Habitat-for-Humanity-3Reports and Publications

Community Meeting Presentation (December, 2017)
Football Operations, 2018 Schedule, Parking, Litter, High School Games

Capital Projects / Construction Update (December, 2017)
Goldring Woldenberg Business Complex, Mussafer Hall, Commons

TUPD Cameras and Zones, Uptown Campus Perimeter (December, 2017)
Uptown perimeter patrol zones, Allied Universal Partnership, Camera expansion

Community Meeting Presentation (March, 2017)
Current & Anticipated Construction, Bulk Trash Pickup, 2017 Events.

2016 Football Game Day Plan
The Game Day Plan includes important information about game dates, neighborhood security, event parking, shuttles, street closures, tailgating locations, and contacts.

The National Science Foundation, Thoughts and Perspectives
September 2016 presentation at Tulane University by F. Fleming Crim (MPS) and James F. Kurose (CISE)

Project Neighborhood Participation Program Presentation
(June, 2016)

As part of the City of New Orleans' Comprehensive Zoning Ordinance, Tulane University hosted on June 8, 2016 a Project Neighborhood Participation Program meeting related to the Institutional Master Plan and Future Land Use Map Amendments to the City of New Orleans' Master Plan. Use the link above to view the presentation from that meeting.

The Economic Impact of Tulane University (2015)
Tulane University has long had a major impact on the economy of New Orleans and the Greater New Orleans area; and in the 10 years since the city and many nearby communities were devastated by the flooding that followed Hurricane Katrina, the university has taken on an even greater role. This report assesses Tulane’s role in the changing economy of New Orleans and the Greater New Orleans area – as a major enterprise in its own right, and through its mission of education, research, innovation and business development, health care and community engagement.

Key Services Tulane Provides to the City of New Orleans
The futures of Tulane University and New Orleans have been intertwined since the founding of Tulane in 1834, when a group of doctors came together to battle yellow fever and “to lead the advancement of science and the rational treatment of disease.” Another calamity, Hurricane Katrina in 2005, forged an even stronger relationship between Tulane and its home city, as a culture of public service inspired the university’s students, staff and faculty to reach out to the city’s neighborhoods, schools and citizens.That partnership between the city and its anchor institution, a national research university, enhances the well-being and growth of the Crescent City, even as new generations of Tulane students and employees are drawn here to study, teach and perform research.

Community Engagement Directory
(Center for Public Service, in cooperation with Government Affairs), February 2010