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Madison Campus

  • 2115 Main Street
    Madison, MS 39110
  • (601) 605-0007 |
  • 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.
    Saturday: 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. (during semester)

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.

Spring 2016 Madison Campus Non-Credit Offerings

To register for our non-credit classes, please e-mail or or call (601) 605-0007.

Beginning Photography

  • Date: April 15, 2016
  • Time: 10:30AM – 1:30PM
  • Facilitator: Martha Grace Gray
  • Cost: $10

Beginning photographers have an opportunity to sharpen their skills with professional photographer, Martha Grace Gray, owner of Martha Grace Gray Photography Studios.  Learn the basics of photography including how to select the best camera equipment, an overview of manual settings, and how to print your images.

Bring your dslr camera and camera manual to class.  We will photograph around the Tulane campus and will enjoy friendly critiques of our photographic handiwork.  This class is a perfect way to start and/or improve your basic photography skills.

Stress Management

  • Date: April 22, 2016
  • Time: 10:30AM – 1:30PM
  • Facilitator: John “Chris” Webb
  • Cost: $10

This seminar will introduce participants to stress management techniques in a fun and interactive way. Mind-body techniques will be explored as well as the basic tenants of positive psychology. In addition, boundary-setting and cognitive reframing will be covered.

Introduction to Grant and Proposal Writing

  • Date: April 29, 2016
  • Time: 10:30AM – 1:30PM
  • Facilitator: Dr. Anthony Mawson
  • Cost: $10

Grantsmanship is an art and a science that takes practice and experience. Successful grantsmanship also requires insider knowledge of the basic elements and skills that funders look for. This short course for beginning grant writers includes: developing an idea into an impressive proposal; preparing a compelling executive summary; identifying and working with potential funding agencies and officers; making the case for funding; developing the methods, plans and tasks for implementation; how to evaluate your program; how to create and justify your budget; when to partner or collaborate with others; the essential need for letters of recommendation and community support; tips for good writing, and other keys for success.

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

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