The uptown campus is located in New Orleans on St. Charles Avenue in a historic residential district where architectural styles run from humble Creole cottages to impressive Greek Revival mansions. Located across the street from Tulane is Audubon Park, 400 acres that encompass tennis courts, golf courses, jogging and bicycle paths, horse stables, the Audubon Zoo and some of the most magnificent live oaks you'll ever see. Parking can be difficult around the campus but if you do choose to drive, directions are available.

Visitors to the uptown campus can take part in information sessions and tours offered by the undergraduate admission office, Monday through Friday during most of the calendar year and on Saturday mornings during the school year. Be sure to inquire about special opportunities to sit in on a class, or plan special campus appointments in advance of your visit. For more information, please call the Office of Undergraduate Admission at 800-873-WAVE.

 

 

Famed for its history, music and cuisine, New Orleans is one of the world's most extraordinary cities. Star-studded events like Mardi Gras and Jazz Fest draw thousands of visitors to the city each year. Unique neighborhoods reflect the city's French, Spanish and Caribbean roots. World-class museums display renowned artworks and artifacts. Shopping options range from vintage shops and antique stores to high-end boutiques and galleries. Sports fans can find something to cheer for year-round with New Orleans' many professional teams. The educational experience at Tulane University is interwoven with this rich cultural tapestry.