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Are there any Tulane graduates and/or professors who would be interested in speaking with me about the school?

Elaborating beyond the comment I added:

What I wrote:

I hope so. Great question, but I’m curious if they feel comfortable to answer here publicly. You may want to reach out to them directly though admitsee, the university’s website and alumni association.

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I imagine you went to the University’s website, as I suggested, but as you know, it’s one big brochure that will most likely say Tulane is the best (or a version of it). That’s why you came here and tried out the question. This type of question is starting to grow on Quora and I hope you get even better answers.

However, in the meantime, I understand your needs. As a result, I shared one of the best resources I know to get direct feedback from current students.

I can’t place a link to Admitsee here (but you can find it easy by just searching admitsee) because Quora will probably come in here and ban the answer with their higher levels of filtering these days — even without commercial intent. I simply believe in AdmitSee, know the team and know they have altruistic and beautiful wishes to help kids like you. You can find many students there who probably went to Tulane. If you google “admitsee tulane,” you’ll see down the page results like these:

These are former students and for a very inexpensive fee, you can probably learn much more.

In terms of the alumni association, I don’t know if you know that LinkedIn really makes it very easy to connect with alumni there. You can literally search:

Don’t click on the first result, but do on the second. It will get you 63,128 alumni that you can connect with (and hopefully) ask your questions:

The number of columns will most likely grow. I wrote an answer years ago about the largest college alumni association. I’m sure these numbers have changed since.

Best of luck!