Below is the list of recognized student organizations at Tulane University. Advisers are listed after each organization.
Each Tulane school and college has its own student government.
The purpose of these organizations is primarily academic, or their activities are tied to a specific discipline or department.
These organizations compete in or practice a specific sport or physical activity. Club Sports organizations are advised by Alison Ketterer.
These student organizations represent graduate students and their schools. These groups are organized under their respective school governments (listed in bold) and GAPSA.
The following groups are advised by John Silbernagel:
The following groups are advised by Tondra Netherton:
These organizations honor students' achievements in various areas.
These organizations' activities and purpose are related to a specific non-academic interest or hobby.
Media organizations' main functions revolve around print, broadcast or digital media.
These organizations perform regularly in public and focus on producing entertainment.
Political organizations either are partisan or seek to influence or change public or government policy.
These student organizations practice or promote specific religions or theologies.
These are places of worship partnered with the University.
Service organizations are dedicated to helping communities and outreach.
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