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The New School for

Social Research

The New School


for Public Engagement

Mannes College
The New School for Music
The New School for Jazz
and Contemporary Music

Eugene Lang College


The New School for Liberal Arts

The New School for Drama

Parsons The New School


for Design

The New School


Student Handbook
20122013 / www.newschool.edu

The New School


2012-2013

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FAll 2012
registration
August 2024
Transfer students; late registration for continuing students
classes begin

Monday, August 27

last day to add a class

Monday, September 10

last day to drop a class

Tuesday, September 18

last day to withdraw from a class with a grade of W


Undergraduate students
Friday, October 12
Parsons/Mannes graduate students
Friday, October 12
All other graduate students
Tuesday, December 18
registration for spring 2013,
continuing Students

November 5November 30

classes and exams end

Tuesday, December 18

Holidays
Labor Day

EEO Policy Statement: The New School


is committed to creating and maintaining
an environment that promises diversity
and tolerance in all areas of employment,
education and access to its educational,
artistic or cultural programs and activities.
The New School does not discriminate on
the basis of age, race, color, creed, gender
(including gender identity and expression),
pregnancy, sexual orientation, religion,
religious practices, mental or physical
disability, national or ethnic origin, citizenship
status, veteran status, marital or partnership
status, or any other legally protected status.

Saturday, September 1Monday,


September 3

Rosh Hashanah

Sunday, September 16, evening,*


Monday, September 17

Yom Kippur

Tuesday, September 25, evening,*


Wednesday, September 26

Thanksgiving

Wednesday, November 21Sunday,


November 25

Winter break

Wednesday, December 19Friday,


January 25

make-ups and rescheduled days


On Tuesday, November 20, classes follow the Wednesday schedule. Classes that
regularly meet on Wednesdays will meet on Tuesday, November 20 at the regular times
and locations. On Tuesday, December 18, day classes do not meet.
* No classes that begin 3:50 p.m. or later
Online classes
Online Session A

August 27December 18

Online Session B

August 27October 26

Online Session C

October 8December 18

Disclaimer: The university reserves the


right to change without notice any matter
contained in this handbook including but
not limited to: tuition, fees, policies, degree
programs, names of programs, course
offerings, academic requirements, facilities,
faculty and/or administrators.
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registration

Continuing students
November 5November 30
New students; late registration for
continuing students January 2225
(arranged by program)

classes begin

Monday, January 28
(Mannes: Monday, January 9)

last day to add a class

Friday, February 8)

last day to drop a class

Friday, February 15

last day to withdraw from a class with a grade of W


Mannes undergraduate and graduate
Friday, March 22
All other undergraduate students
Friday, March 15
Parson graduate students
Friday, March 15
All other graduate students
Monday, May 20

SummEr
2013

clASSES
BEgin

HOliDAyS

TErm EnDS

Monday
June 3

Thursday
July 4

Thursday
July 25

THE nEW ScHOOl


FOr PuBlic
EngAgEmEnT

7 weeks

Summer Writers
colony

3 weeks

Monday
June 3

Summer ESl

10 weeks

Monday
June 3

Thursday
July 4

Thursday
August 8

Summer mATESOl
intensive

8 weeks

Monday
June 24

Thursday
July 4

Friday
August 16

Friday
June 21

mannes Auditions

March 310
(no classes Mannes College)

registration for fall 2013

April 1April 26
(arranged by program)

Juries

Arranged by program

classes and exams end

Monday, May 20

graduation

Friday, May 24

THE nEW ScHOOl


FOr SOciAl
rESEArcH

Monday
June 3

Thursday
July 4

Thursday
July 25

Holidays
M.L. King, Jr. Day

January 21

THE nEW ScHOOl


7 weeks Monday
FOr JAzz AnD
June 3
cOnTEmPOrAry
muSic
PArSOnS THE nEW ScHOOl FOr DESign

Thursday
July 4

Wednesday
July 25

Presidents Day

February 18
(Mannes classes will meet)

Spring Break

March 2531

7 weeks

Degree Session i

5 weeks

Monday
May 20

Monday
May 27

Monday
June 24

Degree Session ii

5 weeks

Tuesday
June 25

Thursday
July 4

Tuesday
July 30

mFA Photo

8 weeks

Monday
June 10

Thursday
July 4

Friday
August 4

OnlinE All

9 weeks

Monday
June 3

Online classes
Online Session A

January 28May 20

Online Session B

January 28April 5

Online Session C

March 11May 20

AcADEmic cAlEnDAr

20122013 AcADEmic cAlEnDAr

SPring 2013

Friday
August 2

www.newschool.edu

ADminiSTrATiVE OFFicES
Office of the Executive Dean
66 West 12th Street, room 310
212.229.5613
David Scobey, Executive Dean
Kathleen Breidenbach, Vice Dean
Thelma Armstrong, Executive Assistant
to the Executive Dean
Academic Services
66 West 12th Street, room 301
212.229.5615
Celesti Colds Fechter, Associate Dean
for Academic Services
Chrissy Roden, Director of Academic
Student Services
Laurrice Morgan-Eady, Senior Assistant

AcADEmic PrOgrAm OFFicES


School of undergraduate Studies
new School Bachelors Program
66 West 12th Street, 9th floor
212.229.5119
Bea Banu, Director
Michelle Materre, Associate Director
Juana Kennedy, Assistant Director
Tracyann Williams, Director of Advising
Thematic interdisciplinary Programs
66 West 12th Street, room 401D
212. 229.8590 x2431
Jonathan Bach, Chair of Global Studies
School of media Studies
2 West 13th Street, 12th floor
212.229.8903
Barry Salmon, Chair
Sumita Chakravarty, Associate Dean
Christiane Paul, Director of Graduate
Programs
Melissa Friedling, Director of
Undergraduate Programs
Deirdre Boyle, Director of Documentary
Media Studies
Paul Hardart, Academic Coordinator of
Media Management
Joseph Grob, Director of Student Services

AcADEmic DiViSiOnS

School of Writing
66 West 12th Street, 5th floor
212.229.5611
Robert Polito, Director
Jackson Taylor, Associate Director
Laura Cronk, Associate Director
Luis Jaramillo, Associate Chair
milano School of international Affairs,
management and urban Policy
Office of the Dean
72 Fifth Avenue, 4th floor
212.229.5400
Neil Grabois, Dean
Minerva Muzquiz, Executive Assistant to
the Dean
Mary Watson, Associate Dean
career Development and Placement
72 Fifth Avenue, 4th Floor
212.229.5400
Carol Anderson, Director
Sharon Reid, Assistant Director
PhD Program in urban Policy
72 Fifth Avenue, room 601
212.229.5400
David Howell, Director
Jacqueline Hadley, Program Support
international Affairs
66 West 12th Street, 6th floor
212.206.3524
Michael A. Cohen, Director
Phil Akre, Assistant Director
Mark Johnson, Assistant Director
for Practice-based Learning
Fabiola Berdiel-Mintz, Coordinator
for International Field Program
Andrea Kelsey, Program Administrator
management Programs
72 Fifth Avenue, room 706
212.229.5400
Aida Rodriguez, Chair
Suzanne Bostwick, Program Manager
Policy Programs
72 Fifth Avenue, room 504
212.229.5400
Alex Schwartz, Chair
Lauretha Slaughter, Program Manager/
Director of Academic Support Services

School of languages
mA in Teaching English to Speakers of
Other languages
68 Fifth Avenue, mezzanine
212.229.5372
Gabriel Diaz Maggioli, Director
Lesley Painter-Farrell, Associate Director
English language Studies
68 Fifth Avenue, mezzanine
212.229.5372
Gabriel Diaz Maggioli, Chair
Caitlin Morgan, Director
Jackie Maffiore, Coordinator
Foreign languages
64 West 11th Street, ground floor
212.229.5676
Florence LeClerc-Dickler, Chair
Stella Chan, Senior Assistant

THE nEW ScHOOl FOr


SOciAl rESEArcH
www.newschool.edu/nssr
Deans Office
6 East 16th Street, 10th floor
212.229.5777
Michael Schober, Dean
Robert Kostrzewa, Associate
Dean for Academic Planning and
Administration
John VanderLippe, Associate Dean
for Faculty and Curriculum
Ellen Freeberg, Assistant Dean
for Academic Affairs and Curriculum

AcADEmic AFFAirS, cArEEr


SErVicES, AnD ExTErnAl FunDing
Academic Affairs
6 East 16th Street, 10th floor
212.229.5712
nssracademicaffairs@newschool.edu
www.newschool.edu/nssr/
academic-affairs
Tsuya Yee,
Director of Academic Support

career Services
6 East 16th Street, 10th floor
212.229.3790
www.newschool.edu/nssr/
career-services
Beatrice Kraemer,
Director of Career Services
gradfacts is a reliable and easy way for
NSSR students to learn about important
news, deadlines, special events, funding
opportunities, and more. Read it online
at blogs.newschool.edu/nssr-gradfacts.
nSSr Student Senate and Fee Board
gfss@newschool.edu
www.newschool.edu/nssr/subpage.
aspx?id=14612
Canon magazine
canon@newschool.edu
canononline.org
Academic Policies
www.newschool.edu/nssr/subpage.
aspx?id=9246
graduation and PhD guidelines
www.newschool.edu/nssr/subpage.
aspx?id=9258
Fellowships, Scholarships,
Assistantships, and Awards
www.newschool.edu/nssr/
fellowships-scholarships-assistantships
nSSr institutional Funding Deadlines
www.newschool.edu/nssr/subpage.
aspx?id=15222
inter-university Doctoral consortium
www.newschool.edu/nssr/subpage.
aspx?id=18382
nSSr career Services Hub
blogs.newschool.edu/nssr-career-hub
Anthropology
6 East 16th Street, 9th floor
212.229.5757
Janet Roitman, Chair
Economics
6 East 16th Street, 11th floor
212.229.5717
TBA, Chair
Philosophy
6 East 16th Street, 10th floor
212.229.5707
James Dodd, Chair

www.newschool.edu

AcADEmic DiViSiOnS

THE nEW ScHOOl FOr


PuBlic EngAgEmEnT

Psychology
80 Fifth Avenue, 7th floor
212.229.5727
TBA, Chair
212.229.5727 x3115
Trisha Toelstedt,
Director of Clinical Student Affairs
Sociology
6 East 16th Street, 9th floor
212.229.5737
Robin Wagner-Pacifici, Chair
committee on Historical Studies
80 Fifth Avenue, 5th floor
212.229.5376
Jeremy Varon, Chair
committee on liberal Studies
6 East 16th Street, 7th floor
212.229.2747
Stefi Dekennessy, Chair
Find departmental student advisor
office hours here:
www.newschool.edu/nssr/subpage.
aspx?id=9244
Schwartz center for Economic Policy
Analysis (ScEPA)
6 East 16th Street, 11th floor
212.229.5901
Teresa Ghilarducci, Director
Transregional center for Democratic
Studies
80 Fifth Avenue, 5th floor
212.229.5580
Elzbieta Matynia, Director
Janey Program for latin American
Studies
6 East 16th Street, 9th floor
212.229.5100
Federico Finchelstein, Director
graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal
and little room Press
212.229.5735
Constellations Journal
212.229.8920

center for Public Scholarship and


Social research Journal
80 Fifth Avenue, 5th floor
212.229.5776
Arien Mack, Editor
Cara Schlesinger, Managing Editor

ScHOOl OF ArT, mEDiA AnD


TEcHnOlOgy
AMT Program Information
amt@newschool.edu
Advising (all programs)
advisingamt@newschool.edu
Communication Design, Design And
Technology, Fine Arts, Graphic Design,

PArSOnS THE nEW


ScHOOl FOr DESign
DEAnS OFFicE
66 Fifth Avenue, 6th floor

DEAn OF PArSOnS
Joel Towers, Executive Dean

PArSOnS STuDEnT AFFAirS


Pam Klein, Associate Dean
Joe Hosking, Senior Director
66 Fifth Avenue, room 819
212.229.8908 x3426
parsonsstudentaffairs@newschool.edu
PArSOnS OFFicE OF ADViSing
Juli Parker, Assistant Dean
2 West 13th Street, room 506
212.229.5855
advisingparsons@newschool.edu

PArSOnS cArEEr SErVicES


Angela Tsuei-Strause, Director
66 Fifth Avenue, room 823
212.229.8940
parsonscareers@newschool.edu
ScHOOl OF ArT AnD DESign
HiSTOry AnD THEOry
ADHT Program Information
adht@newschool.edu
Advising:
Design Studies
212.229.8916
History of Decorative Arts and Design
212.849.8346
Fashion Studies MA
212.229.8916 x4190

Illustration, and Photography

ScHOOl OF cOnSTrucTED
EnVirOnmEnTS
SCE Program Information
sce@newschool.edu
Advising (all programs)
advisingsce@newschool.edu
Architecture, Architectural Design,
Interior Design, Lighting Design, Product
Design

ScHOOl OF DESign STrATEgiES


SDS Program Information
designstrategies@newschool.edu
Advising:
Design and Management
advisingdm@newschool.edu
Environmental Studies
environmentalstudies@newschool.edu
Foundation
advisingfoundation@newschool.edu
Integrated Design
advisingidc@newschool.edu
Urban Design
advisingsds@newschool.edu
All graduate advising
advisingsds@newschool.edu
Design Business, Design and Urban
Ecologies, Strategic Design and
Management, Theories of Urban
Practice, Transdisciplinary Design

ScHOOl OF FASHiOn
Fashion Program Information
schooloffashion@newschool.edu
Advising (all programs)
advisingfashion@newschool.edu

PArSOnS cATAlOg
www.newschool.edu/parsons/
advising-processes-policies

Academic standing and progress


Advising
Attendance
Change of program
Exits (Leave of absence, withdrawal
from a degree program)
Faculty
Grades and grading
Mid-semester evaluations
Off-campus study
Program requirements
Registration (add, drop, or
withdrawal)
Study abroad/exchange programs
Transfer credit

AcADEmic DiViSiOnS

Politics
6 East 16th Street, 7th floor
212.229.5747
Victoria Hattam, Chair (Fall 2012)
Andreas Kalyvas, Chair (Spring 2013)

PArSOnS nEWS
www.newschool.edu/parsons/news
PArSOnS STuDEnT SEnATE (PSS)
66 Fifth Avenue, room 819
PSS@newschool.edu
parsonssenate.ning.com

EugEnE lAng cOllEgE


THE nEW ScHOOl
FOr liBErAl ArTS
65 West 11th Street
www.newschool.edu/lang
Office of the Dean
65 West 11th Street, 3rd floor
212.229.5617
Stephanie Browner, Dean
browners@newschool.edu
Eleni Beja, Associate Director
of Academic Initiatives
bejae@newschool.edu
Judy Mejia, Director of Civic
Engagement and Social Justice
mejiaj@newschool.edu
Alex Draifinger, Director
of Budget and Administration
draifia@newschool.edu
Verna de la Mothe, Assistant Director
of Administration
lamothev@newschool.edu

Academic integrity and honesty


Academic responsibility and
expectations of students
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AcADEmic DiViSiOnS

www.newschool.edu

65 West 11th Street, 3rd floor


212.229.5100
Riva Kadar, Associate Dean
of Academic Planning
kadarr@newschool.edu

AcADEmic PrOgrAmS
For more information about majors and
minors, visit
www.newschool.edu/lang.
Academic Advising Office
64 West 11th Street
212.229.5100 x2264
langadvising@newschool.edu
Freshmen and Civic Engagement
Shannon-Alyce Jones, Academic Advisor
joness1@newschool.edu
Sophomores
Leah Weich, Director
weichl@newschool.edu
Juniors and Study Abroad
Kim Foote, Senior Academic Advisor
footek@newschool.edu

Faculty Advisor Assignments


Jonathon White, Associate Dean
Fulbright, marshall, Truman
and other scholarships
Jonathon White, Associate Dean

Richard Kessler, Dean

x4848

George Fisher, Associate Dean

x4837

incomplete grade requests


64 West 11th Street

Audrey Axinn, Assistant Dean

x4836

TBD, Assistant to the Dean

x4801

independent Studies
Riva Kadar, Associate Dean
of Academic Planning
internships
Jemima Gedeon, Internship Advisor
Jeff Feld, Internship Coordinator
elcinterns@newschool.edu
leave of Absence/return from leave
64 West 11th Street
major Declarations
www.newschool.edu/lang
Online courses
www.online.newschool.edu
Probation/At-risk Students
Leah Weich, Director
registration
64 West 11th Street

Special and Visiting Students


and Cooper Union Exchange
Angela Sanko, Associate Director
sankoa@newschool.edu

Seminar Fellows/
Peer Advisors Program
Shannon-Alyce Jones, Freshman
Class Advisor

BA/BFA Students
Jonathon White, Associate Dean
whitej@newschool.edu

Study Abroad and Exchanges


Kim Foote, Study Abroad Advisor

Appeals (grades, Probation,


Dismissal)
Jonathon White, Associate Dean
Leah Weich, Director
BA/mA/mS Program Advisement
Jemima Gedeon, Senior Class Advisor
civic Engagement Programs
Shannon-Alyce Jones, Freshman
Class Advisor
cooper union Exchange
Angela Sanko, Associate Director
Deans Holds (Academic)
64 West 11th Street

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AcADEmic DiViSiOnS

Deans Office

graduation reviews and Audits


Jemima Gedeon, Senior Class Advisor

Seniors and Internships


Jemima Gedeon, Senior Academic Advisor
gedeonj@newschool.edu

Add/Drop/Withdrawal Assistance
64 West 11th Street

All extensions begin with 212.580.0210


unless otherwise indicated.
All addresses are 150 West 85th
Street unless otherwise indicated.

Transfer and AP credit Evaluations


64 West 11th Street
Withdrawals/Transfers from School
64 West 11th Street

mAnnES cOllEgE
THE nEW ScHOOl
FOr muSic
150 West 85th Street
212.580.0210
www.newschool.edu/mannes
Mannes has 300 free concerts during
the school year.
Concert Information:
212.580.0210 x4817

registrars Office
Joan Morgan, Director, Office of
Registration and Records
Christopher Meeder,
Assistant Director, Office of
Registration and Records
Casey Fisher, Senior
Office Assistant
Greg Weissman, Room
Scheduling Manager
registration Advisor
Marilyn Groves,
Registration Advisor

x4833

x4830

x4813

goldmark Practice center


Hong Tao Sun, Manager
37 West 65th Street, 3rd floor
212.712.1998
Harry Scherman library
Ed Scarcelle, Director
212.229.5307 x3150
Arsinoi Ioannidou,
Assistant Director
x4827
Andy Toulas, Assistant Director
of Public Services
x4828
Gregory Briggler, Circulation
Supervisor
x4803

x4831

Extension Division Office


Richard Russell,
Associate Director
Sofia Dimitrova, Assistant

x4824
x4802

x4832

community Services
Elizabeth Aaron,
Community Outreach

x4811

x4834

concert Office
Erik Bestmann, Director of
Concert Operations
x4815
Concert Office Assistants x4816/17
Student Recital Scheduling
x4877
Student Services/
international Student Advisor
212.580.0210 x4844 (Mannes)
212.229.5592 x3630 (Downtown)
Billing and Payments
Student Financial Services
212.229.8930
sfs@newschool.edu

THE nEW ScHOOl


FOr DrAmA
151 Bank Street
212.229.5859
www.newschool.edu/drama
Academic responsibility
Graduate students of The New School for
Drama are expected to take an active role
in their own education.

Opera Department
Joseph Colaneri, Director
Susan Cadoff, Administrator
37 West 65th Street, 3rd floor
212.712.1973
coordinator of instrumental Studies
Chris Gulhaugen, Director of
Instrumental Studies
x4839
Elizabeth Weisser, Assistant Director of
Instrument Studies
x4835
coordinator of Vocal Studies
Frank Nemhauser, Director of
Vocal Studies

computer Services
Joseph Ravo, Director of
Computer Services

AcADEmic DiViSiOnS

OFFicE OF THE ASSOciATE DEAn

x4849

All students are responsible for


promoting, protecting, and upholding the
highest standards of academic integrity
and honesty and are required to learn the
procedures specific to their disciplines for
correctly and appropriately differentiating
original work from quoted, incorporated,
or emulated sources.
All students are responsible for keeping
track of their progress in courses.
Students should familiarize themselves
with course requirements by reading
syllabi and by following oral and written
instructions for assignments throughout
the semester. Students are responsible
www.newschool.edu

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Stay informed
Students receive official notices and
other communications primarily through
university email at the universitys
portal, my.newschool.edu. In addition,
students may also receive information
in departmental mailboxes, on
departmental and common-area bulletin
boards, on the divisional or university
websites, or via their New School email
accounts. Students should check these
locations regularly for information and
announcements. Please be aware
that dissemination of information by
these means constitutes due notice for
official purposes.
Expectations of Students
Because students share responsibility
for the outcomes of their educational
experiences, they should be aware of
the following expectations:
Students are responsible for
maintaining satisfactory educational
progress.
Students should understand FERPA
(Federal Education Rights Protection
Act) guidelines, and what is required
of them as adult students.
Students are responsible for reading
all information that the school
provides regarding school and
university policies and procedures.
Students should be aware of their
degree requirements.
Students should be proactive about
using the resources provided by
Drama and the university.
Check your my.newschool.edu
account and New School email
account daily.
Who We Are
For more information about your
director, the esteemed faculty and
staff, and your program of study, please
visit www.newschool.edu/drama.

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AcADEmic DiViSiOnS

THE nEW ScHOOl


FOr JAzz AnD
cOnTEmPOrAry
muSic

graduation
Academic Advising
rooms 516 and 517
internships
Academic Office
room 516

55 West 13th Street, 5th floor


212.229.5896
www.newschool.edu/jazz
All extensions begin with
212.229.5896 unless otherwise
indicated.
All addresses are 55 West 13th Street
unless otherwise indicated.
Executive Director
Martin Mueller
Director of Administration
Pam Sabrin
Office of Academic Affairs
Dan Greenblatt, Director
Kyle Wilson, Assistant Director
Admission Office
Peter Layton, Director
of Admission
Kevin Smith, Senior
Admission Counselor
Office of Special Programs
Phil Ballman, Coordinator

Student Financial Services is open yearround to assist students and their families

lockers
Equipment Room, 6th floor

The office provides information about

mailboxes
room 510

x4581
x4583

Practice Time
Equipment Room, 6th floor

x4577
x4590

Private lessons
Academic Advising
rooms 516 and 517
registration
Academic Advising
rooms 516 and 517

in identifying scholarship and other


financing options for educational costs.
financial aid programs available through
The New School and the federal/state
governments, as well as various financing
options including external student loans,
scholarships, and parent loan programs.
All student loan funds and student refunds
are processed by the office as well. The
staff is available to assist in completing
applications and to explain eligibility
criteria for the various programs.
Student Financial Services is also
responsible for invoicing and collecting of

x4580

room Schedule
Equipment Room, 6th floor

tuition, fees, housing, and other university

x4591

Scholarship Appeals
Student Financial Services
72 Fifth Avenue, lower level
jazzscholarships@newschool.edu

financial aid awards, which are deducted

Senior recital
Chris Hoffman, room 625

result in a $150.00 late payment fee. The

Sophomore Jury
Academic Advising
rooms 516 and 517

students. Additional information, including

Student Payroll
Jazz Office, room 510

newschool.edu/student-services/financial-

Transfer credit Evaluation


Peter Layton, room 622

should be made in advance in order to

Tutoring
Academic Office, room 516

Payment to the university is the

Full-time Studio Faculty members


Reggie Workman
x4586
Jane Ira Bloom
x4576
Chris Stover
x4507
Facility coordinator
Ryan Anselmi

x4574

Production and Engineering


Chris Hoffman, Coordinator

x4578

Academic Advising
rooms 516 and 517
Add, Drop, or Withdrawal
Academic Advising
rooms 516 and 517
change of major and/or Degree
Academic Advising
rooms 516 and 517
grade Appeals
Dan Greenblatt, room 517

STuDEnT FinAnciAl SErVicES

leave of Absence
Academic Advising
rooms 516 and 517

Personal contact information


Jazz Office, room 510

x4575

EnrOllmEnT
SErVicES

charges. Invoices include approved


from the balance due.Students may view
their e-bills and currentaccount activity
at my.newschool.edu. Late payment will
monthly payment plan is also offered to
accepted forms of payment and payment
method details, are available at www.
aid-services. All payment arrangements
complete the registration process.
responsibility of the student. Payment
is not contingent on receiving grades
or completing courses.Tuition and fee
schedules are available on the university
website.

gig Office
Phil Ballman, room 509

www.newschool.edu

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EnrOllmEnT SErVicES

for knowing and complying with the


attendance policy of each instructor.
If students have questions about
course requirements, assignments,
examinations, attendance records,
progress, or grades, they should ask
instructors for clarification.

72 Fifth Avenue, lower level


212.229.8930
Cashiering:
Mon.Thurs., 10:00 a.m.5:45 p.m.
Friday, 10:00 a.m.4:45 p.m.
Financial Aid Counseling:
Mon.Fri., 10:00 a.m.4:45 p.m.
sfs@newschool.edu

uniVErSiTy rEgiSTrAr
(Registration, Records)
The Registrars Office registers students
for classes; charges tuition and fees;
processes course changes; collects,
records, and disseminates grades;
maintains transcripts and student
biographical data; and confers degrees.
All students can access their grades,
transcripts, address, schedules,
and academic information online at
my.newschool.edu.
For assistance accessing your
my.newschool.edu account, email
helpdesk@newschool.edu.
Consult either the Registration
Information and Procedures booklet
published each semester or the
Registrars web page at www.newschool.
edu/studentservices/registrar for
information about:
Registration policies and procedures
Registration holds
Tuition and fees information
Deadlines for adding and dropping
courses
University refund schedules and
policies
Graduation petition and fee
information
Requesting academic transcripts
Change of address and phone
Grade information
Registrars office hours and location

Family Educational rights and


Privacy Act
The Family Educational Rights and
Privacy Act of 1974, with which The New
School complies, 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.
To see the universitys full policy
statement, visit
www.newschool.edu/student-services/
registrar/privacy-rights.

AcADEmic
SuPPOrT
SErVicES
AcADEmic TEcHnOlOgy
Academic Technology, comprised of an
array of online and on-site services,
offers technology to the university
community with a focus on curricular
needs. For details about Academic
Technology services, visit www.
newschool.edu/at.
netiD
Your NetID username is your key to
technology services at The New School.
Degree or credit students use their
NetIDs to log into the wireless network
and open lab computer workstations,
print in the labs, and make lab
reservations. Look up your NetID or reset
your password at my.newschool.edu.
Online Services
MyNewSchool is the universitys
single sign-on portal. Log in at
my.newschool.edu with your NetID for
customized online services, including:
New School Google Apps for Education
Personal records and academic
information
My Courses (Blackboard and online
learning)
Computer and software deals
Lab stations and equipment
reservations (degree and credit
students only)
On-Site Services
For frequently-asked questions and
tips regarding on-site services such as
lab stations and suites, presentation
classrooms, printing, and wireless
network, speak with lab staff or visit
www.newschool.edu/at.
THE nEW ScHOOl liBrAriES
The University Library system includes
the Fogelman Social Sciences and
Humanities Library, the Gimbel Art and
Design Library, the Scherman Music
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In addition, degree-seeking students


have access to a library consortium
which includes Bobst Library at NYU.
All New School students must have a
valid university NEWCARD to access
the collections. Acts of theft and
vandalism are regarded with the utmost
seriousness and will also result in fines
and/or suspension of library privileges
and other penalties deemed appropriate
by the Office of Student Rights and
Responsibilities. To learn more about
how to use the libraries and library
policies, visit library.newschool.edu.

THE uniVErSiTy lEArning cEnTEr


71 Fifth Avenue, suite 914
learningcenter@newschool.edu
newschool.edu/learningcenter
The mission of the University Learning
Center is to support students in all
New School degree programs, both
undergraduate and graduate, in
the following areas: writing, math,
economics, foreign languages, oral
presentations, time management, and
a variety of ESL services. Sessions are
one-on-one, student driven, and highly
interactive. Visit our website to learn
more about our services and to schedule
an appointment.

STuDEnT STuDy cEnTEr


90 Fifth Avenue
Mon.Thu., 9:00 a.m.11:00 p.m.
Fri., 9:00 a.m.9:00 p.m.
Sat.Sun., 11:00 a.m.9:00 p.m.
The Student Study Center is a twolevel facility that provides group study
rooms, lounge seating, a laptop bar,
email kiosks, full wireless access, and
a small pantry with microwaves and
a refrigerator. For information on how
to reserve a group study room, email
studycenter@newschool.edu. Other
questions about the Student Study
Center can be directed to
OSDA at 212.229.5687 or
studev@newschool.edu.

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Student Financial Services

The Barnes & Noble at 18th Street


and Fifth Avenue is the official campus
bookstore for The New School. In
addition to textbooks and general
books, students will also find New
School merchandise, including t-shirts,
sweatshirts, shorts, and baseball caps.
For more information, visit newschool.
bncollege.com.

cAmPuS liFE

STuDEnT DEVElOPmEnT
AnD AcTiViTiES

rEcrEATiOn AnD

STuDEnT HOuSing AnD


rESiDEncE liFE

90 Fifth Avenue, room 209


212.229.5687
MondayThursday, 9:00 a.m.9:30 p.m.
Friday, 9:00 a.m.7:00 p.m.
Summer hours:
MondayFriday, 9:00 a.m.5:00 p.m.
studev@newschool.edu
www.newschool.edu/studentservices/
development

79 Fifth Avenue, room 532


212.229.5900 x3801
recreation@newschool.edu
www.newschool.edu/
studentservices/recreation

79 Fifth Avenue, 5th floor


212.229.5459
MondayFriday, 9:00 a.m.5:00 p.m.
myhome@newschool.edu
www.newschool.edu/housing
The New School offers undergraduate and
graduate students a variety of residence
opportunities with different amenities
to suit individual needs. All residences
are furnished and air-conditioned. All
undergraduate residences are staffed
with professional residence hall directors
and student resident assistants. In
addition to providing 24-hour security
coverage, the residence hall staff is
available and trained to handle personal
crises and other emergencies should the
need arise.
The Office of Student Housing and
Residence Life can also assist students
in securing off-campus housing in the
New York City metro area. Visit the OffCampus Housing Resource Guide on the
Student Housing web page for information
about neighborhoods, costs, landlordtenant negotiations, and short-term
accommodations. The office maintains a
list of off-campus apartments, sublets,
and room rentals.
uniVErSiTy STuDEnT SEnATE
University Student Senate (USS) is
the official student government of The
New School which is comprised of a
representative board of voting members
from each of the seven divisions.
The USS acts as an intermediary
between the student population and
the administration to create a cohesive
community. Visit www.newschoolsenate.
org for more information.

The Office of Student Development and


Activities (OSDA) is dedicated to helping
students enhance their leadership skills
and explore co-curricular opportunities
available at The New School and beyond.
We foster a sense of community by
organizing a diverse array of on- and
off-campus student programs, including
the annual Welcome Block Party, service
projects, performances and theater
productions, sporting events, and semiannual study-break activities.
Student leadership and
civic Engagement
OSDA supports student involvement in
the community, education about social
issues, and efforts that work toward
social change. Students can participate
in planned group service projects, gain
assistance in planning their own service
projects, and get referrals for individual
volunteer opportunities and resources for
civic engagement. For more information,
email leadandserve@newschool.edu.

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inTrAmurAl SPOrTS

The Office of Recreation and Intramural


Sports offers many opportunities to get
active and meet students from across
the university. To sign up for programs
and teams, students need to be enrolled
in a degree-seeking program and have
a valid NEWCARD (university ID). We
encourage students to get involved and
make suggestions for future programs and
activities.
intramural Sports
We currently offer basketball and
indoor soccer leagues during the
fall and spring semesters. We are
always looking to add to these
options depending on interest and
available space.
group Exercise classes
Every semester we offer various group
classes including yoga, Pilates, salsa,
zumba, and dance.
Outdoor Education
A few weekends each semester we
sponsor outdoor recreation programs
within the city limits and beyond. Students
can enjoy hiking, rock climbing, whitewater
rafting, and skiing

recognized Student Organizations

Special Events

OSDA sponsors university-recognized


student organizations that are open
to all New School students and focus
on pre-professional and academic
interests, intercultural and international
themes, political action and advocacy,
student programming, social networking,
music, art, performance, and religious
and spiritual topics. For information
about starting a recognized student
organization, or for a listing of current
organizations, email studentorgs@
newschool.edu.

We offer a selection of one-time only


events. Students can spend an evening
bowling, ice skating, or watching a
sporting event such as the World Series
or the Olympics. Occasionally, there are
discounted tickets available to Knicks,
Red Bulls, and Yankee games.

Get involved! Stay involved!

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BOOKSTOrE

Athletics and Team Sports


In addition to activities within the
university, we also sponsor a few
teams that compete against other local
universities and organizations. Current
teams include mens basketball, mens
and womens cross country, and cycling.

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All students must obtain a newcard, the


official ID card issued to all New School
degree- or credit- seeking students as well
as faculty and staff members.
The NEWCARD gives access to university
buildings, libraries, computer labs,
recreation programs, intramural sports,
and other facilities, and should be carried
on campus at all times.
Visit www.newschool.edu/card for more
information about obtaining or replacing
your NEWCARD.
Dining SErVicES
Visit www.dineoncampus.com/
thenewschool for complete information
about dining venues, hours of operation,
and meal plan options. Students with
meal plans use their NEWCARD to
access their meal accounts.
New School dining facilities are located at:
Caf 55
55 West 13th Street, 4th floor
The Library Caf
55 West 13th Street, lobby
Lang Caf
66 West 11th Street, lobby
Res Hall Caf
118 West 13th Street, lower level

SAFETy AnD SEcuriTy


Students are required to show a valid
university NEWCARD upon entering all
buildings, residence halls, and library
and computing facilities. Unauthorized
use of the facilities and damage or
defacement to the facilities may result
in serious disciplinary action. Students
should report any incident that causes
concern to a security officer in the
building and request that the officer
prepare an incident report.
Security conducts emergency evacuation
drills (also known as fire drills) in all
New School buildings on a regular basis.
When the building alarm sounds or you
are requested to evacuate by security
personnel, please leave the building as
quickly as possible. Students are not
permitted on fire escapes at any time
except in cases of emergency.
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remember: Protect your valuables! Do


not leave them unattended, not even
for a moment.
The university does not assume
responsibility or liability for loss of or
damage to personal property. Students
are encouraged to protect valuable items
by purchasing appropriate insurance.
You can contact Security daily at
212.229.5101 between 8:00 a.m. and
5:00 p.m. and at 212.229.7001 between
5:00 p.m. and 8:00 a.m.
Students are encouraged to review
the Safety and Preparedness website
at www.newschool.edu/safety for
more information about personal and
campus emergencies, emergency phone
numbers, and useful links.

SuSTAinABiliTy
The New School is committed to
becoming a sustainable institution
and supporting eco-literacy on our
campus. The New Schools Office for
Sustainability asks everyone to help
reduce the universitys environmental
impact by making more sustainable
choices every day. For more information
about these efforts, visit www.
newschool.edu/sustainability.
Here are a few things you can do:
Energy
Use energy wisely to reduce the
universitys carbon footprint. Shutting
off lights and electronics and unplugging
device chargers when not in use can
result in significant cumulative energy
savings in residence halls and offices.
Set your computer to go to sleep after 10
minutes and hibernate after an hour (or
less), and turn it off when not in use. Use
revolving doors in lobbies to keep heating
or cooling from escaping the building.

Transportation
Bike, take public transportation, or walk
to reduce fossil fuel consumption and
carbon dioxide emissions.
Bicycle racks are available in front of most
university buildings and at all residence
halls, and New York City is increasing the
number of demarcated street bike lanes
in all neighborhoods
Waste
Recycle right: Pay attention to colorcoded recycling signs and properly sort
trash from paper and glass, metal,
plastic. Its the lawand it helps The New
School keep waste out of landfills.
Compost food scraps, paper products,
and biodegradable utensils at New School
dining facilities.
Drink tap water from reusable bottles
rather than commercial bottled water to
help reduce the number of disposable
bottles the university discards, and save
money. Filtered and chilled water bottle
filling stations are available throughout
campus.
Bring your own reusable mug (BYOMug)
to campus for your coffee or tea.
Disposable cups make up a large part
of the waste the university sends to
landfills. BYOMug to any eatery on
campus and save as much as $80 a
semester.
Recycle batteries and small, portable
electronics in the blue tubes found in the
lobbies of most university buildings.

STuDEnT
SuPPOrT
rESOurcES
STuDEnT rigHTS AnD
rESPOnSiBiliTiES
The Office of Student Rights and
Responsibilities is committed to fostering
and promoting an environment in which
good citizenship can flourish among and
between students and other members of
the New School community. The University
Student Code of Conduct is the official
New School document that governs
behavior at the university. It describes
student rights and responsibilities,
as well as the rights reserved by the
university. The Non-Academic Disciplinary
Procedures are designed to facilitate factfinding and to review incidents involving
alleged violations of the Student Code of
Conduct.
The Student Code of Conduct and the
Non-Academic Disciplinary Procedures
apply to every student taking classes
at the university and those engaged in
a program of study at The New School.
It also applies to student organizations.
Students are responsible for being
familiar with the University Student Code
of Conduct and other university policies.
Academic Dishonesty
Academic dishonesty is any act that
allows a student to gain an unfair
advantage over other students. This
includes, but is not limited to, copying,
plagiarism, unauthorized collaboration,
alteration of records, use of restricted
aids, unauthorized use of proprietary
material, bribery, and lying. The academic
division in which a student is enrolled
has primary responsibility for adjudicating
alleged infractions of the Academic
Honesty and Integrity Policy.
Sexual Assault Policy
It is the policy of the university that
sexual assault and sexual exploitation
will not be tolerated. Non-consensual
sexual conduct and other forms of
sexual violence can be traumatizing
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THE nEWcArD (STuDEnT iD)

Sexual Harassment Policy


Sexual harassment is any unwelcome
sexual advances, requests for sexual
favors, and other expressive or physical
conduct of a sexual nature. Sexual
harassment may occur among students
or co-workers, between students and
faculty, students and staff, or employees
and supervisors, etc.
As a necessary part of its commitment
to create and sustain an environment
free of any kind of discrimination, The
New School commits itself to prohibit
sexual harassment and to confront and
deal with it when it occurs. The policy
and its complaint procedures have been
established for responding to concerns,
allegations and questions about sexual
harassment brought by any member of
the university community.
Policy on Discrimination
The New School is committed to being an
academic community that is racially and
culturally diverse, and that values mutual
respect and civility. Discrimination
includes any action or other expression
that deliberately insults, stigmatizes,
threatens, or intimidates an individual
or group of individuals on the basis of
race, color, religion, sex, gender, sexual
orientation, ethnic origin, physical or
mental disability, age, marital status, or
other personal attributes; is addressed
directly to a specific individual or group
of individuals; and makes use of fighting
words or non-verbal symbols.

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The full text of the University Student


Code of Conduct, Non-Academic
Disciplinary Procedures, Sexual Assault
Policy, and Policy on Discrimination
can be found at www.newschool.edu/
studentservices/rights. All students
are expected to read these policies and
are encouraged to contact the Office of
Student Rights and Responsibilities if
there are any questions or concerns.
Other policies that can be found on the
Student Rights and Responsibilities
website and should be read by all
students include:
Free Exchange of Ideas
Statement on Freedom of Artistic
Expression
Principles and Procedures Governing
University Financial Aid
Policy on Alcohol and Drugs
Policy on the Use of University
Facilities
University Smoking Policy
Guidelines on Demonstrations in
University Facilities
Statement on the Responsibilities of
Computer Users
Gene Puno-De Leon, Director, Office of
Student Rights and Responsibilities
79 Fifth Avenue, 5th floor
212.229.5349
punog@newschool.edu
Tom McDonald, Assistant Vice President
for Student and Campus Life
79 Fifth Avenue, 5th floor
212.229.5900 x3656
mcdonalt@newschool.edu

STuDEnT HEAlTH AnD SuPPOrT


SErVicES (SHSS)
For a complete listing of services,
activities, hours and locations, visit
www.newschool.edu/studentservices/
health.
medical and counseling Services
Wellness and Health Promotion (WHP)
Student Health insurance
80 Fifth Avenue, 3rd floor
212.229.1671
On weekends and after hours, calls
will be answered by our 24-hour Nurse
Response Service.

medical and counseling Services


All visits are by appointment. Same
day and next day appointments are
available for students with urgent
medical or psychological concerns.
Counseling walk-in hours are Monday
Friday, 1:452:45 pm. For a genuine
emergency, call 911 or go to the nearest
hospital emergency room. All services
are strictly confidential.Email SHS@
newschool.edu for more information.
Wellness and Health Promotion (WHP)
WHP offers wellness counseling and
group workshops to encourage and
assist students to make and maintain
healthy living choices in all aspects of
their lives. WHP also offers leadership
training through The New You, a student
peer health advocacy program. Email
wellness@newschool.edu for more
information.
Student Health insurance
The university provides students with a
comprehensive health insurance plan.
Email SHS@newschool.edu for more
information.
Student Support and crisis
management (SScm)
79 Fifth Avenue, 5th floor
212.229.5900 x3965
SSCM provides immediate support to
students who are struggling with nonacademic issues, and helps to identify
and develop a network of support for
them. Assistance is given to the student
by making safety plans, and obtaining
needed resources for stabilization and
return to normal functioning. Email
studentsupport@newschool.edu for more
information.

inTErnATiOnAl STuDEnT SErVicES


(iSS)
Welcome to our international students
and to all students, scholars, faculty,
staff, and alumni interested in exploring
the world. ISS provides immigration
advice and cultural support for students,
scholars, faculty, staff, alumni and other
departments in an open and friendly
environment.

International students and scholars


should check in at ISS with your I-20 or
DS-2019 as soon as possible after your
arrival in New York City. Special check-in
locations will be posted at the start of
each semester. Our offices are open
Mon.Fri., 9:00 a.m.4:45 p.m.
Drop-in hours are Mondays and
Wednesdays, 2:004:45 p.m. Your
rights and responsibilities as an
international student are fully explained
at the international student orientation,
which you are required to attend. Visit
our website for a full description of our
programs and services.
79 Fifth Avenue, 5th floor
Tel: 212.229.5592
Tel: (Mannes) 212.580.0210 x4484
Fax: 212.229.8992
Skype: ISS.thenewschool
Facebook: www.facebook.com/people/
iss-circle/682115236
Twitter: twitter.com/iss-newschool
Email: iss@newschool.edu
Email (events):
issevents@newschool.edu
Website: www.newschool.edu/
studentservices/international
In case of emergency, call New School
Security at 212.229.5165.
Monique Ngozi Nri, Director,
International Student Services
212.229.5592 x3625
nrim@newschool.edu
Tom Sirinides, Assistant Director,
International Student Services
212.229.5592 x3629
sirinidt@newschool.edu
Linda Asaro, Assistant Director,
International Student Services
212.229.5592 x3623
asarol@newschool.edu
STuDEnT DiSABiliTy SErVicES
Jason Luchs, Director
80 Fifth Avenue, 3rd floor
212.229.5626
luchsj@newschool.edu
www.newschool.edu/studentservices/
disability

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and detrimental to a persons learning


experience and overall health and has no
place in our community. The New School
will take any and all action needed to
prevent, correct, and discipline behavior
that violates this standard of conduct.
Due diligence will be applied to ensure
proper and expeditious disciplinary
review processes and the delivery
of any appropriate resulting action.
The university will make every effort
to provide assistance and support to
victims of sexual assault in a thorough,
consistent, and sensitive manner.

212.229.8996
ois@newschool.edu
www.newschool.edu/studentservices/
intercultural
The Office Intercultural Support
(OIS) works with students of diverse
backgrounds to establish community
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The tenets of confidentiality, neutrality,


informality, and independence are
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The Ombuds will meet with a student to


discuss any problem. The office is the
place to go when you are feeling that you
have nowhere else to turn and are unsure
of the options that might be available.
The Ombuds listens and evaluates the
situation, answers questions, explains
university policies and procedures,
and helps you develop problem solving
options.

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february

Student Ombuds is a place where New


School students can go for assistance
with resolving conflicts, disputes, or
complaints on an informal basis. The
Ombuds office provides independent,
neutral and confidential assistance.The
activities of the office supplement but
do not replace the existing resources for
conflict resolution and fair practice at
The New School.

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Keisha Davenport-Ramirez
212.229.8996
davenpok@newschool.edu

November

inTErculTurAl SuPPOrT

STuDEnT OmBuDS

June

Visit www.newschool.edu/
studentservices/ careers for contact
information and further details.

The Arthur O. Eve Higher Education


Opportunity Program (HEOP) reaches
out to encourage eligible applicants
and support continuing students in
undergraduate programs at Parsons
The New School for Design and Eugene
Lang College The New School for Liberal
Arts. HEOP provides academic support
(tutoring and counseling) and financial
assistance.

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October

Career services include:


Career counseling and assessment
Rsum and cover letter reviews
Mock interviewing
Internship and job search guidance
Career workshops, panels, fairs, and
networking events throughout the year

212.229.8996
heop@newschool.edu
www.newschool.edu/studentservices/
intercultural/heop

2012
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September

Career Services at The New School


is here to help you clarify your career
direction and empower you to formulate
and attain your career goals. Learn
how to market your skills, academic
background and experience to potential
employers in your search for internships
and full-time employment.

ArTHur O. EVE HigHEr EDucATiOn


OPPOrTuniTy PrOgrAm (HEOP)

January

cArEEr SErVicES

CALENDAR YEARS

May

Any student with a physical,


psychological, or learning disability
is encouraged to meet with SDS to
discuss any disability-related needs and
services. These services may include
note takers, readers, and sign language
interpreters; testing accommodations,
such as extended time and enlarged text;
books in alternate format; and adaptive
equipment such as computer screen
readers. Students interested in receiving
services or who believe they have been
discriminated against based on disability
status should contact Student Disability
Services. For more information about
Student Disability Services, email
studentdisability@newschool.edu.

at The New School. Each semester,


OIS sponsors events and workshops to
promote intercultural awareness.

September

The Office of Student Disability Services


(SDS) assists students with disabilities
to obtain academic and programmatic
accommodations as required by the
Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990
(ADA) and Section 504 of the Federal
Rehabilitation Act of 1973.

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Veterans Day

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29

May

30

96

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Cinco de Mayo

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30

97

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11
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10

May

May

11

98

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Mothers Day

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Wednesday

May

Saturday

Tuesday

May

Friday

Monday

May

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30

99

May

June

Thursday

16

May
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11
12 13 14 15 16 17 18
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Tuesday

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May

May

14

18

May

May

15

19

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Saturday

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Friday

Monday

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30

101

May

June

Thursday

23

May
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11
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Tuesday

24

May

May

21

25

May

May

22

26

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20

Saturday

102

May

Friday

Monday

May

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30

103

May

June

Thursday

30

May
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11
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May

June

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29

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Saturday

104

27

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Memorial Day (Observed)

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105

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June

June

June

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107

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13

June
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Flag Day

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11

15

108

June

12

Fathers Day

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June

14

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109

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July

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June
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June

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First Day of Summer

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22

June

June

19

23

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June

Saturday

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June

21

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