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Tulane University

Tulane University

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Tulane University

A member of the ‘Southern Ivy League,’ Tulane University is a private research institution known for its high academic standards and rigorous core curriculum. While students are known for their propensity to revel in the lively city that surrounds them as well as in the ubiquitous Greek system, they are some of the country’s brightest, and find that Tulane’s academic standards challenge them to fulfill their potential. In August 2005, Hurricane Katrina ravaged the Gulf Coast and forced Tulane to close its doors for only the second time in its history. Students came back however, and continue to do so; a testament to the quality of the university and the resilience of the city. While Tulane is home to 10 schools and colleges, the university is unique in that all undergraduates are placed in Newcomb-Tulane College, which serves as an administrative center for all aspects of undergraduate life at Tulane.

 

Website http://tulane.edu
Admissions Phone 1-800-873-9283
Admissions Email undergrad.admission@tulane.edu
Codes SAT: 6832 ACT: 1616 FAFSA: 002029 CSS Profile: 6832
Location New Orleans, Louisiana; Major city, 4 miles from exciting and vibrant downtown New Orleans
College Type Private (nonprofit)
College Newspaper Tulane University
Enrollment ~6,000 undergraduate students
Popular Programs Business/Marketing, Biology, Psychology
Student Life In the heart of one of America’s favorite cities, Tulane offers students lots of social and cultural activities. Whether its listening to Jazz music on Bourbon street or joining in on Greek activities, students are known to enjoy their four years to the fullest. They take advantage of the vibrant cultural scene in New Orleans by going to its countless venues, galleries and museums. Students also participate in a range of groups, including The Jambalaya, the club that publishes the annual yearbook.
International ~<5% of undergrads; TOEFL: Recommended;  SAT or ACT: Recommended; Financial Aid Available
Transfer Yes, Fall,Spring; Minimum GPA: 2.50
Crossover Duke, Washington University, Emory, George Washington University
Other Selective (~25% admitted), Single Choice Early Action, Common Application

 

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