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Reviewed 1 week ago

Full disclosure: I'm a graduate of Tulane so may have some bias with regard to it. Gibson Hall spans the front side of the university campus - classic architecture which has a similar smaller structure next to it facing the lawn in front of Gibson...More

Thank gyzngalz
Reviewed 1 week ago

Tulane was my first endeavor in higher learning. Did not complete the required years before moving on, but the historic buildings are memorable.

Thank Dan P
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Although I do not go to school here or know anyone that does I am just reviewing the campus grounds! They are gorgeous and this was only from you are able to see from the Street Car. I never even knew it existed. The history...More

Thank Lisa P
Reviewed June 14, 2018

Even if you have no intention of enrolling in Tulane do pay the college a visit. Take the streetcar out of the city area to enjoy a place of peace, quiet, and serenity. You can walk the entire campus in about 30 minutes. Stop along...More

Thank barbaragwen270
Reviewed May 17, 2018 via mobile

Extraordinary private university in a perfectly imperfect city that has stolen my heart. The last 4 years have been mind-blowing. We have had the good fortune to watch Tulane University shape our daughter into the young adult she is meant to be. Couldn’t be more...More

Thank swimmom20878
Reviewed April 27, 2018

architectural magnificence on beautiful grounds. lucky student body. enjoyed a leisurely walk round this serene place

Thank r s
Reviewed April 14, 2018

Walked the very clean campus.Went to bookstore, pricey, but a nice selection of Tulane clothing. Seemed like a very happy campus. Pretty quads with a "Bead" tree. Classic collegiate buildings augmented with new modern structures.

Thank TravelQ6492QE
Reviewed April 5, 2018 via mobile

Great campus with an intimate feel! Loved the history & how the students give back to the community.

Thank JWalkowiak
Reviewed March 28, 2018

Even if you are not interested in attending Tulane University, I strongly recommend visiting it. The tour of the school gives you some knowledge about how the young adults of New Orleans take part in the community and how much of the things you are...More

Thank Olivia L
Reviewed March 24, 2018 via mobile

Can easily stroll whole campus in about 30 min to an hour. Can walk from one end to the other in fifteen minutes. Friendly staff and students. Right next to Loyola University and across the street from Audubon Park.

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Uptown / Carrollton
Very much their own self sufficient unit within the
greater metro area, Uptown and Carrollton tone down
the urban edge with a friendly attitude and collegiate
feel. Home to Tulane and Loyola Universities, all the
students living in the area ensure that Uptown and
Carrollton stay youthful, cosmopolitan and vibrantly
fun. Two of the liveliest thoroughfares for nightlife
and socializing (and yes of course more of the city’s
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