Are you staying on campus for Thanksgiving? Click here to view the Campus Services hours of operation for Wednesday, Nov. 21-Sunday, Nov. 25.
Our 400+ staff work in Splash Card Services, Shuttles and Transportation, Facilities Services, Dining Services, Mail Services, Bookstores, Technology Connection, Capital Projects, Office of the University Architect, University Planning, Parking, Sustainability, Event Management, and Childcare Centers. The services we provide touch each and every person at the university on any given day.
In addition to being on campus 7 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, and facilities-related matters as well as answer general questions about Campus Services and the university. If you need 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.
Tulane’s Office of Sustainability partners with a number of academic departments to assist students with research that can be directly applied to our campus systems. This gives students experience in solving real world challenges that the university faces as we strive to become a more environmentally sustainable and efficient institution. During the Fall 2017 Semester, we teamed up with student groups from Environmental Studies, Business, and Marketing to help us tackle the issues of waste and recycling diversion, sustainable dining, energy efficiency, and more. Click here to learn more.
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)