The Compensation Administration function is responsible for administering the compensation and classification functions for the University. Tulane University has established a total compensation philosophy, which articulates the goals of its compensation program and the role each element plays in the attraction, retention, recognition and development of our employees.  Our total compensation program is intended to encourage employees to perform at the highest level by acquiring superior skills and competencies and in understanding the role of each individual employee in the University’s overall success.    

Contact the Compensation Team

        Job Description Analysis and Classification, Compensation Administration, Pay Grade/Range Questions,

Reclassification Requests and FLSA Determination 

Denise Cordova 504-314-2776 or Eva Morris 504-247-1714 

 Compensation Administration Assistance, H1-B Visa Actual Wage Determination 

Brandi Kuhn 504-865-5627



Helpful Links 

Compensation Resource Guide

Pay Grade Structure

Job Descriptions Resources 

FLSA 2016 Changes   

HCM Manager Self Service  - Tools and Resources



Compensation Project

Tulane has begun working with an external consultant to access the overall health of the compensation program and to determine whether or not changes should be made to our current compensation philosophy and strategy to ensure our continued success of attracting and retaining qualified talent. 

We will keep you updated on our progress.







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Annual Security and Fire Safety Report, and more information on the Jeanne Clery Act is available on the TUPD website.

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