Residential Living Environments


Residential Learning Communities (RLC)

Residential Learning Communities bring faculty and students together in meaningful ways so that residents can more easily establish both academic and social support networks inside and outside of the classroom. Tulane Residential Learning Communities are exciting living spaces that encourage students to exchange, challenge, question, and develop ideas. Being a part of a Residential Learning Community is a unique experience that promotes intellectual development and ultimately challenges students to define themselves as learners and members of a community. At Tulane, RLCs form from a partnership between the Department of Housing and Residence Life and another organization, center or academic department on campus.


To learn more about our Residential Learning Communities, click here.


Gender Inclusive Housing (GIH)

Housing and Residence Life is committed to working with all students to meet their housing needs in an environment that values diversity and promotes the dignity of all people. This allows undergraduate students of any gender the option of living with other students regardless of their gender. 

As an option in the housing application, students may indicate their interest in living in gender inclusive housing as well as search for roommates and suitemates regardless of their gender. Student are not assigned to gender inclusive housing unless they indicate an interest in the housing application.

Contact Housing and Residence Life


Maintenance Request
Housing Portal
Housing and Residence Life

Housing and Residence Life, Tulane University, New Orleans, LA 70118 (504) 865-5724