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College is a unique time in your life. This series covers a number of important topics faced by students, often living on their own for the first time. These sessions lay the groundwork for establishing financial independence and making major decisions after college graduation – like buying a home, relocating for a job, and managing credit and debt.
 
Our first session will be an introduction on how to get on top of your personal finances at college and beyond.
 

9th session of the 22nd senate 

Did you know more than 2/3 of Tulane students consume 0 to 4 drinks with they socialize? Join The Well, student organizations, and campus partners on January 22nd to learn about some awesome alternatives! We'll have snacks, activities, giveaways, and some awesome raffle prizes from local fitness studios (City Surf, Orangetheory, and Live Oak Yoga to name a few!). For more information, keep an eye on the Campus Health Instagram (@tucampushealth).

Navigating law school can be difficult at times and the added stress and anxiety that comes from the responsibilities of law school can become overwhelming and create problems in various parts of our lives. If you are experiencing such issues or if you are looking to create some change in your everyday life, then please consider attending some or all of the CAPS Law School Workshops.
Students are invited to drop in without feeling pressured to attend every week, and there is no need to register with CAPS.

New students, let us help you get acclimated to Tulane!
 
Get Connected is a 4-week semi-structured workshop series for students who recently joined the Tulane University family including Spring Scholars, international students and transfer students. Focus will be given on helping students acclimate to the University and the city of New Orleans, connect with campus partners who can assist students to adjust to their new environment, and creating a space for engagement with other new students. Join us as we collectively work to build a community of continued support.

Navigating law school can be difficult at times and the added stress and anxiety that comes from the responsibilities of law school can become overwhelming and create problems in various parts of our lives. If you are experiencing such issues or if you are looking to create some change in your everyday life, then please consider attending some or all of the CAPS Law School Workshops.
Students are invited to drop in without feeling pressured to attend every week, and there is no need to register with CAPS.

College is a unique time in your life. This series covers a number of important topics faced by students, often living on their own for the first time. These sessions lay the groundwork for establishing financial independence and making major decisions after college graduation – like buying a home, relocating for a job, and managing credit and debt.
 
Our second session will teach how to master your budget and prepare for all of the financial challenges that life throws at you.
 

Address issues looking at the impact of community engagement such as, community participation, activism, advocacy, and organizing, on the mental health and wellness outcomes among LGBTQ+ students. Dr. Laura Wernick bio.

New students, let us help you get acclimated to Tulane!
 
Get Connected is a 4-week semi-structured workshop series for students who recently joined the Tulane University family including Spring Scholars, international students and transfer students. Focus will be given on helping students acclimate to the University and the city of New Orleans, connect with campus partners who can assist students to adjust to their new environment, and creating a space for engagement with other new students. Join us as we collectively work to build a community of continued support.

College is a unique time in your life. This series covers a number of important topics faced by students, often living on their own for the first time. These sessions lay the groundwork for establishing financial independence and making major decisions after college graduation – like buying a home, relocating for a job, and managing credit and debt.
 
Our third session will be an introduction on the importance of personal credit and the easiest ways to build your credit profile.
 

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