The Center for Engaged Learning and Teaching (CELT) fosters the transformation of the university community into creative, inquisitive, ethical, and responsible scholars and citizens of the world.
Strategic advocacy on behalf of Tulane University’s underrepresented faculty and staff community. These underrepresented groups include an alliance of members and allies of diverse social identity groups of the Tulane community including Asian, Latino, African American, Multi-Ethnic, and LGBTIQ faculty and staff.
As New Orleans' largest private employer, Tulane is a vital part of the economic engine and cultural fabric of this region. Our staff and faculty are also leaders in their communities. They are musicians, athletes, preachers, activists, storytellers, and Big Chiefs. The resources, benefits, and opportunities of working at Tulane enrich the lives of our employees and their families. “A sense of pride” ...“Purpose”… "Rewarding”… Employees share what it's like to work at Tulane.
The Center for Public Service at Tulane University was established in 2006 as part of the University’s Renewal Plan, instituted after Hurricane Katrina. The Center supports a University curriculum and research agenda by uniting academics and action, classroom and communities through which students, faculty, and community partners dedicate themselves to the transformation of civic life.
Housed in Newcomb/Tulane College, the Center for Academic Equity serves all self-identified underrepresented or non-traditional students. These communities include, but are not exclusive to, students of color, LGBTQ and first generation college scholars’ cohorts. Students from these communities bring to the Tulane University student body, leadership, experiential wisdom, academic excellence, life skills, and important cultural and social perspectives. They drive Tulane University to fulfill its mission as an inclusive, multicultural, academically rich research institution.
The Tulane School of Professional Advancement (SoPA), offers you a potentially life-changing opportunity to further develop your abilities and position yourself for career advancement. Formerly known as the Tulane School of Continuing Studies, SoPA's new name reflects our focus on educating working adults and offering applied learning programs that incorporate both industry-relevant knowledge and a grounding in the liberal arts. Request information about our undergraduate and graduate degrees and certificates offered online and at our campuses in New Orleans and Biloxi.
The Well provides comprehensive health promotion services to students.
The Office of the General Counsel provides legal services to Tulane University in a variety of areas. In addition, the Office of the General Counsel provides legal advice and assistance to help the University achieve its mission as a leading institution of higher education.
The Goldman Center for Student Accessibility is committed to providing equal access and a friendly environment for all who study and work at Tulane University.
Newcomb College’s mission is to educate women for leadership, we aim to connect the research, teaching, and community service missions of Tulane University.
Tulane Law School is proud of its diverse student body. It has become, and will continue to be, one of the most diverse law schools in the country in terms of geography, ideology, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, and other qualities. Students, faculty, and staff from broad backgrounds create an atmosphere at the Law School where every individual is welcomed, supported, and encouraged to succeed.
The Staff Advisory Council is a staff-elected body of representatives serving Tulane's numerous campuses and satellites. The council coordinates staff comments and suggestions to the University Senate and the various subcommittees. We offer staff perspectives on university-wide policies, budgets, future plans and proposals.
The O, serves as the hub of diverse cultural, social, and intellectual life at Tulane University. It is their mission to foster an open and vibrant learning environment that welcomes, respects, and appreciates the histories, traditions, and cultures of traditionally underrepresented student populations.
The mission of the Office for Gender and Sexual Diversity (OGSD) is to strengthen and enhance diversity at Tulane University. OGSD works with all members of Tulane University to ensure a climate of respect, understanding, and appreciation for gender and sexual diversity.
There are three types of workshops throughout the year for faculty, staff and students at The Office of Gender and Sexual Diversity:
- Safe Zone: LGBTQ+ 101 Ally Workshop
- Transgender 101 Ally Workshop
- Facilitator Workshop
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The Tulane University Police Department is a full-service law enforcement agency that provides police services to the Uptown Campus, the Downtown Medical Center Campus, and the National Primate Research Center located in Covington.
The University Senate is Tulane's senior internal governance body. It consists of elected faculty representatives from the academic divisions, senior administrators, student and staff representatives, and at-large members elected from a slate nominated by the Senate Committee on Committees. The Senate is chaired by the President of the University. Its purview consists of all matters of general University concern, especially those which affect at least two academic divisions.