When you turn to a private resource, they will keep your disclosure just that--private. Private resources will share the information that you disclose with other staff members only to make sure that you get the help and support you need. At Tulane, we can help in a lot of different ways, including:
- Academic Assistance
- Housing Accommodations and Changes
- Safety Planning
- Connections to Health Providers and Counseling
- Assistance in Reporting to the Police and to the University
- Emotional Support
Learn more now about the offices that can help you here at Tulane.
PHONE: 504-314-2160 / LBC G02
Victim Support Services is a specialized function within the Office of Case Management & Victim Support Services. Our aim is to empower students who are victims and survivors of crime to make informed decisions in their recovery process. We also assist friends, faculty/staff, parents and loved ones. You can learn more about Victim Services at Tulane by reading our guide.
Student Affairs Professionals On-Call (24/7)
Available twenty-four hours a day, the Student Affairs Professional On-Call responds to emergencies that happen within the student community and provide immediate support and response.
PHONE: 504-314-2183 / LBC G04 & THE MOSAIC LOUNGE IN WARREN HALL
The O serves as the hub of diverse cultural, social, and intellectual life at Tulane University. It is our mission to foster an open and vibrant learning environment that welcomes, respects, and appreciates the histories, traditions, and cultures of traditionally underrepresented student populations. We also address issues of bias, discrimination, and harassment—all of which negatively affect the health and well being of students and learning communities. Additionally, the MOSAIC Lounge, located in the ground floor of Warren House, beside SOHO (Weatherhead), is a designated safe space for LGBTIQA students.
ALL FLOORS HAVE A RESIDENCE ADVISOR; INFORMATION ON HALL DIRECTORS AND COMMUNITY DIRECTORS
Residence Advisors are trained to be resources for their residence, including for students disclosing sexual violence. RAs can provide support and will connect you to Case Management & Victim Support Services so that you can get the help you need and the information to make informed decisions about how you would like to move forward.
PHONE: 504-865-5280 / UNIVERSITY SQUARE, 200 BROADWAY, SUITE 120
The Employee Support Services Team offers advice and counsel regarding University policies and procedures, problem solving in employee issues and dispute resolution. This Team serves as a resource for all employees, including supervisory and non-supervisory employees.