Tulane’s purpose is to create, communicate, and conserve knowledge in order to enrich the capacity of individuals, organizations, and communities to think, to learn, and to act and lead with integrity and wisdom
Since 1894, Tulane’s campus has been located in our current location in Uptown New Orleans, on historic St. Charles Avenue, across the street from the beautiful Audubon Park. Our campus has grown to occupy 110 acres stretching 1.5 miles. Our campus features over 110 buildings, including 50 buildings dedicated to housing our 75 plus majors and academic programs from our 5 undergraduate schools.
We maintain a global campus with our emphasis on cultivating an international and multicultural climate on campus and engaging the global community through our study abroad programs. More than 30% of Tulane students study abroad as undergraduate through one of our partner programs in another country.Our 8,000 undergraduate students also have over 250 on campus clubs and organizations ranging from international and intercultural groups, religious groups, and leadership organizations, to athletics, social groups, and musical performance organizations. These clubs allow students to continue their education outside the classroom and immerse themselves in the unique culture provided by Tulane and New Orleans.
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