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1/18/18: To view our adjusted hours due to the campus closure, click here.

There is a Boil Water Advisory in effect for the entire East Bank of New Orleans, including Tulane's New Orleans campuses. Check tulane.edu/emergency for details. All dining services locations are using bottled water for all food and beverage preparation. Residential students with questions about the Boil Water Advisory should check with their residence hall front desk staff.

Please note that the water pressure in your residence hall is expected to be low. Facilities Services is unable to address low water pressure today as it is the result of low water pressure city-wide.

We are excited to announce that Facilities Services, University Planning, Capital Projects and University Services have merged to create Campus Services, a new organization ready to serve you. Working as one division allows us to provide our community with faster, better, more convenient services.  

We have expanded our operating hours to have staff on campus 7 days a week and have created one-stop shop customer engagement offices on both the downtown and uptown campuses. Our customer engagement staff are now cross-trained to handle parking, dining, vending, Splash Card, and facilities-related matters as well as answer general questions about Campus Services and the university. You now have one office to visit and one number to call. 

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Tree Campus USA

The Arbor Day Foundation has recognized the Tulane University Uptown Campus again this year as a Tree Campus USA. The campus has been recognized each year since 2009, marking 2017 as Tulane's eighth consecutive year!

Tulane Featured In Guide To Green Colleges

Tulane is featured in "The Princeton Review's Guide to 322 Green Colleges," a publication produced in conjunction with the Center for Green Schools. The feature highlights the efforts of the Tulane Green Machine, the integration of environmental issues in academic programs and the efforts of the School of Architecture. (Link)