Tulane Pre-College offers several courses and fields of study under the Summer Enrichment Institute. These courses give college-bound middle and high school students a transformative educational experience and a taste of college life at a renowned university. Students can explore a wide range of subjects, engage with their instructors, and live and study alongside fellow participants who are similarly interested in better understanding the complexities of our ever-evolving world.
The learning environment and structure of these courses give students the opportunity to delve deep into various issues, going far beyond the typical middle and high school curriculum. Students will develop the critical thinking skills and interdisciplinary understanding that are essential for success in college and beyond.
Our enrichment courses are centered around subjects that students may want to explore in their high school or college careers. By exploring these subjects, students will gain a better sense of the world and grow as a global citizen. Develop your writing and research ability this summer and gain in-demand skills in creative problem solving, communication, research, and leadership through a diverse portfolio of subjects. In addition to classes, students participate in a variety of programs, activities, and excursions designed to prepare them for college life.
Tulane Pre-College Summer Enrichment Institute offers two-week enrichment (noncredit) courses in a wide range of academic disciplines within both humanities and STEM fields. All courses give middle and high school students the opportunity to explore area of study and get an exciting glimpse of academic and academic life at a top-ranked university.
Students enrolled in these enrichment courses participate in a variety of classwork, activities, and excursions designed to provide a challenging and engaging academic experience. For 2021, Tulane Pre-College is offering online enrichment courses.
Who will be teaching my class?
Distinguished instructors who are experts in their field.
Can I take more than one course?
Students who wish to take multiple courses can enroll in additional sessions.
Will there be tests and assignments?
Enrichment courses do not have graded tests or assignments and generally do not require work outside of class.
Will I receive college credit?
Enrichment courses do not earn credit.
Do I need experience to enroll in a class?
The critical factor is that you are motivated and interested in learning about the subject.
Do I need to purchase any supplies?
All supplies are included in the enrichment program.
Architecture: Digital and Tactile Design
Explore the fundamentals of design and thinking at the architectural scale through one of our studio-based courses offered through the School of Architecture. No specialized knowledge or background is needed, beyond a serious interest in architectural design.
Middle School Debate
Debate is fantastic preparation for basic life skills. Our one-week middle school debate program is a perfect introduction to the fundamentals of debate as well a great opportunity for intermediate and experienced debaters to build their skills.
Newcomb Summer Session
Get a preview of the college classroom through one of the five courses offered in Newcomb Summer Session. Explore gender and social justice issues through topics like leadership, communications and activism, technology, history, or writing.
Computers and Musical Creativity
Explore intersections between music, engineering, production, and computer programming, with a focus on the creative applications of technology in the creation of music. This course encourages creativity both in technical research and in composition for various media and performance.