University Policies and Consumer Disclosures
The New School is committed to creating an ideal transparent learning environment for our students. To help you get the information you need to have the best possible experience, we've compiled our academic catalogs and relevant guidelines in the links
below. These resources include policies about financial aid and information about provisions for individuals with disabilities and safeguards to students' safety and privacy, as well as The New School's expectations for students with regard to attendance,
academic honesty, and other aspects of being part of an academic community.
Please refer to the academic catalog and the Policies
A-Z webpage for your school for comprehensive academic policies.
The information included in the catalogs and all materials of the university represents the plans of The New School at the time they are made public. The university reserves the right to change without notice any content in its print or online materials,
including but not limited to tuition, fees, policies, degree programs, names of programs, course offerings, academic activities, academic requirements, facilities, faculty, and administrators. Payment of tuition and attendance of classes constitute
acceptance of university policies set forth on this page and in the catalogs and other pages linked from it.
Reservation of Rights
While we make every effort to anticipate local and national developments and adapt as appropriate to continue delivering educational services for our students, there may be situations where, for the health, safety and/or well-being of our community and
as determined by the University in its discretion, we will be required to make changes to methods and timing of instruction, delivery of and access to services and course content, etc., including possibly implementing a full or partial campus closure,
temporary suspension of classes and services, and/or switching from on-campus learning and delivery of services to distance or remote learning and delivery of services. By signing up for classes or otherwise enrolling in or attending classes offered
by the University, you understand and agree that such changes may take place to the extent the University determines such changes are necessary for the health, safety, or wellbeing of members of the University community or due to other circumstances
outside the University's control. You further understand and agree that the University does not in any way guarantee in-person, on-campus education or services or any other particular format of education or services. Finally, you understand and agree
that you are responsible for all tuition and fees, regardless of the format in which education and services are provided, and that no refunds or credits for tuition, fees, or other expenses will be provided in the event of such changes, including
any changes from on-campus education and/or services to remote services and/or remote learning. Any decision by the University to provide a refund or credit, in whole or in part, of any fee or other charge in the event of a campus closure, suspension,
or other change to the delivery format of education and/or services shall be in the University's discretion and shall not create an expectancy that any individual is entitled to such refund or credit or that it will be provided in any other instance.
General Institutional Information
The New School Academic Catalog provides important information about the university's academic offering, degree requirements, courses, policies and procedures, and student resources.
The catalog includes information for Parsons School of Design, Eugene Lang College of Liberal Arts, the College of Performing Arts, The New School for Social Research, the Schools of Public Engagement, and Parsons Paris.
Statement of Accreditation
The New School is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE, 1007 North Orange Street, 4th Floor, MB #16, Wilmington, DE 19801). MSCHE is an institutional
accreditor and federally recognized body. The New School has been accredited by MSCHE since 1960. All degree programs at the New York City campus of The New School are registered by the New York State Department of Education (NYSED, 89 Washington
Avenue, Albany, New York 12234; 518.474.1551). Both NYSED and MSCHE provide assurance to students, parents, and all stakeholders that The New School meets clear quality standards for educational and financial performance.
Parsons Paris is a registered branch campus of The New School and is accredited by MSCHE. In addition, Parsons Paris has the authorization of the French Ministry of Education to operate in France. Diplomas for all degree programs at Parsons Paris are
issued by The New School under the authorization of the New York State Board of Regents.
For full accreditation information, please visit www.newschool.edu/provost/accreditation.
Transfer Credit Policies
Student Financial Assistance
Statement On The Responsibilities Of Computer Users
Privacy Of Student Records - Students Rights Under FERPA
Equity, Inclusion, And Social Justice
NC-SARA Student Complaint Process
Student Disability Services
Health and Safety Information
Campus Security Guide And Crime Statistics
Emergency Response Procedures
Missing Person Policy