Tulane Student Life
Tulane students successfully balance their free time between participating in on-campus life and enjoying all that New Orleans has to offer.
Tulane has more than 200 student-run clubs and organizations on campus, and the university puts special emphasis on the supplemental learning experiences that take place outside of the classroom. With such a diverse offering of activities to choose from - club sports, Greek life, television and radio stations, performing arts organizations, student government, community service clubs, and even a cheese appreciation club, just to name a few - Tulane students are never bored!
Students describe the Tulane lifestyle in New Orleans as both active and comfortable; becoming a part of Tulane's campus community comes naturally, and it is never long before students start calling New Orleans home.
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Did You Know?
The Newcomb College Institute is an academic center offering educational and co-curricular programs designed to enhance women's education at Tulane University. The institute's mission furthers a 120-year old Newcomb College legacy of providing all undergraduate women students with programs, tools, and experiences to enhance their leadership and scholarship.