Tulane's vast support network includes faculty advisors and professional academic counselors who will help you plan your educational strategy.
Tulane ensures that professionals from the advising center are available to all students from their first days on campus. Tulane academic advisors guide each student through the process of course selection, deciding on a major, and staying on track to meet degree, graduation, and career goals. In addition to an academic advisor, each student at Tulane has a support network consisting of faculty advisors, resident advisors and deans.
Did You Know?
The Center for Public Service at Tulane University was started in 2006 to ensure that our students are learning outside the classroom and giving back to the community. Tulane currently offers over 100 courses that have service-learning components.