The Division of Student Affairs provides a number of services related to campus life, health and wellness and other types of resources and support for Tulane students. Our dedicated staff strive to help students succeed at Tulane and in life.
You will first get to know us at orientation. We’ll give you all the information you’ll need to prepare for your first semester at Tulane and beyond. We recognize the important role that parents and families play in your success and provide special orientation sessions and a number of other resources for them.
Skip the hassles of off-campus living and choose one of our many on-campus housing options. Residential Learning Communities bring students with similar interests together with faculty to enhance your living and learning experiences.
Between classes you’ll attend meetings or grab a bite to eat in the Lavin-Bernick Center for University Life or work out at the Reily Recreation Center. The LBC also houses a bank, the bookstore, FedEx and a computer store. The Reily Center provides a wide range of exercise equipment and fitness programs, manages both intramurals and club sports, and offers a variety of outdoor escapes to the surrounding area.
A well-rounded education includes more than just time in the classroom. Tulane offers a wide range of student organizations including fraternities and sororities, service organizations, student government and more. We foster an environment with a multitude of viewpoints, experiences and cultures. THE O serves as the hub for this diverse community, including multicultural affairs, our religious communities and the Office for Gender and Sexual Diversity.
Counseling services, on-campus clinics and wellness programs are available when you need them. We also provide accessibility services, victim support and case management, and manage the student conduct process.