Tulane University

Undergraduate Admission

guide for admitted transfer students

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Exploring Opportunities at Tulane and Enrolling
All admitted transfer students receive a user name and password to log into a personal website where they may sign up to attend admission events in the spring, submit an enrollment deposit and submit a deposit for on-campus housing consideration. An e-mail with all of the necessary information will be sent to the email address used to submit the application approximately two weeks after receiving an admission letter. Please contact transfer@tulane.edu with questions.

Paying a Deposit and Applying for Housing
Through the admitted student website (see above), you may pay an enrollment deposit of either $250 (if you wish to live off-campus) or $500 (if you wish to live on-campus). On-campus housing is guaranteed for students enrolling for spring/January who pay deposits by January 2 and for students enrolling for fall/August who pay deposits by July 1. Transfers who pay deposits after these dates may still obtain on-campus housing, but those requests are subject to available space.

Enrollment deposits must be paid online by January 2 for the spring term, and by August 1 for the fall term.

  Entering Fall (Early) Entering Fall (Regular) Entering
Spring
Enrollment & Housing Deposit Aug 1 Aug 1 Jan 2
FAFSA & CSS Profile Jun 1 Jun 1 Dec 1

School and Major
All full-time students are enrolled in Newcomb-Tulane Undergraduate College. Students are additionally enrolled in the school housing the major designated on your application. If you did not indicate a major, you will be an “undecided” student in Newcomb-Tulane College. Undergraduate degrees may be earned in the following schools: the School of Architecture, the A.B. Freeman School of Business, the School of Liberal Arts, the School of Public Health, and the School of Science and Engineering.

Sending Immunization Records
In order to register for classes, you must provide proof of immunization to the Student Health Center by mailing or faxing your immunization records to the contact information below.  You will find the immunization form and instructions on this page.

Uptown Student Health Center
Newcomb Place and Willow Street
Tulane University
6823 St. Charles Avenue
New Orleans, LA 70118
Fax: 504.865.5083

Consulting your Academic Advisor and Registering for Classes
All students are assigned an advisor within the Academic Advising Center based on their personal area(s) of academic interest. Please feel free to contact Carol Pizer at cpizer@tulane.edu in order to obtain your advising assignment.

Registration is a simple, online process. Registration information will be sent to you shortly after we receive your enrollment deposit.  Registration begins in April for the fall term and in November for the spring term. To prepare for registration, visit the Registrar Office website and click on “Schedule of Classes.” You will also find the academic calendar at this site. The Academic Advising Center Website provides quick links to the University Catalog, information regarding the Core Curriculum and other helpful resources.

Orientation Activities
The Office of Student Affairs coordinates a thorough and enjoyable series of orientation activities so that you can get to know Tulane, New Orleans and your new classmates. Many of the orientation events are open to all new students, both first year and transfers, but Tulane also coordinates a number of orientation events exclusively for transfer students. In the fall, orientation for transfer students begins one day earlier than first-year student move-in day. In the spring, the transfer student orientation takes place the Sunday before classes begin for the spring semester. Transfer exclusive events last year included a transfer student welcome reception, a French Quarter dinner and haunted history tour, a city tour including Tulane’s uptown neighborhood, a cupcake social, a cooking class and a pizza party.  More details can be found at the Orientation Website.

Contact Information
We understand that you may still have some questions, and we are here to help.

OFFICE

PHONE

FAX

Academic Advising Center
advising@tulane.edu

504-865-5798

504-865-5799

School of Architecture
tsarch@tulane.edu

504-865-5389

504-862-8798

School of Liberal Arts
liberalarts@tulane.edu

504-865-5225

504-865-5224

School of Public Health

504-865-5140

 

School of Science & Engineering

504-865-5764

504-862-8747

A.B. Freeman School of Business

504-865-5407

504-865-5491

University Registrar
registrar@tulane.edu

504-865-5231

504-865-6760

Financial Aid
finaid@tulane.edu

504-865-5723

504-862-8750

Dining Services
mealplan@tulane.edu

504-865-5712

504-862-8996

Housing and Residential Life
housing@tulane.edu

504-865-5724

504-862-8944

Student Health Center

504-865-5255

504-865-5083

Student Programs

504-865-5141

504-862-8730

Bookstore

504-865-5913

504-862-8580

Technology Services

504-862-8888

 

 

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Did You Know?

Twelve medical degrees were issued during the first Tulane Commencement held on April 5, 1836.