Samantha Hilsenrod Discusses Tulane University

11 Jan

Located in New Orleans, Tulane University has educated students since 1834. Originally founded as the Medical College of Louisiana, Tulane University merged with the University of Louisiana in 1847. Four decades later, the state’s legislature officially recognized it as Tulane University, a private institution.

Today, Tulane University serves as the educational home to more than 13,000 students. The school’s 8,000 undergraduates concentrate on fields such as architecture, business, public health and tropical medicine, and social sciences. Its humanities and fine arts programs features majors and minors including journalism, musical composition, jazz studies, and art studio. Those seeking an advanced degree can enroll in the institution’s master’s and doctoral programs at its School of Science and Engineering, School of Law, and School of Social Work, among other facilities.

About the Author:

The recipient of a Bachelor of Arts in Communications and Spanish from Tulane University, Samantha Hilsenrod received merit-based scholarships during her four years as an undergraduate. A member of Chabad and Phi Eta Sigma National Honor Society, Hilsenrod also took dance classes at the school.

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