Invoices are sent electronically to all students. An email is sent to each student's New School email address notifying them that the invoice is ready to view through the my.newschool.edu student
portal. Invoices reflect all financial aid as of the date of the invoice. An electronic invoice can only be generated if a student is registered for the term. If a student is not registered and has an Academic Advising hold, they should contact their academic advisor for assistance with registration and for assistance with the hold. University holds can be viewed through the student's MyNewSchool portal.
Students in a full-time flat-tuition-rate program are automatically charged the flat-rate tuition and should contact their advisor for an exception if not taking a full-time course load. Once a formal exception has been placed on their records, the tuition charges will be updated to a per-credit rate. If approved for a part-time course load, students will receive an updated e-bill.
Invoices and Payment
- Spring/winter invoices are available the first week in December; payment or a payment arrangement is due by January 22.
- Summer invoices are available in early May; payment is due by May 30.
- Fall invoices will be available the first week in July; payment or a payment arrangement is due by August 10.
The New School continues to monitor and respond to the public health situation regarding the novel coronavirus, also known as COVID-19. The New School is taking a number of steps to provide as much support as possible in light of
the considerable stress many students are feeling. The university's leadership, faculty, and staff are working continuously to create ways to enhance the academic experience.
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA) affords students certain rights with respect to their education records. If you'd like to authorize a user to view your billing and financial aid information, you can do so by adding an authorized user. If you would like more information on FERPA, please refer to the Registrar's Privacy Rights page.