New Orleans in 1834 was one of the busiest international port cities in the world. But the city wasn’t just importing goods from across the world, they were also importing deadly diseases like yellow fever, malaria and smallpox. In an effort to treat these diseases, learn more about them and train more doctors, the Medical College of Louisiana was formed.
Tulane's purpose is to create, communicate and conserve knowledge in order to enrich the capacity of individuals, organizations and communities to think, to learn and to act and lead with integrity and wisdom.
Attracting the most innovative thinkers to Tulane—world-class faculty and graduate and undergraduate students—and combining our intellectual muscle with an entrepreneurial mindset will position the university to help solve some of society’s most complex challenges. Research here isn’t just the province of graduate students or faculty: Undergraduate research is an important part of the Tulane experience, and grants are available to help students cover the cost of research materials, travel and other expenses.
Tulane’s network of career services partners with local, national, and global employers from a wide range of industries to recruit top talent across the institution.
The Newcomb-Tulane College Office of Student Success is committed to supporting Tulane students through providing a variety of resources and opportunities to help them succeed at this university. Engage with the office through individual success coaching, peer tutoring and supplemental instruction through the Academic Learning & Tutoring Center, the Academic Writing Center, and more. Participate in our many workshops and programs or connect with one of our campus partners for additional support.
Getting around New Orleans is easy and affordable. The Tulane University Shuttles and Transportation system helps students, faculty and staff travel safely and easily to, from and around our campuses. The shuttles offer commuter connections between the uptown, health sciences, Elmwood and University Square campuses as well as shopping and entertainment venues in and around the greater New Orleans area.
The Office of Occupational Healthcare Surveillance oversees medical surveillance and medical screening requirements for Tulane University employees.
The Office of Occupational Healthcare Surveillance utilizes the Tulane Living Well Occupational Health Clinic for the following services:
Uptown, the home of undergraduate residential life and several schools and colleges such as Newcomb-Tulane, law, business, and more, is nestled among the famous moss-covered oak trees and on the same tract of land as Audubon Park, along historic Saint Charles Avenue.Downtown
Our downtown campus—home to social work, medicine and public health & tropical medicine—is clustered among the bustling streets and skyscrapers of the Central Business District and abuts the historic French Quarter.Riverfront
The ByWater Institute at our new riverfront campus brings scholars from across disciplines together to find innovative ways to manage threats of rising water from coastal erosion and a changing environment.
Tulane University is steeped in cultural history. A dynamic fine arts program, a world-class museum and unique collections mean there is always something extraordinary to see at Tulane. If you prefer performing arts, you'll have plenty of theatrical performances, concerts and films from which to choose. Artists in all genres thrive in this creative atmosphere.
For lovers of the arts, New Orleans is a dream. The city is home to renowned art museums, countless venues for live music, and a vibrant performing arts scene. As one of America's most culturally unique cities, there is never a shortage of exciting things going on that only happen in New Orleans.
Tulane University is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award associate, baccalaureate, masters, doctorate and professional degrees.
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