Richardson Memorial Hall is currently undergoing a renovation. For the duration of the renovation, our studios will be held in pavilions on the Newcomb Quad and classes will be held in classrooms throughout the Uptown campus.

Designed in 1907 by the New Orleans architecture firm of Andry and Bendernagel to house the Tulane Medical College, Richardson Memorial Hall is located on the St. Charles Avenue side of campus, on the oldest and most beautiful quadrangle at Tulane.

The Fabrication Labs provide students with opportunities to enrich their three-dimensional design explorations while developing their education in fabrication technologies.

During the renovation of Richardson Memorial Hall, the school's studios are relocated in five pavilions on the Newcomb Quad of Tulane's Uptown campus.

Library resources and services supporting the Tulane School of Architecture are distributed among these locations:

Howard-Tilton Memorial Library 

Latin American Library

Southeastern Architectural Archive 

The Mintz Computer Lab houses computer assisted design instruction within the School of Architecture. Equipment includes the latest workstations configured for graphics and computer-aided design. Animation and three-dimensional modeling, rendering and imaging capabilities are used for student projects, presentations and architectural research.

Tulane University is committed to providing equal access and a friendly environment for all who study and work at Tulane University. Students and employees with psychological, medical/physical, and learning/developmental disabilities are served. Through a collaborative relationship, modifications to the academic or work environment accommodations can be offered. Our mission is to provide services and promote an accessible environment to all members of the Tulane community.

Shawna Foose, MA, LPC-S
Assistant Director, Goldman Office of Disability Services (ODS)
(504) 862-8083 - sfoose@tulane.edu
Science and Engineering Lab Complex, New Orleans, LA 70118