The Center for Academic Equity wants to ensure that you have the tools to thrive and flourish academically. Connect with the following resources our campus partners offer to prepare you for the classroom and beyond.
An Airtable document with many of the available Tulane funding for a vast array of experiences.
The ALTC offers individual peer tutoring, supplemental instruction, writing coaching through its Writing Center, and more.
Work with Campus Health to establish any necessary mental health support.
The Office of Multicultural Affairs, Religious Life at Tulane, and The Office of Gender and Sexual Diversity are located here.
If you are experiencing a crisis or have an extenuating circumstance that prevented your academic success, make the university aware.
The Office of International Students and Scholars, Study Abroad and Office of English for Academic and Professional Purposes are located here.
If you have accommodations for testing/classes in the past and believe having these may help you be more successful in the college classroom.
A success coach can assist you in your transition to Tulane and developing your personal academic and social goals.
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.
Newcomb-Tulane College Career Services is committed to supporting you as you advance through your unique academic and career journey. Their team will help you identify your values, interests, and skills. and support you no matter your plans and where you currently are in the process
Your Financial Aid Counselor can help you understand how financial aid works and assist in identifying the resources necessary to make your education affordable.