As an admitted student, you can use your Green Wave Portal to register for admission events in the spring, submit an enrollment deposit, and submit a deposit for on-campus housing consideration. To learn more about Tulane and the opportunities available to you, join the Tulane Transfer Student Facebook group. You can also get perspectives of current transfer students at Tulane on why they made their switch by visiting our Transfer Ambassadors page.
Through your Green Wave Portal, you can submit an enrollment deposit of $750 (if you are living off-campus) or $1,000 (if you are living on-campus). On-campus housing is not guaranteed for transfers.
All enrollment deposits are non-refundable and must be paid online via your Green Wave Portal by December 1st for the Spring term, and by June 15th for the Fall term. If you elect to live on-campus, after you submit your $1000 enrollment deposit, our Office of Housing and Residence Life will contact you with directions to sign up for on-campus housing. We encourage all transfer students interested in living on-campus to promptly complete their housing application once they receive it. Since we do not guarantee on-campus housing, your housing deposit is refundable if you do not receive a room on-campus. For off-campus housing resources, please visit the Housing and Residence Life website.
Enrollment & Housing Deposit
Entering Fall: June 15
Entering Spring: December 1
FAFSA & CSS Profile
Entering Fall: May 15
Entering Spring: November 1
*On-campus housing is not guaranteed for transfer students. If transfer students do not receive on-campus housing, their housing deposit will be refunded.
All enrolling transfer students work with a transfer academic advisor in the Academic Advising Center to review the transfer of previous college credits and for assistance scheduling their first semester at Tulane. Once you have been admitted, you may reach out to your advisor by email to schedule an appointment. For students with last names beginning with A-M, please contact Aloysius Cunningham at firstname.lastname@example.org. For students with last names beginning with N-Z, please contact Shelby Wood at email@example.com.
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, take a look at our schedule of classes to see what interests you. The Academic Advising Center Website provides quick links to the University Catalog, information regarding the Core Curriculum and other helpful resources.
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. The major that you indicate on your application is not binding so take time to explore your interests. Once you are decided, you will need to officially declare when you arrive on campus. 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 Tropical Medicine, and the School of Science and Engineering. Learn about our 75+ majors and minors.
As you prepare for your arrival at Tulane, you will want to refer to our Transfer Student Checklist to ensure you have prepared all the correct paperwork and requirements before starting as a student. This timeline is for the Fall semester, when most of our transfer students enroll.
Once you arrive to campus, Tulane hosts a special transfer orientation for both Fall and Spring. We understand that you already have an idea of how a university works, but we want to provide specific Tulane resources for our transfer students. In the Fall, incoming transfer students will also be placed in small groups with a upper-class transfer student leader to assist with their transition to Tulane. The groups meet over the course of the Fall semester and help connect transfer students in the Tulane community. More details can be found at the Tulane Orientation Website.
An enrollment deferral gives students the opportunity to work, take time to care for family, or participate in an activity or experience designed to provide outside of the classroom enrichment.
We understand that you may still have some questions, and we are here to help.
Academic Advising Center
School of Architecture
School of Liberal Arts
School of Public Health
School of Science & Engineering
A.B. Freeman School of Business
Housing and Residential Life
Student Health Center