Graduate Student Admissions

Graduate school is a great option for individuals in many fields of study. New College offers several degree programs within the humanities, social and natural sciences. Once you have decided which degree program you are interested in pursuing, please read through your program details, as each program is unique and may have different degree and admission requirements. 


Investment and Financial Aid

Prospective student contact

For questions about our programs and the admissions process, the New College Recruitment Team is here to help. You can reach us by calling (602) 543-3000 or email us at NC.gradstudies@asu.eduFeel free to join us for an information session, or other event listed below.

Fall 2020 and Spring 2021Event Schedule

Information Sessions

To help you learn more about New College’s graduate programs, we host information sessions (both in-person and online), as well as tabling events at multiple ASU campuses. Please RSVP to and let us know which programs you are interested in.

  • October 21, 2020 at 5:15pm MST - Online 
  • February 17, 2021 at 5:15pm MST -  West Campus and Online
  • March 17, 2021 at 11am MST – 4+1 Degree Option Focus – West Campus and Online

Graduate Fairs

One of our Recruitment team members will be present at the following locations to provide you with program and admission information. Date and time to be determined.

Talk with us

Join a live, online Grad Studies Question and Answer Session held every first and third Friday of the month from noon to 1pm (MST) 

Hosted by the Graduate Studies Prospective Student Services representative

First Friday Drop-In Virtual Invite:

Third Friday Drop-In Virtual Invite: