Welcome to the New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences

Experience what a liberal arts education from New College at the West campus truly means

Bringing together the best of both a small-college experience – with its close personal relationships –and a top-tier research university – with its cutting-edge research faculty – ASU’s New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences located at the beautiful West campus is nationally unique. Working across old disciplinary boundaries, our faculty produce innovative research, not just report on it. We take our students with us on this fascinating journey, which provides extraordinary opportunities for growth and exciting ways to shape your future.

ASU paying for college

Paying for college - financial aid

Paying for college doesn’t have to be stressful.
In addition to grants and student employment,
New College students have many financial aid
opportunities, including scholarships.

New College Undergraduate Inquiry & Research Experiences (NCUIRE) Program

Undergraduate research

New College undergraduates engage in
meaningful research partnerships with faculty
and other undergraduates. Publish research papers and be recognized in your industry.

ASU Study Abroad Opportunities

Study abroad opportunities

Study abroad features three distinct short study abroad programs that allow you to have a taste of international travel without spending a semester or year away from home and family.

Upcoming Events

Thu
Nov
22
Nov 22 - 23, 2018
Fri
Nov
30
Location:
ArtSpace West, Second Stage West
Nov 30 2018 - 7:00pm
Sat
Dec
1
Location:
ArtSpace West, Second Stage West
Dec 1 2018 - 7:00pm

New College is the place.

At New College, you’ll encounter professors you know while crossing campus. Even better? They will know you.
Our award winning faculty are shaping their fields and our students are working right alongside them.

Dignity Health and Arizona State University have announced the 2018 awardees of the Collaborative Strategic Initiatives Program, which offers grants to ASU faculty and Dignity Health investigators for

More than 130 years ago, a small community of settlers in a remote northern Arizona valley erupted into a frenzy of ambushes, murders and massacres.

It’s a Tuesday afternoon, and on the third floor of the Arizona Center in downtown Phoenix, a group of second-year Mayo Clinic students are learning to walk — or perhaps more accurately, re-learning to walk.