Spring 2024 Due Dates for Students
The departments within the Division of Campus Services provide Tulane students with identification cards, dining options, course materials, technology and computer needs, parking, transportation, and more. The following due dates will help you prepare for the semester.
If you haven’t already, upload a photo for your Splash Card. REQUIRED
Check with Technology Connection, the Tulane campus computer store, for back-to-school computer specials with promotions from Apple, Dell, and other manufacturers. Tech Connect also has a loaner and repair program for students, so be sure to visit the store in the Lavin-Bernick Center to find out more.
Dec. 1: Check your email in December for information on how to ship items to Tulane for in-room delivery during move-in. In general, all residential students are assigned a campus mail code to manage mail, which is included in the mail packet. Please save your mail code for future reference. REQUIRED
Dec. 1 to Jan. 19: Review or change your dining plan. The last day to enroll in a dining plan, or to change an existing plan without fees, is Friday, Jan. 19, 2024. After that deadline, you can make changes until Friday, Jan. 26, 2024, but with change fees added. For more info, go to: diningservices.tulane.edu/my-dining-plan/dining-plans REQUIRED
Dec. 8 to Dec. 20: The NTC Undergrad Bundle scholarship opens. Students will receive an email from Campus Services that contains details. For more information, go to: academic-equity.tulane.edu/ntc-undergrad-book-bundle-scholarship
Mid-December: Uptown parking permits will be available mid-December. Be sure to purchase one before your arrival once uptown permit availability is announced. To learn more about uptown parking permits, go to: campusservices.tulane.edu/departments/parking/uptown
Pre-registration for downtown parking permits is not available. To learn more about downtown parking permits, go to: campusservices.tulane.edu/departments/parking/downtown
First year students are not permitted to park on campus. Second year students and above can purchase a parking permit through Tulane Parking Services.
Dec. 18: Eligible Newcomb-Tulane College students will receive an email from the Tulane bookstore about the NTC Undergrad Bundle. Students should respond to this email immediately and select pickup or delivery so that their course materials and books will be ready on the first day of classes. Please remember the NTC Undergrad Bundle includes digital materials and is not a-la-carte. For more information, go to: campusservices.tulane.edu/bookstore/course-materials
Jan. 1: Spring Scholars technology bundles from Technology Connection will be announced:
Become familiar with the shuttles and transportation options at Tulane. For more info, go to: shuttles.tulane.edu
Jan. 26: This is the last day to opt out of the NTC Undergrad Bundle with the Tulane bookstore.
If you are considering opting out of the NTC Undergrad Bundle, the Tulane bookstore recommends that you first calculate the possible level of savings on textbooks and course materials very closely. Many students have opted out then opted back in once they realized their level of savings.
Here’s how you can calculate your savings:
• Use the course finder on the bookstore’s website: tulane.bncollege.com/course-material/course-finder
• Select your courses using the drop-down menu to find prices of course materials.
• Compare the general course materials cost to the cost through the bundle.
And remember: if you opt-out, you will have to pay for digital materials, separately.
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