President Michael A. Fitts delivers State of the University address
Lake and River, the first wave of Tulane’s transformative residence halls, opened in August. With classroom and gathering space for all students, these beautiful new residences will transform the Tulane experience through an innovative combination of living and learning opportunities on the uptown campus.
This fall, the Connolly Alexander Institute for Data Science (CAIDS) officially offers Tulane faculty and students programming to significantly increase Tulanians’ data fluency.
After the Tulane football team’s amazing Goodyear Cotton Bowl victory, the team’s winning ways spread throughout Tulane Athletics, creating a newfound fervor on campus.
Tulane baseball Coach Jay Uhlman has never been more pumped for a college baseball season.
In his annual address, Tulane President Michael A. Fitts declared Tulane stronger than ever, all thanks to a dedicated staff and the world-class faculty whose excellence contributed to an extraordinary year of achievement across campuses.
The 2023 President’s Convocation for New Students is the ceremonial welcome for new students and is the first of many beloved Tulane traditions.
The new minor will join other nationally recognized programs and centers at Tulane that are focused on water and coastal issues.
Even with a pediatric wheelchair, learning how to get around on wheels can be challenging for a child, especially one with cerebral palsy, spina bifida or a limb deficiency.
The Tulane University President’s Convocation for New Students is the ceremonial welcome for new students and is the first of many beloved Tulane traditions. President Michael A. Fitts welcomed the class of 2027 with music, cheers, and words of wisdom. Additional advice and encouragement was given by Provost Robin Forman and Newcomb-Tulane College Dean Mollye Demosthenidy.