Newcomb Scholars Program
The Newcomb Scholars Program is a unique opportunity for incoming women at Tulane who are interested in an academically enriching and shared four-year experience.
Newcomb Student Organizations
NCI sponsors student organizations that foster a women-focused, supportive environment while developing leadership abilities and professional skill sets.
Big Sis/Little Sis
Participate in one of the most popular Newcomb traditions! Sophomore, junior, or senior Big Sisters will serve as a resource, guide, and friend for first-year Little Sisters during the transition to Tulane. The deadline to sign up for the program is July 20, 2016.
Experiential Learning, Internships, and Mentoring
Grants, Research, and Awards
Women to Women Mentoring Program
This program connects undergraduate women-identified students with alumnae
Funding is available for students to pursue summer internships at women-focused organizations
NCI and the Newcomb Alumnae Association sponsor networking events on campus and across the country
Kenya Summer Program
NCI is offering students the opportunity to travel to Kenya for service learning credit in the summer of 2017 and volunteer at a summer camp for children.
The Newcomb College Institute offers a variety of grants and awards for faculty, students, and community organizations
Title IX at Tulane
2017 Daisy Chain Application
Be a part of a Newcomb College tradition. Junior women (and sophomores who will be abroad during Spring 2017) may now apply to be part of the Daisy Chain. Daisy Chain is a part of the Under the Oaks Ceremony held on May 19, 2017 at Dixon Hall. Students are selected based on their scholastic and on-campus achievement. Daisy Chain participants are permitted to stay in campus housing until after commencement, if they currently live in campus housing. Should you be chosen to participate in Daisy Chain, you will be a part of the team that assembles the actual 'daisy chain.’
2017 Oak Wreath Application
The Oak Wreath is bestowed upon a select group of senior women who have distinguished themselves through an engaged pursuit of learning, leadership in student activities, and contribution to the Newcomb/Tulane community. A dinner will be held in honor of Oak Wreath recipients and a faculty member of their choosing who has positively influenced their college career on Tuesday, May 16th. In addition, Oak Wreath recipients will be honored individually at the Under the Oaks ceremony on Friday, May 19th.