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The Tulane University of Louisiana

Breakdown of “Perceived Campus Safety” at TUL

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By Gender
MalesB
FemalesB-
By Major
AccountingB+
ArchaeologyA
ArchitectureB+
Art & Design DepartmentF
BiologyC+
Business - Management and AdministrationB
Chemical EngineeringA+
CommunicationsB
Computer EngineeringC+
Computer ScienceA
Cultures/CivilizationB
EconomicsB
Engineering DepartmentA+
EnglishB
FinanceB+
History/Histories (art history/etc.)C+
Language - French/Spanish/etc.D
MathA+
Mechanical EngineeringB-
Music - PerformanceC-
Neuroscience/Cognitive ScienceB-
OtherC-
Perfomance ArtsB+
PhilosophyB-
PhysicsA+
Political ScienceB+
PreMed and MedicalB+
PsychologyB
Public HealthF
SociologyB-
UndecidedB+

Against similar schools

Perceived Campus Safety compared with similar schools in class.

Tulane University of Louisiana
 B
Average of All Schools
 B+
Average of schools in class
 B+

Harvard University
 B+
Cornell University
 A
Yale University
 B+
Stanford University
 A-
University of Southern California
 B
New York University
 B+
Brown University
 B+
F
A+

Perceived Campus Safety

... I simply worry about the future of this school and with the current situation of the levees and the upcoming hurricane season I do not feel safe ...Read full comment
... There has been some crime, but that can be expected in any city and it is nothing horrifying (occasional muggings, no one hurt) ...Read full comment
... The campus is located in the safest part of New Orleans, in Uptown, but just remember that New Orleans at night in the downtown area and other ne...Read full comment
... The classes are great and there is a lot of access to professors--just like there would be at another school in a safer area ...Read full comment
... However, a few cons, crime is bad ...Read full comment
... On a positive note, the campus is always well-kept and feels very safe ...Read full comment
... But I felt much more insecure about personal safety ...Read full comment
... Firstly, Katrina demolished the reputation of NOLA in general, and the crime attributed to the city does not attract many students ...Read full comment
... The buildings are old and outdated, services are lacking, the shuttles between campuses only run every 30 minutes, and the downtown campus is in ...Read full comment
... The bad is that it's grossly overpriced and, at least while I was there, one big crime riddled campus ...Read full comment
... Good: Solid Academics, oppurtunities for those who take advantage, improving student body Bad: lack of PhD programs in many disciplines (dept p...Read full comment
... Crime is a major problem for the city ...Read full comment
... I cannot say I EVER felt safe on this crime-riddled piece of property ...Read full comment
... Tulane University is one of those special places that allows you to grow and experience new things in a safe and nurturing environment ...Read full comment
... The buildings are old and outdated, services are lacking, the shuttles between campuses only run every 30 minutes, and the downtown campus is in ...Read full comment
... In fact it is rather violent with many crimes ...Read full comment
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