Whether you are pursuing courses for credit or are enrolled in non-credit enrichment courses, you have the opportunity to explore campus life and get a true college experience this summer. Should you have questions, comments, or concerns—now or after you arrive—please contact Tulane Pre-College at (504) 314-7619 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have been accepted into Tulane Precollege, you must complete the following items before attending our program. It is critical that we receive this information on or before the deadline of May 26, 2019. Failure to complete these items in a timely manner may prevent you from attending.
After the program deposit has been paid, students and parents/guardians will receive a "Welcome Email" from CampDoc.com. CampDoc.com is an electronic health record system we use to consolidate and integrate student enrollment forms and health information. The security, confidentiality and privacy, of your personal health information will always be protected. The CampDoc.com portal information must be completed by Friday, May 26, 2019.
A completed Campdoc profile includes:
Please use our Pre-Arrival Enrollment Checklist as a helpful resource.
Students are issued a photo identification card called a Splash Card. Splash Cards allow students to gain access to the buildings and labs and contain their meal plans and Wavebucks. Lost identification cards should be reported immediately to the Tulane Pre-College office. A $30 fee will be charged to replace your Splash Card.
Upon enrollment into a program, students will receive an email from Tulane Technology Services with the following information:
Students will receive a separate email with their temporary passwords and instructions to change their passwords.
These emails will be sent to the primary email listed on your Tulane Pre-College application. We ask that parents/guardians share Tulane usernames and passwords with your student(s) before they arrive on campus. Students need this information to log in to Wavemail, to retrieve class assignments in Canvas, and to log in to Eduroam, the Tulane campus internet.
If you encounter any problems, contact the Help Desk at 504-862-8888 or email@example.com, or review our Student Guide to Technology Services.
We offer a comprehensive handbook for participants. The 2019 handbook is coming soon.
It is our goal to offer universally accessible programming. If you anticipate needing any type of reasonable accommodation or have questions about campus accessibility, please contact Tulane Pre-College Programs at (504) 314-7619 or firstname.lastname@example.org in advance of your participation or visit.
No matter how you plan to travel, you want to know the best way to get here. It also helps to know where you’re going once you're here. You can find driving directions to campus and an interactive campus map on Tulane’s Admission website.
Tulane University’s uptown campus is about a 25-minute drive from the Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport (airport code MSY). Commercial taxi service, ridesharing services such as Uber and Lyft, and car rentals are available from the airport. A continuous airport shuttle will be available on residential move-in days and on move-out days.
Tulane Pre-College provides complimentary shuttle services from the New Orleans International Airport (MSY) to campus on designated arrival days, and from campus to the airport on departure days. The shuttle to and from the airport is included with your tuition. Requests for shuttle transportation must be included with the travel details you provided in Campdoc. The Summer 2019 schedule will be available soon.
Please note that parking is limited on Tulane’s campus, and on-street parking surrounding campus can be difficult. Parking on residential check-in and check-out days is typically available on campus in designated zones. Visitor parking permits can also be purchased at http://parking.tulane.edu or in the Customer Engagement Office in the LBC from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.
For information concerning public transportation options, visit www.norta.com
For hotel accommodations and dining near the Tulane campus, please see the Eat, Stay, Play guide on the Tulane Admissions website for suggestions.
If you are interested in finding out more about Tulane Pre-College summer programs, please contact our office.
Founded in 1834, Tulane University has the academic traditions and background in the scientific fields, humanities, and the arts to ensure the excellence of its programs. Dedicated staff and faculty, ties to the local community, and hands-on learning come together to provide a transformative educational experience for Pre-College students.