Tulane to Host COLLEGE DISRUPTED Panel - Maximizing the Freshman Year Experience

Marie Campione
On July 17, Tulane University will host College Disrupted, a panel featuring four Tulane graduates who began college in the devastating wake of Hurricane Katrina. While Tulane's campus was closed during the 2005 fall semester, freshmen scattered across the country. Some lived at home, taking local college classes, while others enrolled temporarily at institutions around the world before returning to Tulane in the spring semester.

The alumni—now in their 30s—will discuss maximizing the freshman experience when it doesn't go as imagined. As colleges routinely shift and re-shift their reopening plans, the panelists will offer first-year college students their advice, stories of success, and guidance on navigating an anything-but-normal freshman year.

Register for the event here. We hope attendees find this panel useful and reassuring as students launch their college careers. This webinar will be recorded and available online for those unable to attend.