Our 400+ staff deliver services as diverse as the community we serve. We are dining and vending, ID cards, parking and transportation, facilities and construction, mail, bookstores, computer store, university architect and planning, recycling and sustainability, event services, and childcare and our role is to support Tulane's living, learning, teaching and research communities.
In addition to being on campus seven days a week, we also offer one-stop shop customer engagement offices on both the downtown and uptown campuses. Our customer engagement staff are cross-trained to assist you with dining, vending, Splash Cards, parking, and facilities-related matters as well as answer general questions about Campus Services and the university. If you need anything, and we mean anything, come visit us in 107 Lavin-Bernick Center or 803 Tidewater or give us a call at (504) 865-5441. If we aren’t able to answer your question or assist you, chances are we know who can due to our connections within the university community.
Our very own Guido Salvatierra, director of sustainable services, was recognized on April 24, 2020 as a Heroes and Helpers honoree. Salvatierra heroically led his team at Tulane Facilities Services to facilitate a smooth and seamless move-out of students from residence halls as the university abruptly began online instruction and asked students to move home during the COVID-19 pandemic. Most students left in a hurry, leaving behind some belongings and trash. Salvatierra’s team effectively and efficiently cleared the residence halls so that the small number of students who did elect to stay on campus would have a safe and clean environment in which to live. Even before this crisis, the Office of Housing and Residential Life has relied on Salvatierra as a huge part of its operation to provide student accommodations that are conducive to living harmoniously and learning productively. Salvatierra stepped up, once again, to the challenge. For more information on Heroes & Helpers, click here.
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)