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Involvement Opportunities


WaveSync is an online system that makes managing all of your commitments related to campus involvement easy! You can use this program to learn more about organizations, connect with your peers who have similar interests, and stay up to date on campus events. Log on to WaveSync (via the Gibson portal) and set up your profile once you have your official Tulane email address. You'll learn more about WaveSync at New Student Orientation.



Newcomb Institute Big/Little Peer Mentoring & Town Mom Programs

Newcomb Institute's Big/Little Peer Mentoring Program matches incoming first-year students with upper-class students to serve as resources and guides for new students through their first year at Tulane. First-year students will be sent information over the summer encouraging them to sign up for the program. The Town Mom program matches incoming first-year students with Newcomb alumnae in New Orleans who can provide guidance and support to new first-year students on campus.For more information, contact the Newcomb Institute.

The O Peer Mentoring Program

Open to all incoming students, the O Peer Mentoring Program matches new students with upperclassmen to guide new students in their transition in the first semester. The program promotes academic success, personal development, campus leadership, and civic engagement. Mentors and mentees are encouraged to attend workshops, cultural and social trips in New Orleans, and participate in one-on-one mentoring meetings and brown bag discussions. Visit the Peer Mentoring Program website for additional information. The Office of Multicultural Affairs and the Office for Gender and Sexual Diversity sponsor this program.

International Student Mentorship Program (TU Pals)

Sponsored by the International Student Advisory Board and the Office of International Students and Scholars, TUPals connects new international students with upperclass mentors to support new international students' transition into the university community. The mentorship program also provided a great opportunity for current Tulane students (both U.S. American and International Students) to develop leadership skills and to interact with new international students and learn about their cultures. For more information, contact the International Student Advisory Board.


A student-run organization, TUlinked aims to connect incoming new students with upperclassmen who can serve as a resource and sounding board in navigating the many opportunities for involvement on campus. Overwhelmed by all Tulane offers for involvement? Not sure where to start? Consider joining TUlinked and talk to someone who has been in your shoes. Connect with the group on Facebook and sign up HERE. For more information, email tulinked@gmail.com.



Sponsored by the Undergraduate Student Government (USG), the Freshman Leadership Program (FLP) is designed to support, engage, and educate future leaders in the Tulane community. As a part of this program, students will be provided with the opportunity to

  • Enhance current and build new leadership skills;
  • Learn the ins and outs of involvement at Tulane;
  • Plan and execute a Personal Leadership Project;
  • Participate in Undergraduate Student Government by serving on committees; and
  • Create a diverse and well-rounded network.

FLP participants will be expected to attend weekly meetings, serve on Student Government committees, and attend events where they will engage with current leaders on Tulane’s campus. Applications for the 2020 cohort are now closed. Contact the FLP coordinators at FLP@wave.tulane.edu.



As a first-year student, there are several ways you can get more involved on campus in your first semester. Check out the links below and look for more information on WaveSync for several opportunities you may wish to consider: