Each year approximately 175 transfer students join the Tulane community in the fall and spring semesters. While academic requirements are largely the same for all students, some questions will arise specifically for transfer students. Review the general incoming student guide for more information about your first year.
Find out more about applying to Tulane and the admissions process as a transfer student.
Whether you want to explore a major or you're ready to declare a major, we're here to help.
The NTC Core Curriculum allows students to explore a wide-range of disciplines by allowing students to have flexibility in their core curriculum while exploring a full range of courses.
The core curriculum, which is composed of a minimum of 30 credits, is divided into two parts: proficiency requirements and a distribution of knowledge. Writing Skills, Formal Reasoning, and Foreign Language proficiency are included in the Proficiency Requirements to ensure the attainment of proficiency in key skills before graduation. A range of distribution areas from Math and Natural Sciences to Aesthetics and the Creative Arts allow you to experience courses across a wide range of disciplines to ensure breadth and depth prior to graduation.
To learn more about the language placement process, please click the button below to navigate to the appropriate page on the Language Learning Center website.
Newcomb-Tulane College has over 30 advisors to assist all our students with academic planning. Transfer students, student athletes and pre-professional students have specific advisors ready to help with your unique requirements. When you are ready to declare a major you'll need to meet with a faculty member or departmental advisor as part of the process. You'll continue to work with your major advisors and your NTC advisor to ensure you're making progress in your Newcomb-Tulane College degree.
For all students - Shelby Wood firstname.lastname@example.org
For questions specific to transfer admissions - Transfer Student Admissions Counselor: Kristin Guidry, email@example.com
Newcomb-Tulane College is the home of the undergraduate academic experience and we are here to support you throughout your time at Tulane. If you're struggling to adjust to college life, planning your study schedule or a range of other personal and academic concerns - seek out our Success Coaches or Peer Success Leaders. Struggling in a particularly tough class? The Academic Learning and Tutoring Center is available for peer to peer tutoring as well as services offered through the Writing Center and Math Center. The Center for Academic Equity helps ensure students in LGBTQ+, DACA, undocumented, first-generation college, Black, Indigenous, and people of color communities have the tools to thrive and flourish academically.