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Madison is the site of Tulane's newest campus, located at the corner of Main Street and US Highway 51. The campus enrolls part-time students seeking undergraduate credit in the liberal arts, sciences, business studies, media arts, and computing.

Contact information

2115 Main Street
Madison, MS 39110

(601) 605-0007

  • 250 average enrollment
  • 35 faculty
  • 40 courses taught

Office Hours

Monday - Thursday
9:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. (during semester)
9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (off-semester)

Friday 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (year-round)


Not all degrees and programs are offered at each campus. Please consult an adviser or program director for details.


Madison Campus non-credit offerings (fall 2014)

Getting to Know Your iPad
October 24, 2014

Breaking the ICE (ice breaker): What are the iPad generations?

  • overview of the similarities/differences in generations
  • getting familiar with the buttons
  • getting to know the settings (setting up/customizing)
    (Bluetooth,wi-fi,cellular,notification center,General,etc)
  • getting to know the App Store
    • creating Apple ID
    • installing apps

Activity will include inventing an IPAD of your own "Bring your A game"!
Note: Make sure that iPad is up to date (iOS 6,7,or 8) and fully charged.
Time: 10:30am-1:30pm
Cost: $10

Introduction to Excel
November 7, 2014

After successful completion of this session, participants can expect to have the skills required to work efficiently in an existing worksheet and to also create new worksheets from a template and from scratch.
The topics to be included are:

  • advantages of electronic spreadsheets
  • creation of basic spreadsheets by entering texts, values, and formulas
  • use of templates
  • use of built-in functions
  • editing spreadsheets
  • Excel shortcuts and toolbars
  • formatting spreadsheets and cells
  • printing

Time: 10:30am-1:30pm
Cost: $10

Introduction to Grant and Proposal Writing
November 14, 2014

An introduction to the art and science of writing successful grants and proposals, this short course includes:

  • idea generation and development
  • identifying potential sources of funding
  • working with funders
  • targeting the specific audience
  • the essentials of scientific research
  • needs assessment
  • program evaluation
  • developing an award-winning application
  • budgeting
  • cover letters, community support and other requirements
  • good writing
  • and valuable tips for success

Time: 10:30am-1:30pm
Cost: $10


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