Friday, September 02, 2005

The Bright Side

Dr. Cowen just annouced there is no fall semester at Tulane, and more importantly, Tulane has no plan to keep us all together. Is this distressing? I don't think so. Let's look at the positive aspects. He is willing to accept credits from all accredited institutions. This means we can go to any school we want to. I suggest that you all see if you can get into a local school and take a light load. While you are at school, spend some time figuring out how YOU can help the effort- not just to help New Orleans but to help Tulane. The first thing is obvoiusly donating to a charity, that's a done deal. Then consider how you can raise both awareness of the effort as well as the value of Tulane in your local communities. We need to establish a grass-roots campaign in everyone's local communities that will help us recruit new freshmen for next year as well as generate morale among current students. Currently, I'm working with a lot of people on two main things. First is to formulate a plan on how you can get involved with the efforts in your local communities- by raising awareness. Second would be to begin my foundation- which will coordinate a massive effort to raise money for victims of the hurricane and spread word about Tulane in the public eye. The foundation would need a lot of help fron every one of you, and with the amount of support you have already shown; I doubt that will be a problem.

Let's just hang on and slowly start to put our lives back together. Nothing is lost, everything is just on hold. I will post again soon, as I begin to start talking about the massive relief effort that NEEDS to take place. I hope you will all continue supporting this site, as I will update you soon with more info on the relief, and of course with any news I get about uptown.

Brett Hyman

77 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I just wanted to let u know that I am genuinely impressed by the work you have done over the last few days and the show of support by the Tulane community. Once you have finalized any plans please keep us updated because I know I would love to start getting the word out here in the DFW area. Good luck and God Bless.

5:22 PM  
Anonymous sandy - tulane '05 said...

thanks for posting brett. i'm a tulane alum, may 2005. a few of us in ny have been working hard to get a relief in bryant park, nyc. it's definitely important to keep interest in tulane. i'm going to my old high school to talk on behalf of tulane and encourage seniors to still apply and not let katrina scare them away. i think anyone who can go to his/her old high school definitely should. tulane needs our support and continued interest of prospective students. i will keep you posted on our ny hurricane katrina relief fundraiser we've coined "save nola." we want all tulane alumni and currently displaced students to come as well as all those who want to donate to the victims of hurricane katrina.
thanks again,
sandy

5:25 PM  
Blogger Kelly Gaus said...

I agree that it's important to keep up interest -- I'm going abroad this year (lucky, lucky me), but I want to have a Tulane to come back to! This isn't really related but if anyone has any information on the TEMS kids who stayed in New Orleans, please please let me know, I'd like to know if Tom Hutton is okay. Thanks yall.

5:37 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Why can't Cowen put up a website to answer the many questions we have? Things like graduation 2006? Will that be in May or in December? What if school does not start in January? Do we take courses for a whole year and just show up for graduation? Based on the attachment, Cowen thinks that should be worth $32,000 plus any extra money we have to pay to our visting Universities. I realize it's easy to criticize a difficult decision but it seems of all the issues that were important Tulane's financial interests were a priority. Does he really think that a university that charges $7000 should charge a student $16,000 and send it to Tulane?
Can we transfer without our information being available?

Very frustrating to be waiting this long for an answer that just raises more questions.

5:46 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Cowen needs to be considerably more forthcoming with financial information. If the lawyers are preventing him from refunding tuition, he should explain that at least. If the lawyers are not preventing him from refunding tuition, he needs to dip into the endowment and refund the tuition. Now. He has to let go. To let go of the semester. To let go of the athletes he has been busing around the South. To let go of the tuition money. Once he lets go, this community will be fully behind him.

6:06 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I heard that Tulane is not accepting applications for next years incoming freshmen...How is Tulane planning on this?

6:15 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The absence of simpy any two-way email communication implies that Tulane does not want that almost one week out from the disaster. Two-way communication - or any way to email the administration - is certainly a minimum. WHy would you want a vacuum? We can appreciate that none was in place for the first few days, but if Tulane does want to reinforce loyalties and help its students and their parents, some method to dialogue would seem to be doable since all of the U.S. did not go down. Hint -

6:25 PM  
Anonymous Finley Smith said...

I personally agree that Tulane should not be able to charge us tuition if we are not attending the school. However, if an institution that we are currently attending wishes to donate the money spent on their school to Tulane, that is perfectly acceptable. The exception would be if you were attending a school that is far cheaper then Tulane and they are charging you Tulane tuition prices. Another thing to keep in mind is that it is not very practical to simply refund everyones tuition. That would involve a lot of time and energy at a time when the university does not have full acess to its facilities and staff. A much better idea would be to simply roll over our tuition for this semester into the next semester, or whenever we return to classes at Tulane. That way we are not charged extra and the school doesn't have to waste time and energy that can be better spent on more beneficial acticities.

6:30 PM  
Anonymous Emily Chin said...

when will you be on FOX news?

6:40 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Not really sure where all this financial talk come from. I did not see anywhere in Cowen statement a plan for tuition. Although I agree it would be nice to have some questions answered, give Cowen some time. In the mean time, keep as many options as possible open.

6:41 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Could someone in Adminstration comment on the overseas students? Will Tulane be keeping track of them and making sure the tuition we have paid to Tulane is transferred to the host university? Will financial aid packages be administered, as well?

6:47 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

From: Pamela Shaw, Freeman faculty member working with the Burkenroad Reports program. I am maintaining a contact list of Freeman School faculty, staff, students and alumni. The list includes names, e-mail addresses, requests for help and offers of assistance. Please send contact information (e-mail is sufficient) along with any questions to pamela.shaw@gmail.com. Please identify the program you are in. You can access the list at http://brocktice.com:20000/
abfreeman/show/HomePage.

I will try to find an appropriate person to respond to your questions as you make your plans for fall.

6:52 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Im just wondering if you all think that Tulane will be open for spring semester or not, because theres a big difference than taking a semester off than taking a year off... if anyone has any advide please post

6:56 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Brett, all of your comments have been helpful...so could you please address the possibility of not having a Spring Semester? What do you think will happen

7:09 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm sure it means nothing, but if you noticed in the Cowen update that he made a point to say that we are allowed to enroll in these universities for the fall semester ONLY. I imagine that he was just trying to say that we can't stay at those universities for the rest of our college lives, but he could've easily said that we could take classes at the other universities until classes resume at tulane. But again, I'm probably reading way too much into his statement.

I honestly believe that we will be back for classes in January. That is a long time from now, and by then the city won't be completely back to normal (if it ever is) but it will be good enough.

7:20 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The financial talk came from this in the statement of conditions:

"Admit students only on a visiting or provisional basis, so that they remain students of their home institution; Do not charge tuition if the student has already paid tuition to the home institution; and if the student has not paid the home institution, charge the home institution’s rate of tuition and remit that amount to the home institution"

so basicly if you haven't paid tulane tuition yet, you will be paying it EVEN if you attend a local college that costs less that half the price.

7:37 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

There is a new Hurricane Katrina support group/message board available for anyone

www.katrinatalk.org

7:40 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

is anyone doing their fall semester in northern california??

7:53 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have a question and would love it it someone (BRETT) has an answer. I am planning on holding out for tulane and getting an internship or volunteering this semster, since it seems as though tulane will keep the tuition I paid, even if i only take one class. Can we get a refund for the semester? or at least a credit for the spring semester? graduation december 06 here we come...

7:56 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I know that everyone here has alot of questions regarding their future and Tulane's as well. Be aware that Tulane is a MINOR problem in the middle of the biggest disaster that the United States has ever experienced. Scott Cowen, all of Tulane's administration and every New Orleans resident is currently homeless. To expect them to have made every minor decision regarding the University (tuition etc etc) is simply unreasonable. A week ago things were going as usual. The desisions that Cowen has to make at this point are huge and I am impressed with his daily posts considering the fact that he could not have seen any of this coming less than a week and a half ago. I would also like to point out that Tulane exists beyond its uptown borders- there are SO many important decisions that Cowen has had to make that we will never know about. Please be patient, I am sure that the administration is doing as much as they can given the unfathomable proportions of this disaster. Waiting one more day or even 4 will not make a huge difference. Most of us still have homes and incomes. Many people in New Orleans, Mississippi and Alabama have nothing.

7:58 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Admit students only on a visiting or provisional basis, so that they remain students of their home institution; Do not charge tuition if the student has already paid tuition to the home institution; and if the student has not paid the home institution, charge the home institution’s rate of tuition and remit that amount to the home institution"

I don't think they can legally do that. I am sure Tulane doesn't want to lose the revenue. But, if you go to a state school where the tuition per credit our is a fraction of Tulane's, the state school will not legally be able to charge you the higher rate, because you are a visiting student. There are bound to be some regulations they have to follow for billing tuition. You can pay the difference back to Tulane as a gift for rebuilding if you want. If you go to a private school, where they are willing to waive your tuition, go for it. I looked through all these posts and can't find many schools that are willing to do this. It is one thing to allow students to visit for a semester, but they are businesses.

It may be necessary to withdraw from Tulane for a semester. There are some published deadlines for doing that at Tulane and getting 100% credit. It may be necessary for some students to do this in order to pay for classes at another Institution.

I'd like to see a list of all the schools accepting Tulane students and maybe a notation for those accepting students for free. I suspect that will be a small percentage of the schools on the list. My assumption at this point is we may end up paying for the credit hours at the school this semester. This is another reason to look to home state schools, where the costs will be minimized.

I have to research the idea of withdrawing from classes at Tulane this semester, and what impact that would have on financial aid, scholarships etc. I'll share what info I found out here.

7:59 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi. I can't believe that post about Tulane NOT having any plans for the students. I'm posting because I wanted to let you know that NEW YORK UNIVERSITY will be taking anyone in the affected region as a visiting student starting this weekend and you can go to www.nyu.edu to get more info. The condition is that this is intended for students who have family in the area, or near the NYC area and are able to commute to campus because the dorms are full. Just thought it would be worthwhile for anyone who is a native new yorker. Our thoughts and hopes are with you.

8:03 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

tulane's got a basic site back up on the normal www.tulane.edu

8:11 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

of course this is not the most important thing right now, but i am rather annoyed: if i am going to be a visiting student at a community college, my aprents are screwed. the tuition [not even including financial aid] is less than what my meal plan for the fall semester cost my parents! it is absurd for my parents to not have their money either refunded or transfered to another semester.

and, by the way, NYU was rather obnoxious this past week. only recently, when they learned that other higher institutions were accepting students, did they decide to admit NOLA students. they are just trying to save face.

8:12 PM  
Anonymous Cara - Tulane '04 said...

Brett,

Thank you so much for working so diligently to keep the Tulane Community in the know. Your dedication is inspiring to this alum of 04 and I thank you for the passion you have help keep up throughout this tough time.

In regards to starting to get support for the rebuilding efforts, some of your fellow Tulanians have had the same idea and have started http://www.nolahurricanefund.com through CACTUS (Tulane's Community Service Org.). This may be a great way for all of us to start helping out.

Please let the alums around the country how we can help out!

8:29 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Meanwhile, a number of our schools are actively pursuing arrangements to enable displaced students to study at Harvard this fall. Among other examples, Harvard College intends to accept and waive tuition for up to 25 visiting students from areas affected by Katrina, and Harvard Law School is making similar plans, in cooperation with the Association of American Law Schools, for up to 25 law students from Tulane and Loyola-New Orleans. Other Harvard schools are pursuing further arrangements along these lines. Relevant information will be made available on the Web pages of the individual schools"

from Harvard's website...some may be waving tuition

8:41 PM  
Anonymous jessica said...

i'm on full-tuition scholarship; i don't have the means to spend an amount equal to the tuition of tulane for a semester. i wonder if my scholarship will be extended or if i'm expected to go to school full time in order to graduate in the allotted four years i have. i thought i might receive help from tulane with tuition elsewhere, but with the lack of communication, i don't think that's going to happen. and i guess i don't really expect help; no reason to place any more burden on the school. i just wish i knew what the hell to do.

9:32 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yes but you have to be carefull about the supposed waived tuition, in many cases the schools are offering a waived tuition which correspods to the stipulations listed in the website linked to Cowen's last post. Basicly you have waived tuition if you've already paid tuition for Tulane. Now, that may be all right for Harvard because they cost about the same, or slightly more then Tulane does, but you run in to a problem when we start talking about cheaper colleges. For example the University of Connecticut is "waiving" tuition for CT students attending hurricane effected schools, but if you read the fine print, you only get the waiver if you have proof that you have paid tuition at your school. If your school gives you a refund, then you have to pay regular UConn prices...which wouldn't be so bad except if Tulane doesn't give a refund you are paying Tulane prices for an in state UConn education...now doesn't that seem just a bit wrong?

9:34 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Don't you all think that part of the reason we have to pay Tulane prices might be because these will end counting to your Tulane degree, not a community college degree?

The statement basically said if you had covered your Tulane tuition, your tuition at another school is covered.

Everybody should just also just relax and see what other information is forthcoming and just because all your answers didn't come at one time, doesn't mean that they aren't coming. Cowen and company also have to worry about other things like retaining professors so that Tulane can reopen in the spring.

9:46 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The tuition stipulations are ridiculous. Universities are graciously opening their doors, in many cases really extending themselves to accomodate affected students, and there is NO WAY Tulane is entitled to payment for services not rendered.

Businesses carry Business Interuption insurance. My guess is Tulane has no such coverage. But the burden needs to fall on the institution, and the VOLUNTARY efforts of alumni and friends, not coerced from students and their parents, who already face unplanned expenses, losses, etc.

I know that in the case of the University of Virginia, they responded on behalf of Virginia residents immediately, unconditionally, without hesitation, and with compassion. I have to say, sadly, that is not the case for President Cowen, who seems totally out of touch with reality.

Do you think that faculty are getting paid in the interim? I hear that they may not. Do you think that they have heard from their leadership? I hear that they have not. When a Dean has to read the emergency web site for scant information, that is sad.

I read that Cornell University is welcoming displaced faculty, not just students. Maybe they are onto something.

10:02 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

So that's it? Tulane doesn't need to hold classes? Just mail in your check, attend any institution of your choice, and get your diploma? What a deal! The Univeristy of Phoenix with a pelican pedigree!

Suddenly, the hungry, desperate Pelican has eyed its young, and decided to take a big bite!

Munch

10:08 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The University of Texas is opening its doors to all affected students, including Tulane, at in state tuition rates.

Who is Tulane to dictate to the people of Texas how they share their generosity?

Strikes me that Cowen has the cart before the horse. He is showing little good faith or concern for his students. That will come back to bite the school -- Alumni need to send the man a message.

How do I promote the University I love, encourage next year's prospective students, try to raise funds and help for my school, when their first step out of the box is so darn clumsy?

Maybe I am wasting my time?

10:18 PM  
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10:39 PM  
Blogger Potty said...

So, have any graduate students inquired at schools about this? I was going to be on a teaching assistanceship this year, which pays my tuition. However, I don't know if it was paid because I can't access the accounts receivable web site nor webmail which would contain a statement reflecting such a payment. I'm not even sure it would make a difference, since I obviously won't be performing TA duties. Some places aren't even doing this for graduate students.

Any word?

10:55 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm a worried mom. my kid goes to tulane on merit and need based shcolarships, loans and grants. She was depending on her work study job to eat and pay rent. Does that money go into a black hole? We can't afford to set her up at another school. a year at Tulane costs more than we make in a year. will the tuition roll over for next term in the tulane account? and how does that affect next years financial aid?

12:43 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

OK kids, this is mom speaking. I can see the tone of this blog has, appropriately, changed and people are now talking in the serious way this matter deserves to be discussed.

Tulane needs $200,000,000 from FEMA, immediately, or it might well go under. Why could it go under? Because $100,000,000 is about 7,000 times 15,000, which I estimate is the stream of anticipated tuition for this semester, and if Tulane has gotten it from you already, frankly, Tulane kinda owes it back to you. And if Tulane pays you back, how can it pay its profs, its workers, its hospital staff, its coaches. I am adding 100,000,000 for next semester and hospital revenue such as it is.

Tulane is the largest employer in New Orleans. It is the third largest employer in Louisiana. More than its buildings and its bars, New Orleans is its people. So lets get together and get the FEMA money to the place it needs to go first and foremost -- Tulane.

3:12 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

New Orleans is its people, yes. And far more deserving of any "FEMA money" are the people who are devastated -- real people -- not Tulane. Are you kidding me? Let the well healed save the institution, IF it is worth saving (and I think it is, and will put money where my mouth is coming from), but Tulane is entitled to $0.

In times like this, you find the true character of a person, and an institution. If Tulane, indeed, has any, it will survive just fine. If not, it will sink, just like the ground it is built on.

4:51 AM  
Blogger Schiffman said...

Two quick things-
1) In response to someone elses blog, OF COURSE Tulane will be accepting applications. That was never, EVER an question.

2) Brett is doing a great job with this, but remember, he has no more knowedge than you or I in regards to tuition, spring semester, etc. The blogs he offers are his opintions and educated guesses.

8:29 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I attended Tulane back in 1975/76 and want to help out if anyone there you know needs housing in Florida. If you know anyone who is relocating to teh Orlando/Central Florida region - let me know at vrman@cfl.rr.com. UCF is accepting Tulane students, and they have a small satellite campus about 20 minutes away from me. Let me know if there is anything else I can do - we are volunteering for the Red cross, donating to charitable organizations, writing to our government reps, working to stop the human impact on global warming and offering to share our home with displaced NOLAers. It will get better - we survived three hurricanes last year!

8:22 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I attended Tulane back in 1975/76 and want to help out if anyone there you know needs housing in Florida. If you know anyone who is relocating to teh Orlando/Central Florida region - let me know at vrman@cfl.rr.com. UCF is accepting Tulane students, and they have a small satellite campus about 20 minutes away from me. Let me know if there is anything else I can do - we are volunteering for the Red cross, donating to charitable organizations, writing to our government reps, working to stop the human impact on global warming and offering to share our home with displaced NOLAers. It will get better - we survived three hurricanes last year!

8:28 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh wow, that really sounds great- going to some other school for the semester. However, it's impossible to avoid the harsh reality of the situation. I'm just supposed to live off of FEMA money in some other state while I leave my apartment to rot and abandon my former employer when things get up and running?
This sounds like a great option who have Mommy and Daddy take care of everything- but what about people who have more to worry about than when the next time they'll be able to go to 50 cent night at the boot?
For all practical purposes, I see no other alternative to kissing the semester goodbye. I know other students are in the same situation.

1:50 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

DR. COWEN, TULANE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE HAS POSTED NO INFORMATION, ANYWHERE, AS TO WHAT MAY BE GOING ON WITH THE SCHOOL. PLEASE, SIR, GET INFORMATION OUT AS TO WHAT IS HAPPENING WITHIN THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE. IT IS HARD TO BELIEVE THAT TULANE WOULD BE SO INSENSITIVE AS TO IGNORE THIS SECTION OF THE UNIVERSITY!

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