Humanities and Social Sciences Registration Instructions
Information about all courses in Humanities and Social Sciences (HSS) can be found at the following locations:
Students interested in studying foreign languages on the exchange program with the New School, should look for a campus-wide E-mail notice from Professor Sayres, HSS academic advisor, detailing the process, close to beginning of the fall semester.
Important information for students registering for HSS3 (The Making of Modern Society): HSS3 involves both a one-hour lecture on Mondays from 12-12:50 and any one of several two-hour discussion sections. All students must register for both the lecture and a discussion section.
Closed courses and sections cannot be overloaded. Faculty do not have authority to add additional students to closed sections or courses. Please see Professor Sayres or Peter Buckley, acting dean of HSS, if a schedule conflict cannot otherwise be resolved.
Students may not register for more than one HSS elective without permission from the HSS advisor or HSS dean. An exception is made for students in the School of Art, who may register for two HTA electives without special permission from the HSS dean’s office.