In the fall of 2005, New Orleans colleges and universities were forced to shutter their campuses due to the effects of Hurricane Katrina. As a result, thousands of freshmen from around the city were no longer able to start their college careers as expected and instead temporarily attended hundreds of other institutions around the world.
In this panel, graduates of Tulane University who were freshmen during that semester will discuss their experiences and how they might relate to the current upheaval facing new college students around the country due to the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. While these two events are different in many ways, it's our hope that this panel might help graduating high school seniors feel a little more comfortable as they embark on their college careers in unusual circumstances.
This webinar has limited capacity, so please submit only one registration per student. If you later determine you are no longer able to attend, please be sure to cancel your registration to allow other students to participate.