University Resources

Tulane Academic Alert System: If you are concerned about a student for academic reasons and want to let Tulane know, you may report your concerns through the online Academic Alert System. 

Tulane Concerns:  Non-academic concerns should be filed through Tulane Concerns. 

Code of Student Conduct: This Student Guide includes the most frequently referenced policies related to student misconduct and is update every summer. 

Student Code of Academic Conduct: Code of Academic Conduct: There are unique Codes and Honor Board processes for Newcomb-Tulane College, School of Professional Advancement, Law School, Medical School, Social Work, and graduate students in various schools.  The processes mirror one another in many ways but the Honor Boards and administrative processes are closely aligned with the college or school. 

Resources for your Students

Academic Success Center

Academic Learning & Tutoring Center

Goldman Center for Student Accessibility

Tulane University Global Education

Innovative Learning Center

Academic Services for Student Athletes 

Resources for You

Academic Calendar

Class Schedule

Classroom Experience Assistant

NTC Academic Integrity

Academic Advising

Office of Fellowship Advising

The Office of Academic Affairs provides Tulane faculty a variety of development, funding, and programming opportunities.

External Resources

Below please find resources offered by other Universities, institutions, and organizations. If you have any suggestions for resources please email

Teaching Resources 

Teaching Conferences Directory, Kennesaw State University

Teaching Journals Directory, Kennesaw State University

Research in Action, Oregon State University 

The Chronicle of Higher Education: Teaching 

Inside Higher Education: Teaching and Learning

Higher Education Websites

Faculty Focus

Inside Higher Ed

The Chronicle of Higher Education

Wellness Resources 

How to Meditate, The New York Times

Headspace Blog

Self-Compassion, Dr. Kristin Neff


Mid-Course Reflection Form

The Undergraduate Student Government and Center for Engaged Learning and Teaching have collaborated to provide a Mid-Course Reflection. The goal of this form is to offer an avenue for students to provide productive feedback to professors and to reflect on their own performance in a course. The reflections are an optional tool for professors to use mid-way through a course and are unaffiliated with the end of semester evaluations conducted by the university.  Ideally, these will be a growing point for both the students and faculty involved.  The forms can be downloaded as a Word Document and given out in class or may be accessed via a quiz created on canvas. Please contact Toni Weiss ( for more information or questions