Tulane University of Louisiana

6823 St. Charles Avenue, New Orleans, LA

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Questions and Answers about Tulane University of Louisiana

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2 months ago
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Majors offered at Tulane University of Louisiana

Biggest majors
Finance and Financial Management Services
Health Professions and Related Clinical Sciences, Other

Academics at Tulane University of Louisiana

SAT Score Range
Required with application
ACT Score Range
Required with application
Student Faculty Ratio
8 to 1
Selective (17% Acceptance Rate)
School type
Non-profit Private 4-year institution

Tulane University of Louisiana demographics

60% White
8% Black
7% Hispanic
5% Asian
3% Multiracial
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Common careers for Tulane University of Louisiana students

Common Careers and Their Average Annual Salary

Executive Director77k
Project Manager, (Unspecified Type / General)76k
Human Resources (HR) Manager66k
Financial Analyst63k
Data Analyst61k
Account Manager57k
Architectural Designer49k
Based on 11,123 student responses
56.8kAvg. Early Career Pay
110.3kAvg. Mid-Career Pay
45%in High-Meaning careers
22%in STEM careers

Net price of attending Tulane University of Louisiana

Tulane University of Louisiana financial aid

Grants per year
Loans per year

Student reviews of Tulane University of Louisiana

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Recommended by

100% of students

Known for

Close to activities in a city
Good work-study options
Beautiful campus
Lots of interesting clubs and activities
Access to outdoor activities
Shreya Chawla



The city of New Orleans is honestly amazing, and Tulane has a variety of people. If you aren't hoping to be social, it isn't the place for you. Greek life is important to some people but not all, just find who you enjoy spending time with and be ready to eat some good food in the city (campus food isn't that great).

WHAT I didn’t LIKE

Campus food and hurricanes

Pragya Anur
American Sign Language (ASL)
Travel And Tourism
Foreign Languages
Philanthropy + 1 other



Tulane University was not my first choice school when I was applying to undergraduate programs. After I got in, I toured the campus and fell in love with the school because of how nice the people are and how beautiful the city of New Orleans is. I have loved my experience here overall and wish I could do it all again. New Orleans is the best city in the country to go to school in and I am going to miss it so much.

WHAT I didn’t LIKE

I think that some of the buildings on campus could use an upgrade, but it seems like they are working on improving those right now.

Lennard Buluran
Fashion + 5 others



Tulane University is a very challenging campus to live on as there is a constant demand of an individual to always be doing something, whether that be being studious or being social. There are good days and bad days, but never boring ones. The city is very beautiful and full of life, but I highly encourage prospective students to be more diligent in exploring it, because it is very easy to live in the Tulane bubble. Also, the lifestyle is very expensive.

WHAT I didn’t LIKE

Lack of diversity. Early general classes in the Math and Science departments are very difficult and not the best at providing a good transition between high school classes into college-level learning.

Leigh Miller



If you like to study hard and party harder Tulane is the perfect school for you. Expect to struggle to find the right balance between study and party because either you fail a class or you become a homebody, it'll take the first year but after that it's great.

WHAT I didn’t LIKE

The dining hall repeats the same options over and over again and the people at the school can be kind of catty. This place almost feels like high school if you hang out with the wrong people and don't escape the Tulane bubble.

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