates, postgraduates, students with disabilities, and cohabiting couples can all find a room. All of the rooms include internet connection and all of the current conveniences.

The New School food & drink

There are a plethora of food and drinks options at the New School. Its dining program takes pleasure in offering chef-created, varied, and healthy meals. Its goal is to deliver true farm-to-table food that benefits its students, community, and environment.

Here is name of some on-campus good option for food & drinks-

  • The University Center
  • 301 Residence Hall
  • Café New

The New School short term getaways

Because The New School is located in the heart of New York City, students have a variety of weekend options.

Here are a few options to explore-

  • Chelsea Market
  • Madison Square Garden
  • Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum
  • Chrysler Building
  • Coney Island
  • Frick Collection
  • Greenwich Village
  • Broadway
  • New York Public Library

The New School Part time jobs

There are multiple work options for the students while studying in The New School. Student employment allows students to gain professional experience and connections with faculty and staff at The New School, as well as enriching university's community. Student Assistants, Student Advisors, Resident Advisors, Teaching Assistants, and Course Assistants are just several of the positions available at The New School. To be considered for on-campus student employment, students must be matriculated or enrolled full-time in a certificate program, and they must also meet all federal requirements for working in the United States. Student employees on campus are paid at least the current New York City minimum wage and are paid biweekly.

For more information you can visit here-

https://www.newschool.edu/human-resources/student-employment/

The New School Student Safety

The Department of Campus Safety at The New School works to guarantee that every member of the campus community's rights is respected and that all campus buildings are safe and secure. The New School Alerts system allows the institution to send vital alerts to students, teachers, and staff via cell phones, landlines, and email using contact information provided by them.

Crime around the area- Overall, New York does admirably in terms of safety when compared to the rest of the country: its violent crime rate is the nation's 24th lowest, but the state ranks fifth in terms of property crime.

Good Security Score-

7.5/10

The New School Famous courses

Though all of The New Schools' courses are well-known and prestigious, the Parsons School of Design is particularly well-known for its design courses. Visual and Performing Arts; Computer and Information Sciences and Support Services; Communication, Journalism, and Related Programs; Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities; English Language and Literature/Letters; Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies are among The New School's most popular courses.

The New School Campus recruitment

Process- The new School's The Center for Graduate Career and Professional Development assists and provides recruitment services for any job or opportunity available after graduation. Students can create a job-portal account on the university's official website HireNew, where they can upload their résumé and meet with various companies. Moreover, The New School's numerous schools held a job expo and provided opportunities to its students.

 

Median Earnings 5 Years After Graduation      52,700 (example)

Median Earnings 2 Years After Graduation      38,600 (example)

Employed 2 Years After Graduation   80% (example)

Employed 6 months After Graduation         70% (example)

The New School Brochures/ Application

Students can visit here regarding brochures and application form of The New School- https://www.newschool.edu/admission/prospective-undergraduate-students/ also if you have any confusion, you can contact the University's admission counselors at [email protected].

Application Requirements

Bachelor

  • Choose the college
  • Every college and courses their own admission criteria so students can visit university’s official website.
  • Application form(online)
  • Application fee $50
  • Transcripts
  • Essay/Writing sample
  • School profile
  • Test Score
  • Activities List
  • If you want you can apply for waiver form for fee.
  • Recommendations letter
  • English Proficiency test score
  • Financial statement
  • Passport copy
  • TOFEL/IELTS score

   Master

  • Select you Program
  • Apply For General Application
  • Fee $50.
  • Portfolio
  • All of the required documents are the same as those for undergraduate students.

For more information you can visit here-

https://www.newschool.edu/admission/prospective-undergraduate-students/international-students/

 

The New School Programs

Program
Duration
Format
Tuition Fees
Deadlines
Standard Test

The New School Application Requirements

3.4
GPA
30
IB
85
Percentage
60%
Acceptance Rate

IELTS score requirements

A strong proficiency in the English language is essential for admission into top universities in United States of America. To be able to get a successful admission in The New School in United States of America students need to complete IELTS with a minimum score of 7.

Click here to book a free diagnostic test with our expert trainers

The New School Cost of studies

Fees

Bachelors: $ 25,230

Fees vary for each program. Please visit program page for specific fees.

The New School Deadlines

Deadlines vary for each program. Please visit program page for specific deadlines.

The New School Rankings

Global

521 -530
QS
801 -1000
Times Higher Education
520
GTU Rank

Regional

United States of America
153
US News
95
QS
261
Forbes
No data available. Coming soon!

Reach Out

66 W. 12th Street! New York! NY 10011,United States of America

[email protected]

(800) 292-3040