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Academic Learning & Tutoring Center

The Academic Learning & Tutoring Center (ALTC) offers several services to support student success. We have trained peer tutors and writing coaches that hold online and in-person sessions. There are also trained SI Leaders, students who have done well in a class, who lead after-class group study sessions for many STEM courses. Be on the lookout for an announcement from your SI leader in class and on your course's Canvas page.

To make a writing or tutoring appointment, download the Penji app or go to and log in with your Tulane email address and password.

The ALTC is in the Howard-Tilton Memorial Library Suite B01. The ALTC also serves as a vibrant space, equipped with dry erase board tables and a reservable podcast studio. Students can contact us at or 504-314-7949.


Newcomb Art Museum

Exhibitions: January 19 - June 1, 2024

Legacy Traces: Recent Additions to the Museum Collection

Victory Workers

William Edmondson: A Monumental Vision

This Spring, Newcomb Art Museum presents three distinct exhibitions. Each is independent, representing different themes that are carefully considered in relation to the museum’s mission to build upon its institutional legacy and highlight contributions of artists of the American South to the fields of art, craft, and design.

Legacy Traces: Recent Additions to the Museum Collection marks the campus debut of twenty-one works and considers how the museum’s acquisition practices have evolved in step with the institution’s growth and global trends in art. Victory Workers foregrounds representations of African American labor by artists of the twentieth century to reveal the contributions of under-recognized workers who serve within and beyond their respective communities. The traveling exhibition William Edmondson: A Monumental Vision offers an opportunity to engage the work of the renowned, twentieth century visionary artist and folk sculptor with an emphasis on the complex relationship between Black cultural production and American museums.

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Academic Equity

The center’s staff, its campus partners, and foundational partners offer additional mentorship and support to help you prepare the academic, social, and professional skills needed to thrive on campus and beyond.

Join us for First Gen Fridays where we celebrate first-gen students. First-Gen Fridays is a monthly event series where we bring first-gen students together for free food and resources to help build a sense of community and a network of support for our first-generation college students. This event happens one Friday each month. Visit our website or WaveSync page for the dates and times for this semester’s First-Gen Friday offerings.

Equity Thursdays is a weekly conversation and lunch series hosted by the Center for Academic Equity (provided free of charge)! We offer workshops, presentations, and discussions led by members of the Tulane community and guests from the GNO area. Come for the free lunch from local vendors and stay for the information. Equity Thursday takes place in Richardson Building 115 every Thursday at 12:30pm. Follow CAE on Instagram (tulanecae) and WaveSync for updates about our weekly guests."

The Center for Global Education

Study Abroad 101/202/303: The Why, The How, and The What Now? Every Tuesday through the semester we will present a targeted info session for students interested in study abroad. For our full schedule and exact times, please visit our WaveSync page.

Study Abroad 101: Why Study Abroad? - These sessions are similar to our orientation sessions and are aimed at first-year students who might want to study abroad or just want to learn more about our office

Study Abroad 202: How do I Study Abroad? - Meant for students getting ready to apply for a summer or semester, these sessions review the application process, finances, requirements, and more! We will occasionally collaborate with different academic departments for tailored sessions.

Study Abroad 303: What Now? - Meant for returnees, this info session will be a place to connect with other returned students, but also discuss the course equivalency process, timeline for grades posting, how to stay involved, and how to make study abroad a long-term career gain.

Newcomb Institute

Spring Grant Opportunities: Newcomb is offering grants for the fall to students seeking to engage in independent research, conference presentations/attendance, and/or community engagement with a gender focus.

Public Leadership Education Network (PLEN) Seminar Grants: Newcomb pays for students to attend these seminars in Washington D.C., where they receive training for leadership in the public policy arena.

January 24, 2024: Conceiving Equity 2024 - Diboll Gallery, Commons
6:00 - 7:00 pm: Reception and exhibit of poster presentations by Newcomb Institute's Reproductive Rights and Reproductive Health inters, as well as advocacy activities provided by Tulane's many reproductive rights/health/justice student organizations.

7:00 - 8:00 pm: Annual Roe v Wade lecture delivered by Yasmin Lopez, CODMICA, "Territory and Body - Women Leading the Fight for Reproductive Rights in Latin America


A fellowship is a funding opportunity made available to their recipients to pursue:

  • A degree program at the undergraduate or postgraduate level
  • Independent research activities
  • Experiential learning projects such as public service or teaching


So why apply? Receiving a fellowship brings recognition that opens doors and helps advance your career. Regardless of results, you will emerge from the process having developed effective communication skills and having acquired direction and vision to a valid and attainable future.

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Student Success Coaching

Committed to supporting you in your personal and academic success as you advance through your Tulane career. We offer:

  • Goalsetting support by providing students with questions, observations, feedback, encouragement, support, and accountability.
  • Academic support by exploring new study skills, approaches and techniques.
  • Guided exploration in navigating Tulane resources.

Schedule some time with one of our success coaches.

Upcoming Exhibits: The Newcomb Art Museum

Spring 2024 Programs

Thursday, January 18. 5:30 – 8:00 PM
Opening Reception & Talk
Join us as we celebrate the opening of our three Spring exhibitions! The museum opens at 5pm for a preview, followed by a public talk at 6pm on William Edmondson by scholar Jennifer Marshall, PhD. Refreshments will be served following the talk.

Thursday, February 29. 6:00 PM
Victory Workers Curator and Archivist Discussion
Exhibition curator Kendyll S. Gross will be in conversation with the Amistad Research Center and Xavier University of Louisiana’s Library Archives and Collections teams. They’ll discuss their respective collections and how they work to make them available to the public. The museum will be open late from 5:00 to 6:00pm in advance of this special program.

Tuesday, March 12. 6:00 PM
Donté K. Hayes: Future Artifacts

Donté K. Hayes, a featured artist in Legacy Traces, will discuss his practice as a ceramicist. The artist states, “Artifacts are a tangible history which have the capacity to retain, transform, destroy, erase and evoke lost knowledge.” The museum will be open late from 5:00 to 6:00pm in advance of this special program.

Saturday, May 11, 12pm – 3pm
Crescent City Clay Connection

Newcomb Art Museum and Tulane’s Ceramics department is bringing together New Orleans based ceramicists. This is an opportunity to highlight the Crescent City’s clay culture. Come mingle and look at beautiful ceramic art! Light refreshments will be served.

Gathering Space
Throughout the Spring, one gallery will be used as a gathering space. We encourage visitors to use this space in a way that is meaningful to their visit, including for club meetings. We also welcome ideas for how it could be used, so please reach out to to discuss!

Academic Integrity

Honor Board: Join the Honor Board, a select group of students and faculty who consider evidence, determine responsibility and recommend sanctions for reports of violations of the Code of Academic Conduct. Learn more about the Honor Board or complete the Honor Board Application.

Calling All Sophomores

Sophomore Week: April 8 - 12, 2024
A week of special events and pop-ups taking place in April that recognize you, our sophomores, and your achievements as you move halfway to graduation!

HalfWAVE There Pinning Celebration: April 10, 2024
Celebrate your major declaration and the culmination of the first half of your undergraduate experience at this sophomore tradition! In addition to reveling in your academic achievements, you’ll receive your first piece of graduation regalia and participate in the sophomore toast with Newcomb-Tulane College Dean Mollye Demosthenidy.

Academic Enrichment

Grants: the NTC-OAE awards up to $100,000 annually to support undergraduate research, conference travel, internships, and special projects. Schedule an appointment with a grant advisor or come to one of our grant info sessions found in WaveSync. Visit our Grants FAQs to learn more. Still have questions, you can email us at

Money Matters TU

Providing Tulane students with the knowledge and skills needed to make smart decisions regarding their finances. Money Matters TU is a two-part program consists of monthly workshops and CashCourse, a free online learning platform that teaches students important concepts related to financial literacy and wellness.

February 2024 – Financial Aid Awareness Month

  • How to Find Outside Scholarships (virtual workshop)
  • 2024-2025 FAFSA Completion workshops
  • Donut Miss Out on the Dough (tabling event, location TBA)

April 2024 - Financial Literacy Month

  • Budgeting & Money Mindfulness (virtual workshop)
  • Saving & Investing for Students (virtual workshop)
  • Credit 101 for Students (virtual workshop)
  • Taxes 101 for Students (virtual workshop)
  • Financial Literacy 101 for sophomore week. (in-person workshop)

Specific details of each event will be available on the events page of the Financial Aid Office website online at soon. Contact for more information.

Office of Undergraduate Research

Find research opportunities, get funded, and publish your work. Contact to learn more.

Senior Honors Thesis: The Honors Thesis is a two-semester independent academic project under the direction of faculty worth a total of 7 credit hours. It allows students to explore a question, test a hypothesis, or create a work of art, ultimately contributing original scholarship to the field in which the thesis is written. It provides an unparalleled opportunity for students to address questions that contribute to our local, national, and global communities from a range of disciplinary perspectives. Schedule an appointment for Honors Thesis advising.

Academic Advising

We are your partners in your academic journey. You can connect with us to discuss a variety of topics including class schedules, majors, and pre-professional pathways. We provide a wealth of resources to help find the answers you need. Whether you want to explore a major or you're ready to declare, we're here to help. 

Wave of Support

Helping you stay afloat.

Wave of Support is a campus-wide, collaborative program that supports students’ mental and emotional health at Tulane University. The Wave of Support brings together the programs and services of the many existing student support offices on campus with the goal of building a healthier campus by enhancing the holistic experience of our students in the realm of wellbeing. Check out Wave of Support’s various programming opportunities to get involved or contact Samantha Bruce for more information.

Career Services

Newcomb-Tulane College Career Services empowers students to translate their lived experience and academic knowledge to their post-Tulane future through advocacy, action, and connections.

Connect with NTC’s career coaching team and begin developing your personalized career plan, or take our 1-credit career course, Career Development (CRDV 1060 & 1070). We can help you explore your individual strengths, create strategies for finding jobs or internships, tackle the job search process, and connect you with alumni and mentors in the industries you're most interested in. Meet with a Career Peer Advisor in the 1st floor of Mussafer Hall for drop-in hours.

See our upcoming events including:

  • Career Corner tabling events in the Pedersen Lobby in the LBC from 11am to 1pm on 1/23, 2/20, 3/19 and 4/23.
  • Career Chat Virtual Series on 2/7, 3/6, 3/20, 4/3, and 4/24.
  • Employers on campus this semester include Goldman Sachs, Blue Cross Blue Shield, and Brainlab. See events for full list.

College Scholars

The College Scholars program serves intellectually curious students looking to expand their academic horizons and build community with faculty and likeminded peers. Participants join Faculty Principal-led small group cohorts that focus on big questions and essential problems to solve. Though all College Scholars cohorts are designed to foster our three tenets of intellectual, social, and civic development, each group has a specific focus area aligned to faculty expertise and student interests.  

The 2024-25 College Scholars application is open until February 26, 2024. Applicants must be first-year students with a 3.4 or higher cumulative GPA to be considered for admission.

Submit your application today to be considered for College Scholars.

The Research Network

The Research Network: The Research Network is a searchable database encouraging undergraduate involvement in the Newcomb-Tulane College research and creative community. Faculty members post current research assistantships that are available in their offices, and students can use the network to find and apply to the projects that interest them.