Tulane University

Undergraduate Admission

See Campus

The average Tulane student travels nearly 1,000 miles to get to campus. We understand that visiting campus can be more difficult for international students. Below are virtual tours to help you gain a perspective of campus from afar, as well as information for visiting campus if you choose to do so.

Online Tours and Information Visiting Campus and New Orleans
New Orleans is one of the world’s most captivating cities, and its rich history has been influenced by the cultures of Europe, Africa, and the Caribbean. Our students take advantage of all the city has to offer: global cuisine, world-class museums and galleries, and stimulating internship and job opportunities. If you can visit campus: Tulane Support for International Students
Our Office of Multicultural Affairs offers several programs and organizations. Additionally, the Office for International Students & Scholars is a great resource for information on laws, regulations, and opportunities in the United States. They are your source for information on student visas and issue the I-20.

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The Academic Quad
Tulane's campus has three main quads: the Academic Quad (shown above), the LBC Quad, and Newcomb Quad.

Did You Know?

Tulane's school colors are Olive Green and Sky Blue. Before they were the Green Wave, athletics teams were simply called The Olive and Blue.