For Admitted Students
Congratulations! You have been admitted to one of the most prestigious institutions in the country. We cannot wait to welcome you into the Tulane family. It's a busy time for you right now, so we've made it as easy as possible to find the information you need in order to make your decision.
You'll receive information on how to log into your personalized admitted student website approximately two weeks after being admitted to Tulane. That site allows you to do the following:
- Register for admitted student programs
- Complete enrollment forms
- Make your enrollment/housing deposit
- May 1 deadline
- Non-refundable after May 1
- Indicate your initial housing preferences
Your regional admission counselor is available to answer questions and guide you through the rest of the admission process. During the spring semester we encourage you to visit campus and join us for a reception led by an Admission Counselor in a city near you.
Today's blog is going to help you prepare for making that move to Tulane and New Orleans. After my thirteen years here and twelve classes of Tulane students, including my own, I figured I could easily impart my wisdom for some things that you should bring with you.
Did You Know?
Newcomb Pottery, widely considered one of the most significant American art pottery collections of the 20th century, originated from Tulane's H. Sophie Newcomb Memorial College pottery program.