Social wellness helps you create a support network. This dimension allows you to not only develop encouraging relationships with peers, but also a diverse and inclusive connection to your community.

Social Connection

WaveSync: Explore the many events Tulane has to offer. Go with a friend or make new ones there!

Student Organizations: Consider meeting new friends by joining one (or more) of our over 200 student organizations

Office of Fraternity and Sorority Programs: Interested in Greek Life? Learn more under the “prospective members” tab.

Tulane Events Calendar: Stay up to date on upcoming events in the Tulane community

Campus Recreation: Club Sports and Outdoor Adventures are a great way to connect with other Tulanians.  

College Scholars Program:  Serves intellectually curious students looking to expand their academic horizons and build community with faculty and likeminded peers.

Future Friends: Looking for a new connection? Want to make a new friend? Sign up for Future Friends! Complete a short survey and let our expert match-makers find you a match!


Success Coaching or Peer Success Leaders: Meeting with a PSL or success coach is a great way to learn about your social goals, set healthy boundaries and foster positive relationships during your time at Tulane.

Housing and Residence Life: From conflict resolution to housing logistics, HRL can support you with feeling right at home.

Roommate Resources: Housing and Residence Life has compiled a list of resources to help your relationship with your roommates, suitemates, and floormates.

Diversity and Inclusion

Proud TU Be First: The Center for Academic Equity has a Proud TU Be First Mentoring Program. This semester-long program is designed to provide first generation college students individualized mentorship from first-generation faculty and staff.

Office of International Students & Scholars: Whether you're a prospective or current student, OISS is here to answer any and all questions to ensure you are equipped for success at Tulane University. Find your classification below to learn more about policies and procedures, helpful tips on New Orleans living and more.

Tulane Global:  Tulane Global provides direction for the University’s international endeavors, collaborating across campus to support ground-breaking research, foster an inclusive international community and facilitate impactful global learning and engagement. 

Office of Multicultural Affairs: The Office of Multicultural Affairs, located within the Carolyn Barber Pierre Center for Intercultural Life, works to employ critical race theory, student development theories and a social justice framework.

Office of Gender and Sexual Diversity: Using a Social Justice Framework the mission of OGSD aims to cultivate support, connection, and growth for LGBTQ+ students, faculty, staff, and alumni through fostering community, accountability, leadership development, and advocacy.

Newcomb Institute: Educating undergraduates to achieve gender equity.

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