WHAT: More than 1,890 freshmen —Tulane’s largest and most diverse first-year class ever— will arrive on campus Friday to move into their student residences for Move-In Day.
WHO: Incoming students and their families, Tulane President Mike Fitts, Satyajit Dattagupta, vice president of enrollment management, and other Tulane officials.
WHEN: 9 a.m., Friday, Aug. 25
WHERE: President Fitts will greet students and families at Butler House, Wall Residential College, Paterson House, Sharp, Monroe, Warren House and Josephine Louise residence halls. View a campus map here.
MORE: The first-year class includes a projected 1,897 students. Here's a look at the Class of 2021 by the numbers:
The annual arrival of Tulane students on campus has a big impact on the local economy. A recent report estimated that Tulane students from outside New Orleans have a $133.5 million annual spending impact, supporting 1,520 full-time equivalent local jobs.