We hope you had an absolute blast celebrating Homecoming and immersing yourself in the vibrant spirit of campus! Now, as we ride the wave of excitement, it's time to gear up for the next big adventure: Spring Registration. It's just around the corner, and we're here to ensure you're prepared for a seamless transition into the upcoming semester.
In this edition of the Navigator, we'll explore the wealth of advising resources at your disposal, including In-Person Appointments, Virtual Advisor of the Day, Peer Advising, and some can't-miss Advising Events. So, let's dive right in and make the most of what's to come!
The Office of First-Year Experience
Tuesdays through November 14th | ALTC | 4-6 PM
Hosted in the Academic Learning & Tutoring Center (ALTC) on the ground floor of Howie-T, these weekly drop-in hours are an opportunity to discuss all things registration with College Advisors: planning, questions, support, and tricks.
Mondays at Mussafer
Monday, October 10th | Mussafer Hall | 12-2 PM
Drop in during First-Year Experience's Mondays at Mussafer on October 10th. College Advisors and Peer Advisors will be tabling and available for drop-in advising on the 1st floor of Mussafer Hall!
Wednesday, November 8th | Hub Garage | 7-10 PM
College Advisors will be available in the Hub Garage!
CAE Drop-In Advising
Tuesday, October 24th | Richardson Hall | 12-2 PM
If you are a student who regularly engages with the Center for Academic Equity, there will be College Advisors in your space for drop-ins!
Registration Strategy Webinars
Wednesday, October 25th and Wednesday, November 8th | Virtual | 5:30-6:30 PM
College Advisors will review important tips, tricks, and resources for registration. Register HERE!
First-Year Registration Drop-Ins
Monday, November 13th-Friday, November, 17th | The Hub Garage | 9 AM-4 PM
Stop by and ask quick questions and confirm/check in on your plans for the Spring. Come in with a partial or complete course cart built in the schedule of classes. Bring a laptop with you if possible!
Are you passionate about student belonging and welcoming new students to campus? Are you looking to gain leadership experience and abilities while enjoying exciting benefits and opportunities? Apply to be a Spring Wave Leader today!
Spring Wave Leaders help welcome our new Spring Scholars and transfer students to campus in January! This leadership opportunity is a great way to get more involved on campus, connect with new students, and learn valuable skills for the future. View the full position description on the First-Year Experience WaveSync portal.
The application is open now and closes on Thursday, November 9th.
Discover the magic of New Orleans with Beyond the Bubble!
Ready to burst the Tulane bubble and dive headfirst into the vibrant culture of New Orleans? Look no further! We invite you to attend a series of off-campus trips available exclusively to first-year students. The best part: it's FREE!
Click HERE to explore each Beyond the Bubble trip offered for Fall 2023. You are welcome to sign up for one or all four experiences! Transportation is provided for each trip. Space is limited, so sign up now to reserve your spot!
Join us every Monday from 12-2 PM outside Mussafer Hall for Mondays at Mussafer! This signature program is designed to connect first-year students with campus resources eager to support your success. Enjoy lively conversation, engaging activities, free snacks, and exclusive first-year giveaways. Below is a preview of the Mondays at Mussafer themes and campus partners for the remainder of October:
October 23rd | When Life Gives You Lemons, Head to Reily!
Campus Partner: Campus Recreation
Activity: Yard Games & Yoga
October 30th | Trick or Treat: Spring Registration Can Be Pretty Sweet!
Campus Partner: College Advising
Giveaway: Halloween Candy
Activity: Prep Info & Activities for Spring '24 Registration!
The Office of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) invites you to participate in our inaugural Antisemitism Awareness Week, where you can learn ways to counter antisemitism and support Jewish communities. Explore the events below:
Holocaust Memory and Teaching the Human Story
Monday, October 23rd | 10:30-11:30 AM | Virtual (register HERE!)
This session aims to provide participants with a fundamental understanding of how the Holocaust occurred, Nazi antisemitic ideology, and the manner in which we commemorate the past. We will examine individual stories and the testimony of survivors. Our focus will center on the significance of memorializing the Holocaust, the impactful voices of individuals, and the 'micro-histories' embedded in our own past, highlighting their central role in shaping historical narratives. Sponsored by the Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion and the Carolyn Barber-Pierre Center for Intercultural Life.
Tuesday, October 24th | 7 PM | Berger Family Lawn
Jewish Identity and Intersectionality Panel
Wednesday, October 25th | 4-6 PM | Woldenberg Art Center, Room 205
Join us for a vibrant exploration of Jewish identity and the immense diversity that exists within Jewish communities related to race/ethnicity, sexuality, and other social identities and lived experiences. Sponsored by The Stuart and Suzanne Grant Center for the Jewish American Experience.
Thursday, October 26th | 12:30-2 PM | Hillel (912 Broadway Street) or Virtual (register HERE!)
Experts from the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) will provide an interactive session on the historical background of antisemitism, how antisemitism manifests today, proximate local examples and images of antisemitism, and will provide time and reflection for how to take personal action to combat antisemitism, as individuals and as a school community. Sponsored by the Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion and the Carolyn Barber-Pierre Center for Intercultural Life.
Friday, October 27th | 10:30 AM-12:30 PM | Hillel (912 Broadway Street)
Tulane Campus Services is proud to partner with Tulane Dining Services, Sodexo, and Swipe Out Hunger, a program to help address food insecurity on college campuses. Through this collaboration, free meal swipes are available to students in need of food assistance. Click the button below to apply!
Students Against Food Insecurity (SAFI)
Food pantry open to all Tulane students located at 7215 Zimpel Street. Fall 2023 Pantry Hours:
- Tuesdays | 3:30-5:30 PM
- Fridays | 2:00-4:00 PM
- Sundays | 12:00-2:00 PM
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The Student Pantry is open to all presently enrolled SPHTM students. There are no financial restrictions for participation.
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On-Campus Flu Shots Available through November 6
To save time and to make the lines move more quickly, we ask that students complete the online consent form and upload a copy of their insurance card via the Patient Portal before arriving at their appointment.
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