If you’re taking classes in the summer, Tulane Summer School is your academic home. The Summer School Office is located in Robert C. Cudd Hall and provides academic services for all summer students. Cudd Hall also houses Newcomb-Tulane College, Tulane’s undergraduate college, and the Office of the Dean. We offer courses and programs in five undergraduate schools.
Code of Academic Conduct
Like all Tulane students, students admitted to Summer School are expected to follow the Code of Academic Conduct. This code applies to all undergraduate students, full-time and part-time, in Tulane University. As part of the Tulane University community, summer students are expected to be familiar with the Academic Code and to report any academic violations to the Associate Dean of Tulane Summer School.
The Howard-Tilton Memorial Library (“Howie-T”) is Tulane's main library and supports, promotes and enriches the teaching and learning mission of the university. In addition to the main library, the university’s professional schools have libraries of law, business and health sciences. Tulane is known for unique and world-renowned collections at the Latin American Library, the Amistad Research Center and the William Ransom Hogan Jazz Archive, which draw researchers from around the globe.