Wow, another month has passed us by and you are this much closer to beginning your journey as a Tulanian! In preparation for your arrival, make sure you are regularly checking your Tulane email, reviewing the New Student Checklist, and completing the New Student Modules.
The July New Student Module is now available on Canvas.You will have all month to progress through this module at your own pace. By completing this mandatory module by July 31st, you will receive your third virtual badge. Each student who collects all four badges will be entered into a drawing for Apple AirPods Pro. The winner will be randomly selected and announced on our Instagram during Hullabaloo Hello.
In this edition of the Navigator, we will explore the themes of health, wellness, and safety as you hear from our campus partners in Wave of Support, Campus Health, Student Conduct, and Emergency Preparedness & Response. All of these resources and more can be found in this month's module, Intro to Community.
The Office of First-Year Experience
On the day following your assigned Move-In, you will get the opportunity to explore New Orleans as we take you off campus for an exciting excursion with your classmates. Explore the themed tracks offered by clicking the link below, then proceed to fill out the form to indicate which track you would like to follow (subject to availability).
The track descriptions can be found at the top of the form. Please be sure to only explore the options offered on the day following your Move-In. For example, if your Move-In is on Sunday, August 13th, your excursion day will take place on Monday, August 14th. Please complete this form as soon as possible.
* If you are an international student, your Move-In will take place on Sunday, August 13th but your excursion will take place on Wednesday, August 16th. If you are a commuter student, please select Tuesday, August 15th as your Move-In Day on the form. If you are a student-athlete or in the Marching Band, you do not have the fill out the form below and can proceed to the next section of the newsletter.
Wave of Support is a campus-wide, collaborative program that supports students’ mental and emotional health at Tulane University. Wave of Support brings together the programs and services of the many existing student support offices on campus with the goal of building a healthier campus by enhancing the holistic experience of our students in the realm of wellbeing.
Wave of Support recognizes that each person’s path to wellness is unique and ever-changing. Wellbeing goes beyond mental and physical health as every part of you is worthy of care and support. Explore the 8 dimensions of wellness in your July New Student Module!
Campus Health is your resource for high quality physical and mental health care services and health education while on campus. You'll be learning more about our wide array of services as you complete the July New Student Module. We'd like to remind you of two crucial action items that you must complete this summer:
We will also be asking you to complete a series of online wellness courses for new students, but those courses will not open until mid-July. These deadlines and more can be found in the New Student Checklist below!
Please keep an eye on your Tulane email for forthcoming details and reminders about all of these requirements!
Follow @tucampushealth on Instagram for more resources!
The Office of Student Conduct recognizes that college students (like all of us) make mistakes. The goal of the Student Conduct system is to educate students about appropriate behavior and decision-making, and to foster a safe and healthy community in which academic success can occur.
The Office of Emergency Preparedness and Response oversees the preparation, prevention, and response to all-hazards events at Tulane University. Through comprehensive risk assessment, training, planning, mitigation and response, we ensure a safe, healthy, and happy community.
Hurricane Season begins June 1 and ends November 30. It is imperative that students and their families develop a personal evacuation plan, and be ready to implement that plan if a storm threatens the New Orleans area. Please review these considerations for evacuation and submit your personal evacuation plan by July 15. Students living on campus should have already completed this in their housing application.
To help you stay on track with upcoming deadlines, we have created a New Student Checklist of important tasks to complete prior to your arrival. Below are upcoming tasks:
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