Tulane and SCS have a long history of providing access to high-quality education for working adults, stretching back to the university’s first evening courses for adults in the 1880s. We offer a broad range of academic programs, typically in applied fields directly relevant to our students’ career paths. As a relatively new member of the Tulane community, I’m working with SCS staff and faculty to even more effectively support academic excellence and meaningful access to higher education for adults, while significantly expanding the school’s size and scope.
The 2017 re-launch of the SCS website is just one of many changes underway. Those who care about the school and its mission can look forward to creative new academic programs, enhanced support for students and faculty, and improved communications with our constituents. Perhaps the most visible change will be a new name for SCS – we are right now consulting with students, alumni, faculty and staff to choose a school name that directly reflects our focus on excellence in applied learning and access for adult students.