Tulane students begin online courses for rest of semester

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Tulane University students began online courses, Monday, March 23, for the rest of the spring semester. The university’s last day of in-person classes took place on Friday, March 13.

Students moved out of their residence halls on the uptown campus March 14-22, and during that time faculty made preparations to move their instruction to an online-only format. 


Chase Schupp, Tulane senior, taking notes from his Labor Economics class taught by Luca Fumarco, postdoctoral fellow at the Murphy Institute and Department of Economics. (Photo by Sally Asher)
(Left to right) Rebecca Yoon, and Yemi Olubowale, second year Tulane School of Medicine students, study at a table in the Lavin-Bernick Center for University Life, one of the buildings that is still open to students for studying with social distancing guidelines in place. (Photo by Sally Asher)