Newcomb-Tulane College helps students find and fund a variety of opportunities to go beyond their classes to reach their goals, both on and off-campus. These programs provide experience, perspective and create a more well rounded education. The honors program, Center for Academic Equity and NTC all fund internships, study abroad, research and more. Global education, experiences with faculty and other enrichment programs and events provide opportunities to create a unique learning environment.
The Office of Academic Enrichment presents Academic Enrichment Week. This week is dedicated to all academic activities outside of the classroom – research, grants, and much more!
Engaging in these classes will help students develop an understanding of the research process as it is carried out within and across scholarly
We offer guest speakers, seminars, campus-wide events, free daily coffee in Cudd Hall and Front Porch Friday on the first Friday of every month
NTC programs create intellectual and academic opportunities that foster faculty and student engagement inside and outside of the classroom.
The Center for Global Education supports international students and scholars and develops opportunities to have intercultural experiences.
Research is a high impact practice with strong, proven outcomes for undergraduate student enrichment.
NTC grants fund academic-based research, conference travel, internships (travel, transportation, and housing), and other projects.
The first year experience is a set of programs, events and resources to help students thrive in their first year as NTC students.
Sophomore year is a time for declaring a major (or two), trying new things and setting goals. We will guide you through it all.
The Residential Faculty Mentor program increases faculty engagement with students in res halls and fosters academic life.
We value strong-minded, driven, and passionate student leaders and create opportunities for you to grow.