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Test your wits and your grace under pressure. Join us for a night at the Mortuary Mansion and find yourself at the center of a thrilling mystery unlike anything you have ever done before.

Bus Leaves Freret/McAlister at 6:30PM | Returns approximately 9PM

Looking to eat some tasty treats AND meet some new friends? Join Tulane After Dark for Snack & Chat: Speed Friending!

Come and volunteer with the GBC! Choose from three volunteer sites to work at and enjoy an after party bowling event with food and drinks for all volunteers. 

Once a month we gather with young adults from the BLOC at Celebration Church to worship God, learn the way of Jesus and enjoy new and old friendships.

Come learn more about what Newcomb Institute has to offer! Representatives from over twenty Newcomb student organizations will be present. There will also be opportunities to learn about programs like Newcomb Scholars and other ways to be involved with the Institute. First-year students are especially invited to attend, though all are welcome. 

Students and parents are invited to meet the staff and tour the new space of Newcomb Institute on the third floor of the Commons.

Welcome to our new home! Visit Newcomb Institute's new space on the third floor of the Commons to learn more about NI programs, meet our staff and tour our new office. Refreshments will be provided. 

A First Generation college student is defined as a student whose parent(s)/legal guardian(s) have not completed a bachelor's degree. If you are First Gen at Tulane University, you have many reasons to be proud. At the Center for Academic Equity, it is our job to empower first generation college students by connecting them to grants, academic resources, and opportunities.

Check out what is on exhibit and find out how students can get involved with the museum.

 

This session will help you explore the steps you can take now to maximize your undergraduate experiences in areas such as research, rigorous academic and extra-curricular experiences, and meaningful connections with faculty and scholars in your field of interest in order to be ready for graduate school. The session will also include an overview of graduate programs at Tulane. 

 

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