Information On The Coronavirus: We continue to monitor and respond to the public health situation regarding COVID-19. Most buildings on our New York campus have closed until further notice. Check the Parsons Paris website for information about our Paris campus. Learn more

  • Engaged Learning

    Engaged Learning

  • At Lang, we believe that real-world experience is just as important as intellectual theories explored in the classroom, so we offer a host of ways for students to engage with the world around them.

  • Internships




    Internships and civic engagement are invaluable components of the Liberal Arts program at Lang. Student interns receive professional guidance, gain hands-on experience, develop confidence, and establish an expansive network of professional contacts. Internships for academic credit are available in almost every field and have included companies such as the New York Times,  Manolo Blahnik, MoMA PS1, and eBay.


    Study Abroad

    Study Abroad


    Connecting with the world is an integral part of a Lang Liberal Arts education. A host of options are available: Study in our global immersion program (restricted to entering first-year students); join a faculty-led summer study program abroad; attend an exchange program with Lang-selected institutions abroad or in the United States; or deepen your intellectual curiosity with a third-party study-abroad program vetted and approved by Lang.



    Civic Engagement and Social Justice

    Civic Engagement and Social Justice at Lang


    CESJ runs several programs for students, faculty and staff designed to build and sustain a social justice community at Lang. Ranging from our intensive, four year Gural Scholars program to a summer fellowship, our workshops and programs offer a variety of ways to get involved.


    Fellowships and Grants

    Fellowships, Grants, and Awards


    There are numerous opportunities for our students to connect their interests to real-world experiences outside of the classroom through Lang-sponsored fellowships, grants, and symposia.


    Gural Scholars

    Gural Scholars


    The Jeff Gural Scholars Program, housed in Lang’s Office of Civic Engagement and Social Justice, provides need-based scholarships each year from orientation to graduation for up to 48 students. Scholars enroll in a year-long two-credit seminar focused on social justice theory and practice as part of this program.


    Civic Liberal Arts

    Civic Liberal Arts


    Civic Liberal Arts courses bring community partners (Visiting Fellows) into Lang classrooms, offering a rare opportunity to learn from distinguished professionals in fields that interest you. In addition, this program employs one paid Student Fellow  (Civic Liberal Arts Fellowship) per course, who takes on supervisory tasks while earning credit.

  • Student Voices | What’s your Lang experience been like?

  • Research & Projects

    The impact work at Lang reaches far beyond the classroom. Learn more about how faculty, alumni, and students address contemporary social, economic, and environmental issues.

    • Eleven and a Half Journal

      A student-run literary magazine of Eugene Lang College at The New School. We publish works of fiction, non-fiction, poetry, art and translation from the students and faculty at the school.

      Browse the Journal
    • Revive the Written Word

      At Eugene Lang College of Liberal Arts at The New School, where every inquiry is humane - and innovation is key - we engage the world with the written word, resilient design, and innovative forms of delivery.

      Learn More
    • Past Program: New School in Cambodia

      Students discuss youth and development work abroad as part of a previous program in Cambodia.

    • Eugene Lang Opportunity Award Projects

      Eugene Lang Opportunity Awards make it easier for students with financial need and academic merit to participate in the many co-curricular programs and initiatives available at Lang. A number of awards up to $5,000 are made every fall and spring semester and every winter and summer break.

      See Past Projects
      ELOA Blog Image
  • Take The Next Step

Submit your application


To apply to any of our undergraduate programs (except the Bachelor's Program for Adults and Transfer Students and Parsons Associate of Applied Science programs) complete and submit the Common App online.

Undergraduate Adult Learners

To apply to any of our Bachelor's Program for Adults and Transfer Students and Parsons Associate of Applied Science programs, complete and submit the New School Online Application.


To apply to any of our Master's, Doctoral, Professional Studies Diploma, and Graduate Certificate programs, complete and submit the New School Online Application.