New Orleans, LA
Tulane University of Louisiana


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Recent Reviews

Kit
What is your overall opinion of this school?

I hope everyone is safe and healthy during these extraordinary times. I am a graduating senior at Tulane University. Over th...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

I hope everyone is safe and healthy during these extraordinary times. I am a graduating senior at Tulane University. Over the course of this past year, as part of my entrepreneurship class, I have been working to develop a service that helps prospective and incoming students learn about why, specifically, they are a strong fit for Tulane University. We’ve all been through the process of touring and choosing colleges ourselves. And we know that colleges are increasingly supplying virtual resources for students to get to know their schools in the Age of Coronavirus. However, one perennial complaint many students have is that they don’t get to really talk to students LIKE THEMSELVES who chose Tulane for the same reasons they did. For example, they might be students passionate about public health and the soccer team. Or they might be community service focused students who are interested in serving the underprivileged of New Orleans while preparing for a career as a socially responsible entrepreneur. Through our platform, StuView, we are able to connect prospective Tulane students with students currently attending the university based on both parties’ academic, extracurricular, and social interests. Prospective students who are seriously considering Tulane can chat virtually with someone at the university who matches their interests and profile closely. With our diverse pool of 140+ Tulane student ambassadors, we are always able to identify a great match for every new StuView user. Once that match is made, we connect the two over a Zoom video-chat, so that the prospective student is able to receive an accurate and transparent view of what their life will be like at the university. Check out our website at: StuView.me In times like these, we want to help support our higher education community as much as possible. Thus, currently, we are not requiring our high school families to pay a dime to speak with Tulane students. Instead, our services are donation-based, and all proceeds will go towards supporting New Orleans charities and small businesses during the COVID nightmare. This, in turn, enables our team to collect data that will help us refine our offerings and expand our services to other higher education institutions around the nation. Again, we really hope this could be a value add to any student or parent considering Tulane. If you know anyone who could benefit from this service, please refer them to StuView.me. Through our platform, they will be able to easily schedule a Zoom call at any time that is convenient for them. The user will be prompted to fill out a survey about themselves so we can best match them with one of our 140+ ambassadors! Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions at all. We appreciate you!

Mia
What is your overall opinion of this school?

Tulane is a good school. Yes, it does indeed live up to the "party-scene" name; however, I don't think most people realize th...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

Tulane is a good school. Yes, it does indeed live up to the "party-scene" name; however, I don't think most people realize that we also take academics very seriously. We have a low acceptance rate for good reason- you have to study and keep up with work. That being said, there is a very good work hard-play hard balance. I'm very thankful for this school.

Olivia
What is your overall opinion of this school?

Tulane is a beautiful school and it is very in tune with New Orleans culture. There is a lot to experience here in New Orlean...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

Tulane is a beautiful school and it is very in tune with New Orleans culture. There is a lot to experience here in New Orleans and there is never a night where you cannot find something to do. If you are not into the partying scene, it may be a little harder to make friends, but the school is still academically worthwhile. There is also a college next door, Loyola, where you can make friends as well. We have full access to all of their facilities, so it is almost like attending two schools at once! I had a hard time adjusting to being surrounded by people who were very wealthy but there are a lot of options for on-campus jobs for those on scholarship. However, if you are not sure of your major, you may feel a little restricted here in options. Do your research! Overall, I do not regret my choice! I love Tulane and would definitely recommend the school to students pursuing certain majors.

Claire
What is your overall opinion of this school?

Tulane is for ugly guys and ugly girls that just want to party and fit in. They're smart, but don't want to work hard for any...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

Tulane is for ugly guys and ugly girls that just want to party and fit in. They're smart, but don't want to work hard for anything they want it handed to them.

Gaby
What is your overall opinion of this school?

I applied because of the amazing architecture program that was offered almost nowhere else. It was only of the only schools t...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

I applied because of the amazing architecture program that was offered almost nowhere else. It was only of the only schools that did not require a portfolio to apply. When I first saw the campus, it was beautiful the grounds are taken care of and the buildings are historic. There is a huge partying culture that I wasn't expecting to find but academics is balanced beautifully with the partying.

Talazia
What is your overall opinion of this school?

Overall, Tulane University is a good learning environment for college students. Although it can get hot and humid in New Orle...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

Overall, Tulane University is a good learning environment for college students. Although it can get hot and humid in New Orleans, the campus is beautiful and just the right size for walkers and bike-riders. The atmosphere is fun and easy going even during exam time because there are events to help students cope with the stress. I enjoyed my first year at Tulane and I look forward to the upcoming years.

Morgan
What is your overall opinion of this school?

I'm not sure there are words to express how greatly Tulane changed the course of my life both personally and professionally. ...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

I'm not sure there are words to express how greatly Tulane changed the course of my life both personally and professionally. I was challenged, encouraged, and then challenged some more. I had the time of my life while continuing to excel academically, as most of the students did. Tulane is not for the faint of heart! You truly learn to live life to the fullest and push yourself intellectually more than you thought possible. While sports are definitely there, there are a huge array of students studying and partaking in every activity and major you can think of. The gym is beyond amazing and I lived in the pool. Professors could always be found outside the classroom and I had many 'meetings' at local coffee houses; there is a casual air about the campus and the professors (although never mistake this for lessened expectations). Living in New Orleans is incredible: alligator cheesecake and beignets, streetcar rides down St. Charles Ave., karaoke on Bourbon Street, Mardi Gras parades, and jogs in Audubon Park. I lived off-campus and there are many neighborhoods right alongside campus where students live together in houses. I was a senior when Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans and I was forced to leave for a semester while the city rebuilt. I had the opportunity to go to another school for that semester but declined as I couldn't imagine graduating from anywhere else. The moment I saw the Super Dome from the highway as I drove back after the campus opened was like coming home again. Tulane becomes a part of you and what I learned and experienced during my time there has stayed with me and I know will stay with me forever.

cass
What is your overall opinion of this school?

I think the campus and nearby area is beautiful, however, sometimes the campus culture is not. It is not very racially divers...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

I think the campus and nearby area is beautiful, however, sometimes the campus culture is not. It is not very racially diverse, with over 70 percent of the student body being white. This means that the opinions that get voiced the most and are listened to are opinions that typically ignore students of color, which causes a very whitewashed atmosphere. The opportunities to get involved are very prevalent though, with a requirement that freshmen must be in two clubs at least. This is very good for keeping students involved and included in the school community.

Samantha
What is your overall opinion of this school?

Overall, Tulane is an amazing school for academics, especially liberal arts or business. Not so much for STEM majors though. ...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

Overall, Tulane is an amazing school for academics, especially liberal arts or business. Not so much for STEM majors though. There is an amazing emphasis on mental health, and the student body is extremely accomplished. People still are great at finding time to socialize though.

Marie
What is your overall opinion of this school?

When I visited Tulane University with my school, I was impressed by the campus and what it had to offer. The students seem to...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

When I visited Tulane University with my school, I was impressed by the campus and what it had to offer. The students seem to be very connected and have great relationships while still being a larger school. It is important to note that this is a huge party school but they do embrace it. There is a lot of encouragement to be social and connected in the community.

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  • Enrollment
  • 7,924
  • Tuition & Fees
  • $51,010
  • Acceptance rate
  • 26%

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