Advising is a collaborative partnership that maximizes the individual potential of students by sharing information, tools, and resources that empower students to make informed decisions about creating appropriate academic and career plans to achieve their academic, career, and life goals. Academic Advising, the Career Center, and Athletics Advising all fall under this umbrella
The Center for Academic Equity is a hub of academic support services for first-generation college students, LGBTQ students, students of color, and all self-identified underrepresented or non-traditional students. CAE fosters growth for these students through scholarships, grants, internships, workshops, conferences, and speakers.
The Center for Global Education encompasses all the offices that contribute to global learning and support international students: The Office of Study Abroad, the Office of International Students and Scholars, English as a Second Language, and Global Travel. If you have any questions about traveling internationally or obtaining a visa, CGE is a valuable resource.
The Honors Program offers a residential, cohort experience for freshmen and sophomores. Freshmen in the Honors Program are encouraged to live in Wall Residential College, and Sophomores in Weatherhead Hall. Both communities are led by faculty members who, along with their families, reside in the communities.
The Office of Retention and Student Success (ORSS) offers students and faculty the opportunity to engage in collaborative partnerships designed to foster growth from the first year through graduation. Newcomb-Tulane College Academic Programs, operating under the ORSS umbrella, provides intentional co-curricular programming including TIDES, the Reading Project, and the Residential Faculty Mentor program. ORSS also includes the Tulane Academic Success Center, which offers success coaching, tutoring, and peer learning support.
Learn leadership and military skills while you're enrolled at Tulane University. Tulane's ROTC Programs include: Air Force, Army, and Marines and Navy. Become an exceptional leader in conjunction with your higher learning.
Newcomb-Tulane College’s Summer School offers an opportunity to take popular courses essential for your major, explore new subjects for personal enrichment, or try a course that might open new career opportunities.
Do you find yourself wanting to teach? TPCP offers certifications to current Tulane students and recent graduates. Once you complete your courses, you are eligible for a Louisiana Practitioner's License II.