Madison is the site of Tulane's newest campus, located at the corner of Main Street and US Highway 51. The campus enrolls part-time students seeking undergraduate credit in the liberal arts, sciences, business studies, media arts, and computing.
9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. (when classes are in session)
Not all degrees and programs are offered at each campus. Please consult an adviser or program director for details.
Madison Campus non-credit offerings
How to Understand your Dreams
Date: March 20, 2015 Time: 10:30AM-1:30PM Facilitator: Karen Mori Bonner, MS, LPC Cost: $10
Do the stories and images that come in our sleep really mean something? Yes? Our dreams can help us have a deeper self-understanding, solve problems,
and inspire us creatively. This workshop will explain the structure of the psyche that is the source of dreams and offer three hands-on ways to work with dreams
Karen Mori Bonner, MS, LPC is a practicing counselor and coach who has a special interest and expertise in dream work. Karen works with individuals
and groups dealing with life issues and is known for her seminars and workshops on dream work.
Exercise after Inactivity
Date: March 27, 2015 Time: 10:30AM-1:30PM Facilitator: Justin Brumfield, DC Cost: $10
Interested in starting an exercise routine but do not know where to start? Has it been awhile since you have exercised? In this course you will learn where to start,
what to do if you have an old injury, and what fits best for you based on your goals. This course is great for people wanting to lose weight as well as how to gain
strength and become more flexible.
Justin Brumfield, DC is a practicing chiropractor with a background in personal fitness. Justin enjoys working with his patients and educating
them on the best choices of exercise to help improve their condition.
Date: April 10, 2015 Time: 10:30AM-1:30PM Facilitator: Justin Brumfield, DC Cost: $10
Interested in improving your overall health? Superfoods are a perfect way to get the essential nutrients your body needs to take full advantage of your body’s health.
In this class you will learn some common and some uncommon foods/supplements to help prevent mineral/vitamin imbalances and provide optimum health. Superfoods are nutrient
dense powerhouses full of anti-oxidants and essential nutrients, meaning we must obtain them from our diet. With mineral depleted soils, superfoods are an excellent way to be healthy.
Justin Brumfield, DC is a practicing chiropractor with a background in personal fitness. Justin likes to educate his clients on nutrition and the
health benefits of eating the right foods.