"The New School for Public Engagement is committed to the university's founding values of academic innovation and social responsibility. It’s what I think a university should be in the 21st century—a place where professional, experiential, and liberal learning is integrated with civic engagement and real-world problem solving."
- David Scobey, Excecutive Dean The New School for Public Engagement
Open to adult and transfer students that want to begin their academic studies or resume unfinished studies at The New School for Public Engagement. Only those who have applied and have been accepted to a New School for Public Engagement undergraduate degree program are eligible. Winners are expected to start their undergraduate program at The New School for Public Engagement in the fall of 2014.
Win a scholarship for a bachelor’s degree at The New School for Public Engagement in New York City
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December 16, 2013: Competition opens for participation
April 1, 2014: Competition closes. All competition components must be completed and submitted
April 1, 2014: Application deadline - all necessary school and program documents must be received by The New School
May 17, 2014: Winners of the scholarships & additional prizes are announced
Fall 2014: Begin semester at The New School for Public Engagement!
Open to adult and transfer students that want to begin their academic studies or resume unfinished studies at The New School for Public Engagement. Winners are expected to start their undergraduate program in the fall of 2014.
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Although The New School is nearly a hundred years old, the modern mindset and progressive vision remains, which is why the approach of The New School continues to feel fresh to this day.
The New School is a legendary, progressive university comprising schools bound by a common, unusual intent: to prepare and inspire its 10,510 undergraduate and graduate students to bring actual, positive change to the world. From its Greenwich Village campus, The New School educates students across a wide range of disciplines to not only become professionals within the chosen field, but also teaches them to become world citizens - individuals whose ideas and innovations forge new paths of progress in the arts, design, humanities, public policy and social sciences.
The New School has a vast selection of student organizations, ranging from sports clubs to political associations. As a student of The New School, you are able to be engaged with student organizations of choice and making new acquaintances, enriching your campus life with the many exciting opportunities that The New School offers.
New York is a city of endless opportunities, and as you know, the city never sleeps. There is always something new to discover around the corner, whether it be of social, academic or professional in nature. As one of the major business capitals of the world, New York is also a great place to start your career. The opportunities to establish useful connections and meet interesting people and companies are far beyond those of many cities.
New York, September 12, 2012 - For the sixth consecutive year, U.S. News & World Report's "Best Colleges" edition has recognized The New School as the nation's leading university for international undergraduates.
The New School for Public Engagement offers a wide array of open-enrollment continuing education courses and certificate programs, open to people from all walks of life with diverse professional, academic, and creative interests. The school also present an impressive program of public lectures, readings, panel discussions, conferences, and exhibitions covering a range of topics as broad as our curriculum.
By approaching education in new ways, this division of The New School is designed to help students make connections and build solutions to problems. As you explore The New School for Public Engagement, whether online or by joining us in person, we challenge you to experiment, be adventurous, and discover what a truly engaged education can be in the 21st century.