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In accordance with Tulane’s return to campus plan, the Office of the University Registrar has resumed operations during normal business hours. Transcripts may still be ordered online at https://registrar.tulane.edu/transcriptInformation for Investigators. We are available and look forward to assisting you!

Consortium Registration

Tulane, Loyola, Dillard, UNO (ROTC courses only) and Xavier Universities have a consortium agreement that allows eligible full-time undergraduate students to take up to two (2) courses in a Fall or Spring semester at any one of the schools within the consortium, with the approval of the student’s dean and advisor. Cross enrollment is only allowed in the fall and spring terms.

Eligibility

Tulane Students

Effective Fall 2020, consortium registration for Newcomb-Tulane College students will be limited to online courses only that are offered at Loyola University, Dillard University and Xavier University.

Eligible students will be permitted to enroll in a maximum of two courses, or up to 6 credit hours, under the consortium agreement. Students must be registered in at least nine credits of coursework at Tulane in the semester of Loyola, Dillard or Xavier registration and may not use the Loyola, Dillard or Xavier credits to satisfy core curriculum requirements or school-specific core requirements. Additional restrictions may apply; interested students should contact their Academic Advisor.

Students are financially responsible for course fees associated with courses taken at the host school, (example: lab, studio, or theater fees). All course fees must be paid in full before the end of the term directly to the host institution to allow transcripts to be sent to Tulane and grades to be posted to the Tulane academic record.

Consortium registration for Tulane Students will be accepted at Loyola, Dillard, and Xavier is determined by each institution. Please contact partner institutions for more information.

  • School
  • Loyola
  • Dillard
  • Xavier
  • Date
  • November 17, 2020
  • TBA
  • TBA

Procedure

1) Make an appointment with your academic advisor and bring a completed Tulane Student Consortium Approval Form. Your academic advisor will review each course.

2) You must have the course evaluated by the appropriate department if you would like the course to apply toward a major or minor. The chair or department advisor will sign the form and indicate approval or not.

3) Submit the completed form and register for the courses at the partner institution. These forms may be accepted electronically, in the event you cannot physically visit the campus.

4) Once you have completed your registration at the partner instruction, submit a copy of your completed Tulane Consortium Approval Form to the Office of the University Registrar, registrar@tulane.edu, so that the course will appear on your Tulane transcript.

Visiting Students

Effective Fall 2020, consortium registration at Tulane will be limited to online courses only. Courses offered on ground will not be eligible for consortium registration due to COVID-19 health concerns, with the exception of ROTC enrollment. ROTC students will be allowed to register in on-campus courses with documentation of COVID-19 testing which will be required at regular intervals. COVID-19 testing will be provided at the Tulane University Student Health Center to ROTC students. Proof of testing will be collected in Tulane Registrar’s Office as a condition of continued enrollment in all ROTC courses. Consortium registration forms will be accepted after Tulane students have had the opportunity to enroll in these offering beginning Monday, November 30, 2020.

If you are a student at Loyola, Dillard, UNO or Xavier and would like to take a class at Tulane University, you can view course offerings at Tulane at: https://classschedule.tulane.edu. Here you can browse course offerings and select a course that works with your schedule.

To view open online courses:

  • Select Level = undergraduate
  • Campus = Distance Learning
  • Status = Open

If there is a prerequisite listed in the “course notes” you can verify with your advisor at your university to confirm you meet the requirements for the course.

  • Some courses also require departmental or instructor approval. In order to gain this approval, you will need to reach out to either the department of the instructor.
    • You can find contact information for instructors by searching their name on the main page of the University
    • When you receive approval, you can forward that email to registrar@tulane.edu with the subject line “[Your Name] Consortium Departmental/Instructor Approval”
  • If a class has no open seats, we can add you to the waitlist, if available. Please note that not all courses have waitlists. Speak with a Tulane Office of the Registrar staff member and ask to be waitlisted. If a spot opens in the course and you are at the top of the waitlist, you will be notified via your Tulane email and given 48 hours to register for the class. You can forward this email to registrar@tulane.edu and ask to be added to the class, or you can call us at (504)-865-5231 to register once you receive notice. Additionally, you will need to contact your home University (Loyola, Dillard, UNO, Xavier) about being registered in the course.
  • If you would like to take a foreign language through the consortium, you must first complete Tulane’s language placement form. To access this form, you will need a Tulane ID and password.
    • Once you have your ID and password, you can access and complete the language placement form here: https://lp.tulane.edu.
    • When you have received an email notifying you of your placement, you can email registrar@tulane.edu to register for the class. Please use the subject line of the email, “[Your Name] Consortium Language Placement.”

Procedure

LOYOLA STUDENTS

1) Students must complete Loyola Consortium Registration Form and obtain the approval of their advisor or department chair and the Associate Dean or Dean of their College.

2) Students must first register for their course(s) in the Office of Student Records (Thomas Hall 204) or email sturec@loyno.edu. Students must then complete their registration in the Registrar’s Office or send a copy of completed Loyola Consortium Registration Form and Consortium Student Information Packet to registrar@tulane.edu. If the course is not available, please return to the Office of Student Records and drop the course from your Loyola schedule.

3) If during the semester, you withdraw from the class, it is your responsibility to withdraw from the class at the Tulane University, as well as from Loyola.

DILLARD STUDENTS

1) Students must complete their school’s consortium registration form and obtain the approval of their advisor or department chair and the Associate Dean or Dean of their College.

2) Students must first register for their course(s) in the Office of Records and Registration. Students must then complete their registration in the Registrar’s Office or send copy of their completed school consortium registration form and Consortium Student Information Packet to registrar@tulane.edu. If the course is not available, please return to the Office of Records and Registration drop the course from your Dillard schedule.

3) If during the semester, you withdraw from the class, it is your responsibility to withdraw from the class at the Tulane University as well as from Dillard.

XAVIER STUDENTS

1. Students must complete their school’s consortium registration form and obtain the approval of their advisor or department chair and the Associate Dean or Dean of their College.

2. Students must first register for their course(s) in the Registrar’s Office at Xavier University. Students must then complete their registration in the Registrar’s Office or send copy of their completed school consortium registration form and Consortium Student Information Packet to registrar@tulane.edu.If the course is not available, please return to the Registrar’s Office at Xavier and drop the course from your Xavier schedule.

3. If during the semester, you withdraw from the class, it is your responsibility to withdraw from the class at the Tulane University, as well as from Xavier.

UNO STUDENTS (ROTC only)

1. Students must complete their school’s consortium registration form and obtain the approval of their advisor or department chair and the Associate Dean or Dean of their College.

2. Students must then complete their registration in the Registrar’s Office or send copy of completed UNO Consortium Registration Form and completed school consortium registration form and Consortium Student Information Packet to registrar@tulane.edu. Students must then provide confirmation of enrollment to the Registrar’s Office at UNO.

3. If during the semester, you withdraw from the class, it is your responsibility to withdraw from the class at the Tulane University, as well as from UNO.

4. An official transcript will be sent to UNO at the end of the semester.

Contact

For questions, please email registrar@tulane.edu.