Tulane University

Undergraduate Admission

Unique Opportunities

Tulane offers many one-of-a-kind learning experiences that prepare you for the real world after graduation.

*The university's international study abroad programs give students new perspectives on the world around them.

*The many internships available through Tulane's career center provide valuable career-building experiences.

*Tulane's honors program enables participation in special seminars and innovative courses.

*The Newcomb College Institute offers numerous research opportunities for female students.

*Tulane's freshmen TIDES seminars bring together small groups of students and faculty to explore significant issues from multiple perspectives.

*Unique research, artistic and cultural institutes throughout the campus offer undergraduates unparalleled research opportunities.

Tulane also offers several paths to assist undergraduates in pursuing advanced degrees: Special pre-med and pre-law advisors guide students looking toward careers in medicine or law, and even offer early acceptance into Tulane's medical school. Integrated graduate and professional studies help students obtain bachelor's and master's degrees in only five years. And for those looking for an unconventional course of study, interdisciplinary and joint-degree programs, as well as self-designed majors, are also available.

Recognizing that active civic engagement builds strong, healthy communities and responsible citizens, Tulane also requires students to engage in public service. Tulane is the only major research institution to include service in the required curriculum. Students immerse themselves in service projects that they find interesting, because Tulane offers real-world service experiences related to each different academic department. Tulane students are always learning to make a difference in today's complex and fast-changing world.

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Did You Know?

Dr. Rudolph Matas invented more than 20 surgical procedures including the Matas operation for aneurisms during his 42 years teaching at the medical school.