No matter how you plan to travel, you probably want to know the best way to get here. And since visiting a new campus can be disorienting the first time, it helps to know where you’re going once you get here. You can find an interactive campus map on Tulane’s Admission website.
Parking is available in the Collins C. Diboll Complex. To get turn-by-turn directions from Google Maps, search for “2650 Ben Weiner Drive, New Orleans, Louisiana 70118.”
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 like Uber and Lyft, and car rentals are available from the airport. A continuous airport shuttle will be available on move-in days from 9 AM to 3:30 PM and on move-out days from 7 AM to 12:30 PM.
Students will be issued a photo identification card called a Splash Card. The identification card will allow students to gain access to the buildings, labs and contain their meal plans. Lost identification should be reported immediately to the Office of Strategic Summer Programs. A $30 fee will be charged to replace any lost identification or meal card.
Students will receive an email from Tulane Technology Services with your Tulane ID and Gibson Online User Name . A separate email will be sent to you with your temporary password and instructions to change your password. Please make sure that you know your Tulane User Name and password when you arrive on campus. You will need it to log into Wavemail (your Tulane email), to retrieve class assignments in Canvas, and to log in to Eduroam, the Tulane campus internet. Parents, if you retrieved your child's Tulane User Name and password, please share it with them before arriving on campus.
As you begin packing for the Tulane Pre-College Summer Program, please consult our helpful What to Bring and What Not to Bring list.
One of the benefits of Tulane Pre-College Summer Programs is the chance for student to experience life in New Orleans. Although the program tuition covers meals and program-related field trips, students are encouraged to bring debit/credit cards for any personal or supply purchases they may need to make while at Tulane University. Students are encouraged to discuss expenses and decide upon a budget with their families prior to the start of the program.
As a part of program enrollment, parents will complete paperwork online on the platform CampDoc. Parents will receive an email with their login information directly from CampDoc and then should fill out all forms in their private portal.
Parents or guardians of students who wish to request accommodations should first notify the Office of Strategic Summer Programs, so we can facilitate the process with the Goldman Center. The Office of Strategic Summer Programs can be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone at 504-314-7619.
Students who request accommodations will be asked to provide the Goldman Center with recent and appropriate documentation of their disability, and why their requested accommodation is necessary. Document guidelines can be found on the Goldman Center’s website.
Additional information concerning the philosophy, policies, and procedures pertinent to disability services can be found at https://accessibility.tulane.edu.
All Pre-College students must attend an Orientation. Please watch for an upcoming email with further details.
A continuous airport shuttle will be available for Residential students and any accompanying adults on designated Check-In and Check-Out dates. If you are arriving or departing on other days or times you will need to make your own arrangements to get to/from campus.
You can find 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 like Uber and Lyft, and car rentals are available from the airport.
Parking for Check-In and Orientation is available in the Collins C. Diboll Complex. To get turn-by-turn directions from Google Maps, search for “2650 Ben Weiner Drive, New Orleans, Louisiana 70118.”
Please note that parking is limited on Tulane’s Campus and on-street parking surrounding campus can be difficult.
Day students who choose to drive may park in the Diboll Complex. Visitor and temporary parking permits can be purchased at the rate of $5 per day in the Customer Engagement office in the Lavin-Bernick Center from 8 AM to 5 PM Monday through Friday or http://parking.tulane.edu. Students should plan to visit the office or website to purchase their parking pass either the week before their classes start or early on the Monday morning that their classes are scheduled to begin.
For information concerning public transportation options, visit www.norta.com.
A pick up/drop off route and schedule will be emailed to all parents/guardians. There are pending construction projects that may alter the route.
If your Day student will be arriving late or needs to leave early, a written note or phone call is required. Please indicate who will be picking up your student, as s/he will only be released to an authorized person with proper identification.
As detailed in the Conduct Code, Residential students are not allowed to leave campus with non-Pre-College personnel during the program. We discourage students from leaving campus to visit friends and relatives during the program. If you have relatives or friends in the New Orleans area, we encourage you to plan a visit before or after the Pre-College Program.
If a student must leave campus with a family friend or relative, please contact the Office of Strategic Summer Programs to ensure that the timing of the planned visit will work with your student's schedule and to fill out the appropriate form. The Office of Strategic Summer Programs will not accept any telephone messages as a means of granting permission. Residential students will not be allowed to be away from campus overnight.
For hotel accommodations and dining near the Tulane campus, please see the Eat, Stay, Play guide on the Tulane Admissions website for suggestions.
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.