Newcomb-Tulane College

Newcomb-Tulane College is the academic home for all of Tulane's full-time undergraduate students. Created after the 2005 post-Katrina academic reorganization of Tulane University, the college provides academic services for students, including advising, honors, study abroad, and a range of academic student programs. The college also offers funding opportunities for student research, travel, internships, and other academic cocurricular activities. Students enrolled in the college pursue programs and degrees offered by the five undergraduate schools. Newcomb-Tulane College offices include Advising, Career Success, and Athletics Advising; the Center for Global Education (Study Abroad, OISS, ESL); Cocurricular Programs; the Dean's Office; First Year & Cohort Programs; the Honors Program; ROTC (Navy, Air Force, Army); Summer School; and the Teacher Preparation and Certification Program (TPCP).

School of Architecture
A. B. Freeman School of Business
School of Liberal Arts
School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine
School of Science and Engineering


Mission Statement

Newcomb-Tulane College is dedicated to the intellectual development of undergraduates at Tulane University by providing support in all undergraduate academic degree programs, and promoting opportunities for students to extend learning outside of the classroom. Newcomb-Tulane College prepares its students to be leaders and global citizens in a manner consistent with the mission of the university. A Newcomb-Tulane College education embodies academic breadth and depth, research opportunities, service, and leadership.


Tulane University, New Orleans, LA 504-865-5720