BUILDING A - 66 WEST 12TH STREET

ALVIN JOHNSON/J.M. KAPLAN HALL

Alvin Johnson/J. M. Kaplan Hall, at 12th Street between Fifth and Sixth Avenues, was the original home of The New School. Today it houses the Schools of Public Engagement and the Offices of the President and Provost. Also inside, you'll find a dance studio for Lang dance majors, a variety of lecture halls and faculty offices. The building also holds two of the university's most unique spaces: the 12th Street Auditorium, which seats 500 people for public programs, and the Orozco Room, which features five socially-themed frescoes designed specifically for The New School by Mexican muralist José Clemente Orozco.

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BUILDING B - 65 WEST 11TH STREET

EUGENE LANG

Located between Fifth and Sixth Avenues, this building is the main home for Eugene Lang College of Liberal Arts. Inside are classrooms, a science lab, a computer lab, and Lang cafeteria. It is also home to Wollman Hall, where campus events and public programs are held.

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BUILDING C - 64 WEST 11TH STREET

LANG ANNEX

Located between Fifth and Sixth Avenues, this building house Lang faculty offices and advising offices.

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BUILDING D - 79 FIFTH AVENUE / 6 E 16TH STREET

ALBERT AND VERA LIST ACADEMIC CENTER

The Albert and Vera List Academic Center, located between Fifth Avenue and Union Square West, houses nearly 158,000 square feet of space for teaching, research, and faculty and administrative needs. The building is also home to the List Center Library, where students will find the university's collections for the humanities and social sciences. Also inside, you'll find classrooms, design studios, faculty offices, resource centers, archives, and study and multipurpose facilities.

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BUILDING E - 25 EAST 13TH STREET

PARSONS EAST

The Parsons East Building, located between Fifth Avenue and University Place, houses several undergraduate and graduate academic programs for Parsons School of Design, including Fine Arts, Interior Design, Product Design, Lighting Design, and Architecture programs. Parsons East includes space for BFA and MFA studios, department offices, and more than 13,000 square feet of open loft studio space for the School of Constructed Environments.

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BUILDING G - 80 FIFTH AVENUE

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BUILDING H - 72 FIFTH AVENUE

FANTON HALL/WELCOME CENTER

The Welcome Center in Fanton Hall, situated at the corner of 13th Street and Fifth Avenue, is the first stop for visitors and prospective students to The New School. An all-purpose centralized facility for current and prospective students, Fanton Hall houses Student Financial Services, Registrar, Student Accounts, Housing, Athletics and Recreation and other Student Services. It serves new and returning students as an enrollment center where they can register for classes, pay bills, obtain transcripts and enrollment verifications, file for financial aid, and receive in-person admission counseling. Details about campus tours and information sessions as well as materials describing all of the The New School's academic offerings and activities can be found here.

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BUILDING I - 55 WEST 13TH STREET

ARNHOLD HALL

Arnhold Hall, located between Fifth and Sixth Avenues, is the home for the College of Performing Arts and provides academic and performance space for Mannes School of Music, the School of Drama and the School of Jazz. Inside, you'll find the Theresa Lang Community and Student Center and a newly designed Practice Village, a recital hall, concert hall and Glass Box Theatre.

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BUILDING K - 113 UNIVERSITY PLACE

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BUILDING L - 2 WEST 13TH STREET
BUILDING M - 68 FIFTH AVENUE
BUILDING N - 66 FIFTH AVENUE

SHEILA JOHNSON DESIGN CENTER

The Sheila C. Johnson Design Center, situated at the corner of 13th Street and Fifth Avenue, houses exhibition space, The New School/Kellen Archives, and many academic programs offered by Parsons School of Design including the first-year curriculum, Communication Design, Urban Design, Illustration, Photography and administrative offices for the School of Fashion. The award-winning design joins the ground floors of four historic buildings to form an urban public quad that includes two exhibition spaces.

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BUILDING Q - 118 WEST 13TH STREET

13TH STREET RESIDENCE

This residence hall is located in a seven-story New York City landmark building on one of Manhattan's most beautiful streets. Designed as a traditional residence hall, the 13th Street Residence houses 175 students in quads, triples, doubles, and single rooms and includes a full-service dining facility. It is an excellent option for first-time college students who want to live close to campus.

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BUILDING S - 135 EAST 12TH STREET

LOEB HALL

Loeb Residence was the first residence hall owned by The New School. Today it houses 272 students in suite-style accommodations. An energetic and committed staff makes Loeb Residence ideal for first-time college students looking for a strong community and active programs and events.

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BUILDING T - 318 EAST 15TH STREET

STUYVESANT PARK RESIDENCE

The Stuyvesant Park Residence is located in the Murray Hill neighborhood and features superb views of Stuyvesant Park and easy access to campus buildings. A 12-story suite-style residence, it houses 635 students and includes numerous common spaces—such as a lounge, study room, gym, art room, and music practice space—making this residence perfect for first-time freshman.

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BUILDING U - 63 FIFTH AVENUE

UNIVERSITY CENTER

The new University Center, a striking embodiment of The New School's mission of challenging the status quo, provides a new focal point for our downtown New York City campus. At the intersection of 14th Street and Fifth Avenue, the forward-thinking design reflects The New School's commitment to creativity, innovation, and social engagement.

The 16-story building, which opened in January 2014, is designed to accommodate a decade of transformation and growth in The New School's academic programs and student population. The University Center offers state-of-the-art classrooms, a library-research center, a new auditorium, a cafeteria and an event café, and a 600-bed student residence. All our students will find crucial resources in the University Center, including spaces deliberately designed to promote collaborative, interdisciplinary learning—a cornerstone of the educational philosophy of The New School.

The New School Free Press—our university-wide, student-run publication that recently won the Associated College Press's Newspaper and Online Pacemaker Awards—operates out of this building.

BUILDING V - 65 FIFTH AVENUE

KERREY HALL

Located on floors 8 through 16 of our new University Center, our newest residence hall is a LEED-certified state-of-the-art residence housing 617 students. Offering remarkable views of the city and easy access to classes, suites have a full bathroom, kitchen with a full-size refrigerator, cabinets, stovetop and microwave, telephone, and dining table and chairs. The bedrooms are fully furnished and have individual room temperature controls and cable TV jacks. The entire building is set up for Wi-Fi Internet access. The residence features abundant amenities and large common spaces, including a TV lounge, study room, laundry room, gym, art room, music practice rooms, and mail boxes.

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BUILDING W - 71 FIFTH AVENUE

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BUILDING Y - 300 WEST 20TH STREET

20TH STREET RESIDENCE

Located on Eighth Avenue in the Chelsea neighborhood, the 20th Street Residence is home to many junior and senior undergraduates and graduate students. It includes fully furnished suites with kitchens and a bathroom. Students can stay in single, double, and triple bedrooms. Building amenities include a fitness center, television lounge, study room, art studio, and music practice rooms in the lower level. There is also outdoor patio access with a community garden.

BUILDING Z - 151 BANK STREET

SCHOOL OF DRAMA

Located on Bank Street between Washington Street and the West Side Highway, this facility houses The New School for Drama. The building contains classrooms, faculty offices, and rehearsal and performance spaces primarily for graduate students in Directing, Playwriting, and Acting, and sometimes for undergraduate students in Dramatic Arts.

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