The below organizations are advised by the Office of Multicultural Affairs or LGBTQ Student Life. All student organizations are open to ANY interested student.
- Asian American Students United (AASU)
Dedicated to raising awareness of the many Asian cultures and strengthening the Asian communities at Tulane and throughout New Orleans
- Indian Association of Tulane University (IATU)
Spreading the culture, traditions, and arts of India at Tulane University
- Generating Excellence Now & Tomorrow in Education (GENTE)
Encapsulating the multitude of ways that Latinos/Hispanics/Iberian Descendants etc. identify themselves, we try to create a welcoming environment both socially and academically.
- Men of Color (MOC)
Dedicated to improving the experiences of African-American men at Tulane University
- Queer Student Association (QSA)
Formerly known as MOSAIC, the LGBTQA student organization seeks to improve the lives of LGBTQ students on campus.
- Student Women Embracing Equality at Tulane (SWEET)
SWEET is Tulane's club for lesbian, bisexual, queer, questioning, and trans women. It's a safe place for queer women to meet and discuss issues, plan fun social and fundraising activities, and volunteer at events to give back to the New Orleans' LGBTQ community. Loyola students are also welcome.
- Muslim Students Association (MSA)
MSA seeks to gather Muslim students in a variety of religious, social, and educational events, as well as to serve the student body and community at large. Our major events are: providing Iftaar dinners during Ramadaan, lunch meetings to educate the student body about Islam and its relevance to medicine, and an annual “Fast-a-thon” charity drive and banquet.
- Tulane African Students Association (TASA)
Dedicated to spreading the culture and traditions of the many African cultures represented at Tulane.
- Tulane Black Student Union (tBSU)
Established in 1969, the purpose is to serve the needs of the African-American population of Tulane.
- Tulane Chinese Student Association (TCSA)
Opening a channel of communication for members (mostly Taiwanese), as well as play a meaningful and visible role among other organizations and clubs at Tulane
- Tulane Chinese Students & Scholars Association (TCSSA)
Dedicated to broadening communication between the Tulane Chinese community and various other cultural, academic and professional communities in the greater New Orleans area
- Tulane University Vietnamese Association (TUVA)
Committed to exposing and promoting the rich Vietnamese culture to the diverse community of Tulane
- French Club
- Turkish Club
- Greek Organizations (selective)
- Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.
- Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.
- Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.
- Delta Xi Nu Multicultural Sorority, Inc.
- Minority Association of Pre-Med Students (MAPS)
- National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE)
- Finding Intersectionality Together (FIT)
- Hallyu Youth Emotional Dance
Other Organizations You May Enjoy
- Community Action Council of Tulane University Students (CACTUS)
CACTUS is the oldest and largest student-led community service organization at Tulane. It provides community assistance to a wide variety of individuals and organizations.
- Students Organized Against Racism (SOAR)
SOAR is a multiracial, multicultural organization dedicated to antiracist organizing at an individual, institutional and cultural level.
Graduate and Professional Student Organizations
- Black MBA Association
The Black MBA Association facilitates awareness and learning of issues affecting minorities in business and academia. Membership is open to MBA, Master of Accounting, Master of Finance, Ph.D., and undergraduate students.
- National Association of Women MBAs
The purpose of Tulane's chapter of NAWMBA is to enhance the experience of women in the MBA program, to increase the number of women in the Freeman School, to promote women in business through community, educational, and service projects, to develop women as leaders, to build a strong network of MBAs, to participate in the national conference, and to support the goals of NAWMBA.
- Tulane International Business Society (TIBS)
TIBS brings together students and faculty interested in the international business arena. The organization hosts speakers from around the world to present current international business topics. TIBS organizes business debates and sponsors an annual International Dinner.
- Asian Pacific American Law Society
The Asian-Pacific-American Law Students Association (APALSA) represents the interests of Asian law students. It provides opportunities for members to learn more about Asian-American leaders, attorneys, judges, and law school organizations. APALSA members have participated in a variety of regional moot court competitions and national conferences.
- Black Law Student Association (BLSA)
The BLSA Tulane Chapter promotes the needs and goals of black law students and effectuates change in the legal community. BLSA provides leadership opportunities and support activities for its members, collaborates with other student groups, and sponsors educational, political, and community service activities for the larger Tulane Law School community.
- Christian Legal Society (CLS)
The CLS mission is "To be the national grassroots network of lawyers and law students, committed to proclaiming, loving and serving Jesus Christ, through all we do and say in the practice of law, and advocating biblical conflict reconciliation, public justice, religious freedom and the sanctity of human life."
- Italian-American Law Student Association
Tulane Italian-American Law Student Association is an organization serving students interested in the Italian-American legal community. The association promotes Italian culture, provides national networking opportunities with Italian-American judges and lawyers, opens doors to summer internships and clerkships in Italy, and sponsors numerous social events with an Italian theme. The Tulane Italian-American Law Student Association is open to all students with an interest in Italian culture.
- Jewish Law Society (JLSA)
JLSA assists students with access to the many facets of Jewish culture available at Tulane and in New Orleans. The Association sponsors speakers and forums on a wide range of topics throughout the year. JLSA also sponsors social functions, Graduate Shabbat dinners, Jewish holiday meals, and group meetings and serves as liaison to the New Orleans Hillel.
- La Alianza del Derecho
La Alianza del Derecho is the Latino Interest Legal Alliance at Tulane Law School. It promotes networking and professional development among the Hispanic law students at Tulane and with Hispanic attorneys in the US and Latin America. La Alianza works with Hispanic students to enhance academic performance, to provide career opportunities, and to provide a forum for Latino interest. It sponsors educational programs and is involved in community service projects with Latinos in the New Orleans community.
- Lambda Law Alliance
The Lambda Law Alliance addresses gay, lesbian, and bisexual issues in the Tulane Law School community through panel discussions, social events, political activism, and participation in national AIDS walks. Membership is open to all law students.
- Law Women's Association
Tulane Law Women's Association (Law Women) is an organization committed to examining and discussing issues affecting women in both substantive areas of the law and in the legal profession. Law Women sponsors speakers, panel discussions and workshops which focus on the nexus of gender and the law. Law Women is open to all Tulane Law School students.
- Jewish Medical Students Organization (JMSO)
JMSO provides an outlet for Jewish medical students and increases Jewish awareness in the Tulane medical community. We plan activities of an educational, social and political nature. We are open-minded and continually looking for new members and new ideas. The club is open to everyone in the Tulane medical community.
- Latin American Medical Student Association (LAMSA)
LAMSA's mission is to unite Tulane medical students and connect them with the resources to address the needs of the Latin-American community, and to meet those needs through service activities.
- Society of Young Black Health Professionals
The Society of Young Black Health professionals or "The Society" is dedicated to raising awareness for pertinent health issues affecting minorities on both a global and community level. The Society maintains a professional network for all members, alumni and faculty to foster a positive image of the Tulane community through outreach projects, fundraising, attendance at national health conferences, and volunteerism.
- Student National Medical Association (SNMA)
SNMA appeals to students and professionals from many different cultures that bring a global perspective to the healthcare issues addressed within the organization. Our hope is to make a difference in health and medical issues in underserved populations. Members are involved in premedical recruitment, community outreach, and public health education.
- Tulane's Asian American Medical Student Association (TAMSA)
Tulane Asian Medical Student Association is a organization devoted to spreading awareness and visibility of Asian American culture at Tulane University School of Medicine, with the goals of increasing the diversity of experiences of medical students.
- Tulane Christian Medical Association
The Tulane Christian Medical Association is the local chapter of the national Christian Medical and Dental Association. It is our goal to motivate, educate, and equip Christian medical students to gain mutual strength, skills, and encouragement to integrate the Christian faith into our practice.
- Tulane Organization for Gays and Allies
Our mission is three-fold: to educate the greater Tulane medical community on health issues that pertain to GLBT patients and health care providers, to promote health in the GLBT community of New Orleans, and to provide a support network for GLBT medical students. We strive to provide an open, welcoming and gay-friendly environment at our medical school and to forge meaningful relationships among the student body.
- Association of Black Social Workers