Alpha Lambda Delta is an honors society recognizing freshmen with high academic achievement Alpha Lambda Delta works with the American Cancer Society’s fundraising projects.
Community partners include Children's Hospital, and Animal Rescue New Orleans. Service activities include fundraising campaigns, hospital visits, and animal care.
Community partners include CACTUS, SAFER, St. Joseph Roman Church, Relay for Life, and Mercy Endeavors. Service activities include fundraising and one day service projects.
Chi Alpha is an international Christian campus ministry organization where students gather for fun, for worship, for friendship, and for service: faith, community, and action. Community partners include the Bookgiving Tree. Service activities include fundraising, book giving drives and one day service projects
Service activities include fundraising, rebuilding and one day service projects.
Community partners include Susan B. Komen Foundation, CACTUS, and Up Till Dawn. Service activities include fundraising and one day service projects.
The Classics Club seeks to expand awareness of the Classical world on Tulane’s campus and the community through events, speakers and media presentations. Community partners include the Girl Scouts. Service activities include mentoring k-12 girls.
The Tulane Green Club is Tulane’s primary student-run organization catering to student interest and involvement in the environment. The Green Club works with Animal Rescue of New Orleans providing environmental and animal services.
Engineering students assists local organizations that inspects and repairs medical equipment donated to hospitals in the developing world. Community partners include Haitian Association for Human Development and New Orleans Medical Mission. Service activities include fundraising campaigns and mission trips to Haiti.
The Juggling Clubruns a free bicycle help desk and are currently constructing a community garden behind Wall residence.
Assets is an organization for Newcomb sophomore and junior women with strong academic and leadership abilities. They promote service to Newcomb, the university and the greater community. Community partners include Crescent House.
Community partners include LA Obesity Council. Service activities include distributing healthy life choices at local events.
SoundWave is a student-run pep band which performs at sporting events such as basketball and volleyball games as well as other functions as requested by the university. SoundWave works with St. George Episcopal Church providing entertainment for local churches.
The SAAC is a council of all sports clubs and competitive teams on Tulane's campus. Community service activities include providing sports clinics to k-8 children.
The Tulane College Democrats run voter registration drives and volunteer for political campaigns. Community partners include CACTUS and Up till Dawn. Service activities include letter writing campaigns and support local one day service events
TULAP is a legal services program funded by the Tulane University Associated Student Body. TULAP provides free legal advice and low-cost representation to current Tulane University students, staff, and faculty.
A Co-ed fraternity dedicated to service, leadership, and fellowship on local, national and international levels. Community partners include Tulane's Upward Bound, LASPCA, and Newcomb Daycare Center. Service activities include tutoring, animal care, and early childhood development activities.
CACTUS is one of the biggest and most comprehensive student run community service oriented organization on Tulane's campus. Community partners include Habitat for Humanity, New Orleans Outreach, Ozanam Inn, Best Buddies, Recovery School District, Big Brother/Big Sister, Communities in Schools, Ben Franklin Elem, Operation Reach, Boys Hope Girls Hope, and LA Blood Services. Service activities include rebuilding homes, tutoring, mentoring, organizing school/community beautification projects, organizing blood drives, and providing campus wide community awareness events.
FACE AIDS is a nationwide student campaign to raise one million dollars to fight AIDS in Africa.
Hip Hop for Hope organizes benefit concerts to raise funds for New Orleans education.
A think tank and forum for students to discuss problems and get involved with governance and society, particularly related to the recovery of the Gulf Coast area. The Roosevelt Institute works with the Desire Area Residents Council organizing community festivals and providing grant writing services.
SAFER works with Phoneix of New Orleans rebuilding homes and providing neighborhood beatification service to families unable to afford to rebuild their homes.
Tulane Alternative Breaks seeks to motivate the Tulane community by providing work trips during breaks in school session. Community partners include National Parks, Rebuilding Together, and Ronald McDonald House. Service activities include wildlife conservation, rebuilding homes, and school enrichment activities.
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