编辑：乐闻携尔 来源： 乐闻携尔 发布时间：2016-07-21
在Tulane University 杜兰大学就读是怎样一番体验，【携尔留学】给大家翻译整理了杜兰大学的留学体验，以供参考。
1.Academics: It's very easy to switch majors or to double major here. I have had some amazing professors and some less than satisfactory ones. The math intro classes have notoriously bad professors, but are a requirement for every major.
2.Academics: Finance is a pretty popular major, so there are tons of classes available. Also a lot of the finance courses are required for all business school majors. The business school facilities are pretty nice, with a stockroom simulation room. Also a lot of finance courses prepare you for real-life situations. One class consists of just compiling Burkenroad reports (common for businesses in the South I believe) with the professor, and another class involves keeping a stock portfolio and seeing how well you do.
3.Academics: I'm in the Business school and I'm given a multitude of free resources that are very nice. I can't speak for other schools within Tulane, but most of my professors have been great, though I have had a few really awful ones.
4.Majors: There are a lot of awesome and friendly teachers, who are super helpful and can help you find great opportunities and internships.
5.Majors: The B school has the best facilities and resources compared to any other school here at Tulane. The buildings are nicer, you get more individual attention,
6.Majors: The business school is well funded and has the most students of any program on campus. Tulane definitely focuses a lot on the business program and they're always bringing in speakers and job fairs and stuff specifically for us. We also have a huge alumni network. If you're a business major, you have to study abroad through the business school, which is kind of annoying because they don't have as many places to go as say a liberal arts major, but they're adding more every year.
7.Majors: I really enjoy the finance program. It is difficult, but worth it. A lot of attention is put on the business school at Tulane, so we get a lot of perks. We also get a lot of help with job and internship searches.
8.Diversity: What Tulane lacks in racial diversity, it makes up for in other ways. We are the most geographically diverse school in the country, and have many international students. There is a decent amount of religious diversity, although the majority of students are either Jewish or Christian. Tulane is a pretty liberal school, but there is still a decent amount of conservatives here as well.
9.Diversity: There's not that much diversity on campus, but everyone is really accepting.
10.Athletics: No one really gets excited about sports here, but since building Yulman Stadium, people actually attend football games and tailgate for them and that's pretty fun. Other than that, no one really seems to care about sports other than the athletes themselves.
体育：这里没人真的对体育非常狂热，但自从 Yulman 体育场建成以后，人们慢慢都去参与到橄榄球活动以及大集会中去了，那很有趣。除此之外，除了体育运动员他们自己，似乎没人对体育真的用心。
11.Athletics: Sports are a significant part of campus life. Football games are a very important event in the year, and everyone is involved in some way. The school spirit is extremely high for these games. Most students partake in some intramural sports.
12.Guys & Girls: There are a ton of Jewish kids from the Northeast here, earning the nickname Jewlane, but surprisingly they are not the majority. You will find people from all over and from all walks of life.
13.Guys & Girls: The girls here are all very beautiful, the guys here are either not very attractive or jerks. A lot of the students are wealthy white privileged kids that don't have much depth to them. I have been fortunate to find both a serious boyfriend and really cool, great friends who live on my floor, but not everyone will be that lucky.
14.Health & Safety: We are a school in New Orleans; however, I have not felt unsafe for one second while on campus. If you are smart, listen to the tips the police give you at orientation, and make good decisions, Tulane the areas around it are safe.
15.Health & Safety: Campus crime is rare, but there have been a string of rape/sexual assaults. I personally knew an assailant and a victim, and I think that the issue needs to be handled way more spanly. Yes, they do take punishment measures towards perpetrators, but there needs to be more education and prevention in the first place.
16.Administration: The administration is there when you deserve the trouble. Most of the time, you can easily get away with most drinking or drug use. As long as you are not blatantly obvious, you are good.
17.Administration: Tulane is pretty lenient with a lot of things, and pretty strict with others. Overall, your RAs and TUPD are mostly concerned with your safety, but if you are being stupid (drinking in the common room, making too much noise while pregaming in your room, or smoking weed in your room) there's a chance you will get caught and written up, or worse. It's not hard at all to break these rules, you just can't be stupid about them.
18.Campus Food: I looooove Bruff! Most people complain about it, but I regularly eat fresh fruit with a dairy product and nuts as well as a plate of veggies and vegan grains, and soup. Loyola also has a dining hall that Tulane students can eat at, but its options are severely limited in comparison to Bruff and I often find trouble finding health options that aren't just salad. The LBC also has a food court.
校园饮食：我超爱 Bruff那里的食物！很多人都抱怨那里不好，但我常常去吃那里的新鲜水果掺着奶制品，再来一盘素菜和谷类面食，一份汤。Loyola 那里也有学生们可以去吃饭的餐厅，但那里的食物种类和Bruff相比很有限，我常常在那找不到除了沙拉之外的健康食品。LBC那里还有一个美食广场。
19.Campus Food: Most students utilize Bruff to satisfy their hunger; it is fairly good for a college cafeteria. Students also have many other options.
20.Campus Housing: I love living on Campus because everything is close. Your friends, the food, and classes are in walking distance. This saves you money because you are not using gas.
21.Campus Housing: Beautiful campus with all the amenities (the gym, an indoor and outdoor pool, many quads, the cafeteria, a health food market, an all-night every-night diner, etc.) as well as all classes within a ten minute walk from any dorm. Very nicely kept grounds. Love the live oaks. Monroe is the best social freshman dorm. Butler is arguably the worst. The housing selection process is kind of a sh*t-show every year, but in the end it all works out.
22.Transportation: The Tulane shuttles can be a little slow at times, but they'll take you almost anywhere - downtown/uptown campus, Walmart, Target, Clearview Mall, Lakeside Mall, Whole Foods, Fresh Market, International Market...The streetcar is slow and unreliable. NORTA says it runs every 15 minutes. That is a bold faced lie. Buses are faster than streetcars, but don't expect them to be on schedule, either.
23.Transportation: It is extremely easy to get around the city and surrounding areas by the campus. Tulane offers free shuttles to different malls and areas of the city. City buses also run to the campus. The famous St. Charles street car also stops right outside the front of the campus.
24.Local Area: New Orleans offers an unparalleled college experience. There is literally ALWAYS something fun happening. There are always cool concerts at the House of Blues, fun college bars on every street corner, and of course Bourbon Street. There is also a bowling alley right next door to campus and a beautiful park and golf course across the street.
25.Local Area: New Orleans is one of the most amazing cities you will ever come across. It has so much culture and spirit and it really integrates well with our school. There is always somewhere new to explore and it never gets old.