Tulane University

New Orleans, Louisiana
tulane.edu 6823 St. Charles Avenue, New Orleans, LA, 70118

Tulane University Admissions

Acceptance Rate 10%
Acceptance Deadline January 15

Tulane University Cost

Average Cost* $40,940
Average Total Aid Awarded $6,882
Students Receiving Financial Aid 31%
*Average cost after financial aid for students receiving grant or scholarship aid, as reported by the college.

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Tulane University Academics

Student Faculty Ratio 8:1

Tulane University Majors

Most Popular Majors
  • Finance
  • Business
  • Marketing
  • Health Professions
  • Economics
  • Psychology
  • Neuroscience and Neurobiology
  • Political Science and Government
  • Communications
  • English

Tulane University Online

Offers Online Courses Yes

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Tulane University Students

Full-Time Undergrad Enrollment 7,780
Part-Time Undergraduates 1,022

Tulane University Advisors

University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill

Hello! My name is Sydney, and I am a proud Midwest native, first-generation college student, and Tar Heel! I received a B.S. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a Master of Environmental Management (MEM) from Duke University. As a high school senior, I was accepted into all 13 schools I applied to and I earned over $1.7 million in college scholarships, including the prestigious national Gates Millennium Scholarship and Morehead-Cain Scholarship at UNC. Along with being a Senior Advisor with CollegeAdvisor.com, I am also a Webinar Moderator. I used my undergraduate experience as a time to explore different subject areas. I entered college with the hopes of attending veterinary school, so I am familiar with pre-health tracks and requirements. During a required introductory computer science class, I fell in love with programming and ended up pursuing a minor in Computer Science and working as a Teaching Assistant for several semesters. I also earned a minor in Education because of my passion for educational equity and access. Outside of my academics, I played club rugby and acted in Company Carolina productions. After graduating in December 2020, I applied to a variety of marine and environmental science graduate programs at schools like Scripps Institute of Oceanography at UC San Diego, UC Santa Barbara, and University of Miami. I ultimately decided to go back to North Carolina where I pursued a Master of Environmental Science with a specialization in Coastal Environmental Management at the Duke University Marine Lab. My Master's Project compiled community art projects and individuals' creative representations of the word "entanglement" for a digital zine. I also have experience with research, as I have traveled to places like the Galapagos and Australia to work in the field on a range of research projects. Currently, I have a science communications fellowship with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). I am excited to work alongside students to showcase their authentic self to colleges and can't wait to see all of the amazing schools they are accepted to!

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Tufts University

Hi my name is Maxx and I am a Senior Advisor based in the great city of New York! My love of teaching and experience in college admission stems from a lifelong passion to support students in realizing their educational goals. Growing up I attended Greenwich Academy, an intensive college preparatory school. There I gained a comprehensive experience in the college process that serves as the foundation for my admission work. I hold both a B.A. and B.S. from Tufts University in Spanish and Biopsychology respectively. While at Tufts I was involved in a myriad of activities including an outdoors club, a GOTV political organization, greek life, a comedy troupe, and a writing group. This breadth of experience gives me a unique insight into the different facets of campus life as well as the curricular demands for both STEM and Arts and Language majors. After graduation, I worked in the development and admissions office of University of the People, an education non-profit with over 100,000 students that focuses on accessibility to higher education. In addition to my grant writing work, I assisted students in navigating the admission process to schools such as NYU, LIU, McGill, Effat University, and Edinburgh University. My strength as a writer and work in psychology helped students find and bring unique voices to paper. It also gave me exposure and familiarity with international schools and international students. By nature, I am an outgoing, fun and passionate individual. I bring the whole of myself and my expertise to students. While this process can be at times overwhelming and intimidating, I am here to help empower students to take the driver's seat. Together we will delve deep to discover who they are and what they want from their college experiences. Through this process, I help their confidence and unique experiences shine both in and out of their application

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Syracuse University

Hello! I am Linda Ayala, and I am excited to work with y'all! I graduated from Syracuse University with a B.A. in Sociology and Policy Studies in 2016. I have worked with public, charter and private schools for the past 4 years to guide mainly first-generation students through the college application process.

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I am a current senior at Dartmouth College and will be graduating in June of 2024 with a B.S. in Neuroscience and a double minor in Global Health in Anthropology and Human Biology in the pre-medical track. I am also a proud QuestBridge Scholar and Hispanic Scholarship Fund Scholar, both amazing programs that have guided, supported, and funded my undergraduate experience. In addition, in July of 2024, I will be starting medical school at Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth as an early assurance MD candidate. Consequently, I have plenty of tips and hidden knowledge to share with anybody interested in these highly selective programs and scholarships, as well as the pre-health track, and would love to connect with anybody interested in exploring these opportunities and/or paths! In terms of my advising and mentorship experience, I began tutoring for regular subjects in early high school and later, during the latter half of my junior year, I tutored for the ACT and SAT. Today, I continue this work, but have also been working as a college counselor since June of 2020. Through my 5+ years of experience, I have learned to form close connections with my students as a student myself, meeting them where they are while guiding and supporting them through their college-preparation and application processes. In the past 3 years, I have worked with over 15 students in their college application process, all of which have received at least 3 college acceptances and most of which have been accepted into some of the most competitive colleges and universities in the country. While some of these students have been interested in the pre-health track, I have also worked with various students interested in law, engineering, computer science, humanities, performing arts, aviation, finance, business and entrepreneurship, and psychology. This has offered me the opportunity to become familiar with different colleges that have specialized programs as well as unique scholarships that students interested in certain academic areas can take advantage of! With my years of experience in the field in addition to my personal successes, I am knowledgeable of the curricular demands and extracurricular expectations of various disciplines. Furthermore, I have also had the privilege of working with 2 international students! Working with them helped me grasp the perspective of applying to college in the US as an international student, considering the financial, academic, lingual, and sociocultural challenges that come with being a foreigner. All in all, I am extremely passionate about mentoring and advising students who are going through what can be a very overwhelming and challenging process. I love listening to stories, asking inquisitive questions, giving constructive feedback, and forming close relationships with those I work with. Working hand in hand with both the students and their families, I hope to serve as a good resource that can answer questions, settle uncertainties, and find solutions. With these and the many more tools I have put under my belt, I help students figure out how to best express their goals based on their interests, talents, and values and guide them in effectively sharing their story - their who and why - to curate a wholesome and impressive application.

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