Materials, Policies and Resources

Undergraduate Policies

Academic policies and codes of conduct for Tulane University students are outlined in the Code of Academic Conduct and the Code of Student Conduct. Students should also refer to the university catalog of the year they matriculated (year started at Tulane) for general policies and information. This code applies to all undergraduate students, full-time and part-time, at Tulane University.

Other codes of conduct and student information specific to the School of Architecture can be found below:

Graduate Policies

Academic policies and codes of conduct for Tulane University graduate students are outlined in the Unified Code of Graduate Student Conduct and the Code of Student Conduct. Students should also refer to the university catalog of the year they matriculated (year started at Tulane) for general policies and information.

Resume, Cover Letter, and Portfolio Advising

TuSA Career Services helps students as they develop their resumes and portfolios into professional, succinct documents. This is an ongoing process that requires continual review and iterations. Students are encouraged to have their documents reviewed by both career services and faculty members and participate in classes and workshops offered on these topics. Schedule a career advising meeting.

Internships for Credit

Tulane School of Architecture (TuSA) strongly encourages students to reinforce and expand their skills and knowledge through professional internship experiences during the course of their studies. These experiences are recognized in the form of academic credits. Undergraduate students may earn up to a total of six credit hours, and graduate students up to 3 credit hours for internship over the course of their degree. To enroll, fill out the form in the Internship for Academic Credit document (PDF, Text). Submit to Abe Passman, Administrative Program Coordinator for Architecture.

Studio Culture and Materials

Past and Future Workshops and Events

  • Career Days (job fair and interviews)
  • Mock Interview Workshop
  • Resumes and Cover Letters for Architecture Students
  • Portfolios: What Are Employers Looking For?
  • How to Get the Job and Keep It
  • Designing Your Future: Creating Value in Your Architecture Career
  • Adobe Lab at Tulane

Academic Advising

Students are required to meet with their major advisor once per semester in order to register for the next semester of Architecture coursework. More information is available at the Academic Advising page.

Camera Equipment

Tulane School of Architecture has two sets of camera equipment for school-related events, courses, studios, objects, organizations, publications, exhibits, or projects. Requests must be made at least 1 week in advance, but 2 weeks is preferred to coordinate scheduling and ensure the equipment is available. In general, we ask that equipment be kept on loan for 1 week or less. If more time is needed for longer-term projects, please indicate that in the Request Form here. In addition to filling out the Request Form, please email your request to Naomi King Englar, nking2@tulane.edu.

One Wave Resources

One Wave is a comprehensive program that aims to encourage a culture of safety and a community of engaged and proactive bystanders that do not tolerate any form of violence.