Our integrated academic and career advising model is aimed at helping
students explore new disciplines and areas of study, create their own
specialized degree pathways, and discover passions that will shape their
future endeavors. Advisors have extensive knowledge of campus resources
and will show you how to navigate university systems and procedures.
They also act as a liaison between you and other university staff and
will acquaint you with procedures for communicating with faculty and
other academic leadership when policy questions such as academic
integrity, grade appeals, and academic standing arise.
We’re taking an innovative approach to supporting undergraduate
students throughout their time at The New School and their transition to
the working world after graduation. Instead of visiting a separate
office for career advice, undergraduate students will be able to have an
ongoing holistic conversation with a professional academic and career
advisor to support them as they design their own unique degree pathways
and prepare to effect change in the world after graduation.
What students do after college is as important as what they do in
college. Academic and career advising begins the moment new students
select their classes for the first semester and continues through
graduation. Through this integrated academic and career support model we
ensure that each student’s personal needs are met.