The fall semester begins Monday, August 29 and ends Sunday, December 18.
The designated university makeup days are Tuesday, December 13 and Wednesday, December 14.
The full academic calendar can be viewed here.
The Faculty Resource Center located in the University Center on the third floor (63 Fifth Avenue, room 308 A-D) includes a conference room, private meeting rooms, and an open area for general gatherings. To reserve space in the Faculty Resource Center, visit calendars.library.newschool.edu/booking/frc.
We utilize a booking system called “CoPA Rooms” for space reservations at Arnhold Hall and Bank Street. If you need to reserve a space at Arnhold Hall or Bank Street, please email firstname.lastname@example.org, to inquire about booking a space.
Please note that faculty may only reserve spaces for curricular related events, such as courses, private lessons, and coachings. We do not reserve spaces for faculty rehearsals or performances during the academic year.
Use the campus map to navigate around The New School’s buildings, facilities, dorms, and university art collection.
The CoPA Bulletin is our virtual community bulletin board. It is emailed weekly during the academic year. Check it out to learn about news, opportunities, events and more.
Tip: It may be hiding in your Google Inbox Promotions Tab. Drag it into your Primary Inbox a couple of times and it will start coming into that.
If you have any content to share with the community, you can do it by submitting it here.
CoPA utilizes multiple non-person email accounts if you have questions.
Students and Faculty may reserve and checkout audio and video production equipment from The New School’s Equipment Center (EQC) located on the ninth floor of Arnhold Hall.
Resources and information to support faculty teaching and learning can be found on the Faculty Center for Innovation, Collaboration, and Support website.
Community agreements, also called classroom or discussion agreements, are very useful for creating a respectful and supportive learning environment. Some faculty share a pre-made list, others invite students to co-create the agreements by offering a handful to start and then asking students what other issues all in the class should agree to. Community agreements are most often established at the beginning of the semester but they can be introduced and updated at any time. –https://guidetoteaching.newschool.org/community-agreements/
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 was enacted to protect the privacy of education records, to establish the right of students to inspect and review their education records, and to provide guidelines for correction of inaccurate or misleading statements. In addition, it gives students some control over the disclosure of information from education records.
More information can be found at: Student Records Privacy (FERPA) – Registrar
Follow this link to take the FERPA tutorial.
See the caregiver support map and lactation spaces q&a to learn about the options available at our New York City campus.
Please read The New School’s land acknowledgement at the top of large events/trainings or print it in an event program:
We would like to acknowledge with respect the indigenous people on whose ancestral lands The New School now stands. We are gathered on the unceded land of the Lenape peoples. We ask you to join us in acknowledging the Lenape community, their elders both past and present, as well as future generations. The New School also acknowledges that it was founded upon exclusions and erasures of many indigenous peoples, including those on whose land this institution is located. This acknowledgment demonstrates a commitment to beginning the process of working to dismantle the ongoing legacies of settler colonialism.
Faculty and staff will receive university mail via a secure, digital mail system and packages will be available for pick-up at centrally located automated package lockers on campus. See Mail and Package Services for more information.
Please refer to TNS marketing & communications creative tools and training for logos, email signatures, letterhead, fonts, templates, how-to guides, videos, etc. that support branding that reflects the university identity.
The Payroll office within Human Resources at The New School processes all employee wages and stipends, withholds all appropriate taxes on wages, files payroll tax reports and creates W-2 statements, and deducts benefits and other authorized items from employee wages.
View the schedule for a specific payroll cycle at Payroll | Human Resources.
See the performance calendar for a list of upcoming performances at the College of Performing Arts-including Mannes School of Music, School of Jazz and Contemporary Music, and School of Drama.
This how to print guide explains how faculty can print using the standard black & white and color printers and open lab plotters on campus.
Learn about best practices on social media for faculty, with a focus on promoting research and creative practice.
As part of the continuing efforts to enhance safety across The New School’s campus, we encourage everyone to download The New School Safety App, a smartphone app for use by students, faculty, and staff that offers users the ability to make immediate contact with either the police or Campus Safety with the touch of a button – no dialing required – to report a crime or other incident, or request immediate assistance in the event of an emergency. The app should only be used while on The New School’s New York City campus.
Campus Safety may be contacted for incidences including:
-Suspicious individuals-Water leaks/flooding-Gas leaks-Power outages-Medical emergencies -Stuck occupied elevators
911 may be called in the event of immediate and dire emergencies, including:
-Criminal activity-Fire-Intruders-Medical emergencies-Bomb threats-Suspicious packages
To download the app: for iPhones, visit the Apple Store; for Android, visit Google Play.
The New School offers a tuition waiver benefit for courses taken at the university once an employee has completed three months of continuous service. This benefit is available to faculty, staff, and eligible family members (spouse, same- or opposite-sex Qualified Domestic Partner, and children of any age). Tuition waiver benefits apply to tuition and mandatory fees. Please read the Tuition Waiver Plan Policy for Full-time Faculty and Staff for detailed information and potential tax implications.
Water bottle filling stations are located at Arnhold Hall on floors 1, 4, 9 and at Bank Street on floors 1 and 2.