Under The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act, more commonly known as FERPA, universities are unable to disclose specific educational information without the release of information from the student. Full details regarding Tulane and adherence to FERPA can be found here.
As mentioned above, under federal law, we are prohibited from discussing specific academic information unless we have a release of information form signed by the student. Without this document, we can only discuss general university policies and procedures. You may download a copy of our Release of Information Form here.
Funding a college education can be a confusing subject. Fortunately our Office of Financial Aid is here to help answer any questions you may have about grants, scholarships, and loans to help fund your student's education. For information and ways to contact our Office of Financial Aid, please look here. To identify your student’s assigned Financial Aid Counselor, click here.
The Registrar's Office maintains the academic policies for the university. We have listed some of the related College policies here and linked to the full catalog.
Newcomb-Tulane College’s general education curriculum was designed to develop information literacy, critical thinking, and personal and social responsibility. You'll need to take a minimum of 30 credits in addition to your major requirements.
The online degree audit is a valuable tool to keep track of your degree requirements and plan for future coursework.
We have converted most of our forms to be filled out and signed digitally. If you know what form you need check here.
The Registrar's Office sets the schedule of classes in collaboration with the five schools. Review the schedule and see what classes are available before meeting with your advisor each semester.
Do you have transfer credit in the form of Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate Credit, or Cambridge A-Level exams? This chart will help you to see what course credit you'll receive for your grades.