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June 1 - 19: Attend a virtual CAST session to register for fall courses and learn more about academic success at Tulane. Sign up for a session here.

June 4 - 15:  Request a  roommate through the  Housing Portal .

June 30 - Deadline to sign up for your dining plan (review options).
Hello Class of 2024, 
  
As we look forward to the fall semester we're bringing with us central values that our office holds close: community, integrity, and purpose.  We're listening to our students and implementing new designs and initiatives to continue to enhance our programs to improve student life while at Tulane.

We are currently working with our campus partners to re-design our Orientation to adjust our calendar and ensure our programs adhere to public health guidance. Exact dates and details for New Student Orientation will be shared once they become available. Please continue to monitor your Tulane email for updates. During this time, however, please refer to the New Student Checklist to handle your pre-matriculation tasks before your arrival such as: sending forms for financial aid benefits, completing your Learning Modules, registering for class after CAST, or reading the 2020 Reading Project Selection,  The Yellow House by Sarah H. Bloom.

Questions? We are here to point you in the right direction. Contact our team by emailing orientation@tulane.edu. You'll also find helpful resources on our website, orientation.tulane.edu. Make sure to follow us on Instagram (@tulanenslp) to get to know our team and learn about resources for new students!
 
Roll Wave,
Rachel
Rachel Weber
New Student & Leadership Programs
Featured Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA) Student Organizations

 

Tulane Black Student Union (tBSU) - Established in 1969 as The African American Congress at Tulane, what we now know as the Tulane Black Student Union was the first African American student group on Tulane's campus. In 2011, The African American Congress at Tulane became The Tulane Black Student Union in order to better reflect the changes the organization and the university had undergone over the years. The Tulane Black Student Union or simply, the tBSU, has expanded to better reflect the interests and experiences of the entire black student population on campus.

Chinese Rights Initiative at Tulane (CRIT) - CRIT stands for Chinese Rights Initiative of Tulane; an organization established based on the need to protect Chinese students' rights and the desire to facilitate cultural communication. It has been shown that Chinese students have been bullied and misunderstood based on their nationality, culture, and race. It is time for our voice to be heard. And, it is time for us to unite and to fight against any discrimination based on nationality, culture, and race through offering assistance and raising cultural awareness. To be specific, we will build connections with relevant authorities, provide discrimination case management and personal counseling. We will hold orientations to strengthen pride and eliminate cultural confusions. Our ultimate mission is to contribute to the preservation of equality among all races.

 

Medical and Mental Health Care Coordination

 

The Health Center is available to provide Tulane students with the information and resources they need to access medical health care with a professional or specialist (such as allergists, orthopedics, OB/GYN, dermatologist, endocrinologists, cardiologists, etc.) in the New Orleans community. For more information on this service, please visit https://campushealth.tulane.edu/health-center/referral-coordination. 

To make an appointment with the Health Center referral coordinator, please call 504-865-5255. Through CAPS for Counseling Services, our Care Coordinator is able to assist with identifying appropriate clinicians in the New Orleans community, following up to ensure connection and engagement in treatment, and help navigate logistical or financial barriers to placement with a community provider. For more information on this service, please visit https://campushealth.tulane.edu/caps/care-coordination. 

 

 

Check it off the List 

Make sure you're on track for a successful first semester! We have organized all the tasks, dates, and deadlines into one comprehensive checklist. A few items will be available later in the summer, so make sure to check back in June and July for updates. Most items are encouraged, while some are required. 

Upcoming Deadlines:
By June 30: Sign up for your dining plan. Review the dining plan options here. First-year residential students are able to sign up for the Unlimited, TU 15, or Kosher dining plan.
July 1: Deadline to submit your final high school transcript to the Office of Undergraduate Admission.
Leadership Opportunity:  Freshman Leadership Program Applications Open!

The Freshman Leadership Program (FLP) is a prestigious program open to all first-year students. After an application and two interviews, 30 students will be selected into the cohort. 

With a strong emphasis on community, FLP strives to empower the next generation of Tulane's leaders and helps every member find success on campus and beyond. Click here to apply!
It's time to submit your photo and information for the 2020 Who's New at TU student book!

Who's New at TU is an 80-page book of photos and info about your classmates, along with useful info about Tulane and New Orleans. Please submit a photo and your info by JULY 27, 2020 at www.maincampuspublications.com/tulane. 

July 27 is also the deadline for ordering copies and submitting Parents' Welcome to Tulane! messages as well. Questions? Send them to tulanedirectory@maincampuspublications.com