The New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences at Arizona State University's vibrant West campus focuses on a personalized learning experience and on the complex and unique ways that different fields of study interact and affect one another to better prepare you for the future. The undergraduate and graduate degrees offered within the New College are designed to provide innovative coursework and hands-on experiences to prepare students for the social, economic, political and cultural challenges they will face in a rapidly expanding, diverse global marketplace.
New College programs emphasize experiential learning that spans academic disciplines and encourages an appreciation for all forms of creativity, and each program provides study and exploration that fosters a deeper understanding of the diversity and interdependent nature of the human experience. New College programs and courses help students develop a critical outlook based on observation and a vast array of methods of inquiry, preparing them to become independent thinkers who are empowered to help shape their society.
Deans Advisory Board Scholarship
This scholarship is awarded to New College students with demonstrated financial need to help them succeed.
CommLab at ASU
Funds will be utilized for community speaking initiatives and service learning opportunities (TEDxASUWest & K-12 workshops).
Dr. Connie Borror Achievement Scholarship
This scholarship funds a New College student enrolled in a STEM major.
New College Peer Mentoring Program
Funds will be used for programs that support student success and retention in New College.
NCUIRE Undergraduate Research
To foster high-quality, high-impact collaborative research experiences, financial awards are available to students participating in NCUIRE.