New Orleans: More Than a Tourist Destination
With its colorful history and rich culture, New Orleans has rightfully earned a reputation as one of the world’s most beloved cities. From Uptown to the Garden District and the French Quarter, you’ll find historic homes, antique shops, theaters, art galleries and world-famous restaurants and music clubs. At the right time of year, you can also experience the excitement of events such as Mardi Gras, the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival and the Allstate Sugar Bowl.
But there’s more to New Orleans than festivals and tourism. NOLA is also a global business hub. Home to one of the busiest ports in the nation, New Orleans is a major center of import-export trade and a thriving hub for the energy and banking industries. It boasts an emerging entrepreneurial and high-tech community and is also a major destination for international conventions and trade shows.
What does this mean for Freeman students? Unlimited opportunity.
The skills you learn here translate anywhere. From the heart of New Orleans, we provide a global community perspective that will guide your personal and professional life, whether you wind up putting down roots in New Orleans (many Freeman alumni do) or living abroad.
Visit campus and experience the city for yourself.