We are excited that you are considering Tulane University as your future academic andathletics destination. The compliance office encourages you to use this site and the links provided to help in the transition to becoming a member of the Green Wave family in accordance with all applicable NCAA and American rules.
Initial Eligibility - Academics & Amateurism
The first step toward eligibility is registration with the Eligibility Center. This should be completed as soon as possible. Please visit the NCAA Initial-Eligibility Center Website to register and begin the process toward initial eligibility. Make sure to answer all questions completely and honestly and do not hesitate to contact the compliance office if you have any questions or concerns.
The next step is ensuring that you are taking and passing the necessary high school classes in order to be eligible to compete in NCAA athletics. Please pay particular attention to the increased initial eligibility standards for those students enrolling on or after August 1, 2016.
All prospective student-athletes must be certified as amateurs prior to competing in intercollegiate athletics. The NCAA certifies the status of all incoming student-athletes. Please consult the following resources for more information concerning initial eligibility and amateurism requirements.
Tulane Admissions & Financial Aid
During your senior year of high school, you should apply to Tulane University using the online application. Tulane offers a wide variety of financial aid options including academic merit and need-based scholarships. Please visit the links below for more information and resources, including the Tulane Net Price Calculator.
International Prospective Student-Athletes International prospective may face unique circumstances concerning eligibility and amateurism. The resource below provides excellent information for international students.
Though these resources are helpful, the Tulane athletics compliance office recognizes that many questions may arise during the initial eligibility and admissions process. Therefore, if you have any questions, concerns, or feedback, please feel free to contact us:
Jason T. Gray
Assistant Provost for NCAA Compliance
(504) 314-7210 or email@example.com
Erinn Banks, J.D.
Associate Director of NCAA Compliance
(504) 862-8242 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Ryan Bidlack Associate Director of NCAA Compliance - Financial Aid and Eligibility (504) 865-5344 or email@example.com