College Junior 2013-10-10T22:00:17Z
Health & Safety:
The dorms are extremely strict, and are always there for protocol during storms (ie. Sandy). I lock my doors anyway because it is New York City, but I'm not too worried about other students stealing my things.
College Junior 2013-10-10T21:56:52Z
The food is pretty good, and the staff are really friendly. I don't have a meal plan because there's no real need. Living in the dorms automatically puts money into your account, but it's useful for coffee in between classes.
College Junior 2013-10-10T21:55:19Z
There are none. We don't even have a discount for public transportation.
College Freshman 2013-10-03T22:07:41Z
Guys & Girls:
I know that a big concern for prospective students is the lack of straight guys. Put your fears to rest. There are straight men here.
College Freshman 2013-10-03T22:02:56Z
There isn't a campus per se. It's more like a cluster of associated buildings within a few blocks of Greenwich Village. This is typical for universities in NYC (NYU doesn't have a unified campus either). I actually prefer it to a traditional campus. It's easy to walk between all of my classes.
The computer labs are nice. There are multiple small libraries -- a humanities/social sciences library, and archive of design materials, and a music library. The New School is part of a library consortium with other universities, so we can check out books from NYU, Cooper Union, etc.
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