Tulane University

Undergraduate Admission

First Year Program (TIDES)

The Tulane Interdisciplinary Experience Seminar (TIDES) Program provides students the opportunity to make meaningful connections with a small group of students and some of our best faculty. Active learning, intellectual challenges and social co-curricular activities define the TIDES experience.

To promote interdisciplinary scholarship, all undergraduates participate in a one credit hour TIDES seminar during their first year at Tulane. These courses bring together small groups of students and faculty to explore academics and the city of New Orleans from interdisciplinary perspectives.

With over 70 courses to choose from, ranging from More Than Just Business to Music and Culture of New Orleans to Going Green in New Orleans, there are topics to pique every type of student's interest. TIDES seminars involve learning by interaction and are driven by intellectual curiosity. Click here to view a list of TIDES offerings.

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Over 70 different TIDES classes are offered.

Did You Know?

Tulane is home to the Hogan Jazz Archive, the world's premier source of recordings, photographs and books about New Orleans jazz from its traditional roots to its modern form.