Tulane has several different housing options, which include co-ed dorms, female-only residence halls, residential colleges and theme-based living arrangements. For more information, please visit Housing & Residence Life's website.
Tulane's residence halls – equipped with study lounges, kitchenettes, laundry facilities, air conditioning, and internet connections – provide a convenient center for student life on campus. All first- and second-year students reside on campus unless they are approved to reside at their immediate family’s home in the Greater New Orleans area.
- Monroe Hall is coed and home to first-year students.
- Paterson House, also known as the Wellness Community, is a coed dorm that is home to both freshmen and sophomores. Paterson offers programming themed around health and fitness.
- Sharp Hall is coed and home to first-year students.
- Wall Residential College is a coed, blended community of first-year and returning students, and it is also the home to a professor-in-residence and his or her family.
- Butler House is a coed dorm for primarily freshmen honors students, and it is where some honors student programming takes place. Butler is not exclusive to honors students, however: not all students who live in Butler are in the honors program, and not all honors students live in Butler.
- Josephine Louise Hall, or JL, is a female-only hall that is home to first-year students, transfer students, and selected returning students. Approximately 25% of female freshmen live in JL.
- Barbara Greenbaum House is a coed community of first-year students and upperclassmen, and it is home to a professor-in-residence and his or her family. Greenbaum includes a classroom and demonstration kitchen.
Did You Know?
Tulane's school colors are Olive Green and Sky Blue. Before they were the Green Wave, athletics teams were simply called The Olive and Blue.