Admission of a dependent to the Tulane University Undergraduate Program, the School of Professional Advancement, or the Tuition Exchange is NOT an automatic benefit of employment at Tulane University. Please see the presentation above and contact the appropriate department to understand the requirements for admission.
If your dependent is considering applying to the Undergraduate Program, please follow the tips below from the Director of Admissions, Jeff Schiffman.
• Don’t phone in this application!
• Consider a formal campus visit/Admission tour.
• Apply early (Early Decision or Early Action).
• Take advantage of an alumni interview.
• Prepare and take the SAT and ACT multiple times by October of senior year.
• Thoroughly complete the application for admission (optional statement, activities) .
• Maintain contact with New Orleans/Tulane Dependent Admission Counselor .
• Read the blog – lots of great tips on there.
The tuition waiver benefit can be used for study abroad when the student goes on a Tulane program.
No, there is no limit on number of semesters for undergraduate courses.
Not necessarily. The exchange refers to an overall number of import students versus export students. We are not required to have an exchange with a specific member school in order for a scholarship to be offered. However, the school of interest may include that criteria as part of their own policy for scholarship selection.
Yes, all final admission notifications are made by April 1 regarding applications for full-time study at NTC. The SoPA deadline is typically in early August.
Thank you to all of the presenters who made this event possible. SAC will gather the questions that people have for the presenters and include in the FAQ section above. If you have questions related to the presentation, consult the appropriate contact below.