Graduate Housing

University housing for graduate students is limited and is allotted on a first-come, first-served basis. Graduate students and families can apply to live at the Deming Pavilion on Tulane's health sciences campus downtown. There is usually a waiting list for this facility, so applications should be submitted as soon as possible after you decide to attend Tulane.  Consult with Tulane's Office of Housing and Residential Life for more information.

Tulane has recently added an Off-Campus Housing search engine to help you identify residences, find a roommate, and avoid scams and fraud. If you have not secured housing through the search engine, we recommend that you arrive in New Orleans at least two weeks prior to the start of the semester or sooner, if possible, to search for accommodations. The uptown campus is in a residential area and a variety of accommodations are usually available, though less expensive housing is typically found a few miles from campus. Public transportation, including the St. Charles Avenue streetcar and bus lines, connects the campus with the Garden District, the Central Business District, and the French Quarter. The Off-Campus Residents' Association (OCRA) sponsors a Facebook group with posts about roommates, off-campus properties, and used furniture. The Off-Campus Housing Guide for international students and scholars is of use to all students looking for off-campus housing. Crime maps are available for Orleans Parish.