Tulane University strives to create residential communities that support strong relationships and incorporate academic learning into the student experience. Students at Tulane have several different housing options, which include co-ed residence halls, residential learning communities, cluster housing, and more. For more information, please visit Housing & Residence Life's website.
Tulane's residence halls – equipped with study lounges, kitchenettes, laundry facilities, air conditioning, and internet connections – provide a convenient center for student life on campus. All first- and second-year students reside on campus unless they meet the local residency exemption criteria specified in the Housing Agreement.
Monroe Residence Hall is a 12-story hall, which is coed by wing and home to first-year students. Monroe features double style rooms with community style bathrooms. Fun fact: Monroe is the tallest building in Uptown New Orleans!
Sharp Residence Hall is coed community with double rooms and community style bathrooms that houses first-year students. Sharp is home to the Squad Residential Learning Community. Squad is a leadership and teamwork community that explores how to be a Tulanian as understood through the lens of school pride.
Wall Residence Hall is a coed, first year community that houses first-year students in suite-style housing. It is also home to a Faculty in Residence and their family, who interact with students through regular programming. Wall is home to the Gender Affirming Housing (GAH) Cluster. The GAH Cluster initiative was created with the explicit goal of helping Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Questioning, and Gender Variant students experience a greater sense of belonging in TU’s residential communities. Learn more about our Cluster Housing opportunities.
Butler Residence Hall is a coed by floor residence hall for first-year students. Butler is an 8-story building and features double-style rooms with community style bathrooms.
Josephine Louise Residence Hall, is a coed, first-year student community with single, double and triple-style rooms with community-style bathrooms. Josephine Louise houses two Residential Learning Communities, including the Spark and Current RLCs. Current brings together first-year women to build and engage in academic, intellectual, STEM-focused communities at Tulane, in New Orleans, and beyond. Spark provides a place for first-year women to find their “spark” – their own Tulane pathway – as they forge connections with one another and with faculty, staff, and alumnae through the gender-focused programming and opportunities provided by Newcomb Institute.
Warren Residence House is a co-ed community for first-year students and second-year students. Warren is home to the Kaleidoscope Residential Learning Community. Kaleidoscope provides community for talented and diverse students, while facilitating individual and community development for campus change.