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Programs & Services

 

Programs

FRIDAYS AT THE QUAD (FAQ): Spend your Fridays on the LBC Quad and enjoy free food and music brought to you by the Division of Student Affairs, Tulane University Campus Programming (TUCP) and the Office of Student Programs. January 2014 FAQs will be inside the LBC in the Kendall Cram Room.


ACTIVITIES EXPO: Expo is an opportunity for student organizations to promote and publicize themselves through flyers, brochures, giveaways, etc., as well as recruit new members. Fall Activities Expo is on the first Friday after classes during the fall semester. Spring Activities Expo is after Sorority Recruitment in January.


WELCOME BACK MEETING: This meeting covers all the basic information student organizations need to operate. Make sure to attend this event to find out about new policies, changes to procedure and lots of tips and tricks to make your life as a student organization leader easier. Welcome Back is a "one-stop shop" for all issues concerning student organizations.


STUDENT ORGANIZATION BUDGET WORKSHOPS: This workshop explains student organization budget procedures and to answer any questions you may have about student organization funding. Graduate and Greek student organizations do not need to attend. Contact the USG Vice President for Finance for more information. Download USG budget forms.


LEADERSHAPE INSTITUTE. LeaderShape Institute is a six-day program that engages participants in dialogue and activities aimed at self-discovery and key leadership issues. Participants are challenged to lead with integrity, while working towards creating a vision to improve the communities of which they are a part. After students return to campus, they will maintain a support network with one another in order to help bring their visions to reality.


EARLY BIRD STUDENT ORGANIZATION FAIR: Come to the Fair to register your student organization with Student Programs and reserve your organization's spot at the Fall Activities Expo. At the Fair, you can check your student organization budget information, reset or retrieve organization website and e-mail passwords and make reservations for fall meeting rooms


NEW ADVISER WORKSHOP: This workshop explains how to plan an event, what policies are involved, how to use student government funds, and lots more in less than 90 minutes. For more information, contact the Associate Director of Student Programs Daphne Everhart.


TULANE AFTER DARK: Tulane After Dark (TAD) is a series of late night events created by a committee of programmers from across the campus. TAD events run from Thursdays through Sundays.


 

Services

STUDENT ORGANIZATION ADVISING: Student Programs directly advises about 120 organizations and supports more than 250 other student organizations and their advisers.


STUDENT ORGANIZATION SERVICES: Student Programs provides several services to make organizations more connected to campus. E-mail, websites and listservs are available for recognized student organizations. In addition, the Student Organization Center has everything a group needs to make banners, store belongings, check e-mail, etc.


ADVISER SUPPORT & EDUCATION: Student Programs has resources available for organization advisers, as well as a list of all organization advisers.


PUBLICATIONS & FORMS: Student Programs produces a number of publications detailing campus resources and special programs, including the Designs for Success series and more. Student Programs also has information for organization leaders and advisers about recruitment, program publicity, retreat planning, time management, delegation and other topics.


STUDENT ORGANIZATION TECHNOLOGY ASSISTANCE: In these informal sessions, student organization leaders can learn how to use their organizational technology accounts – websites, e-mail and listservs – to keep their members and prospective members informed. For help, contact Assistant Director of Student Programs Tel Francois Bailliet.


FRESHMAN DIRECTORY: The Tulane New Student Directory is a permanent photographic record of the current freshman class. This book includes photos and brief biographical information about your classmates, along with useful supplemental information about Tulane and New Orleans. For more information about the Freshman Directory, please go to www.maincampuspublications.com/tulane.

Division of Student Affairs, Tulane University, New Orleans, LA 70118 504-314-2188 studnaff@tulane.edu