NOTICE: ALL Campus Health services will be CLOSED from 12:00-1:00pm every business day starting May 20th and lasting through August 9th.

A note to spring 2024 graduating students with the Tulane-sponsored Student Health Insurance Plan (T-SHIP):

  • Even though you're graduating in May, your T-SHIP coverage lasts until Aug. 18.
  • If you need additional time on T-SHIP beyond Aug. 18, you can request an extension of up to 90 days. This request should be submitted through the Gallagher portal.
  • You have access to Campus Health services through May 31, but starting in June, you'll need to find another source for healthcare services.
  • If you're going to be living within 30 miles of New Orleans after graduation and while your T-SHIP coverage is active, notify healthins@tulane.edu, so we can remove the referral requirement from your coverage.

Campus Health

A Spectrum of Care with You in Mind

 

Part of Tulane's Division of Student Affairs Campus Health and Wellness.

Campus Health's high-quality medical, counseling, and health promotion services are designed to help you get better (or stay well) so that you can minimize disruptions and discomforts due to injury and illness.

We're here for you.

Campus Health provides an integrated, holistic approach to physical and mental well-being.

The Health Center is staffed by licensed and board-certified providers offering high-quality medical care.

The Counseling and Psychiatric Services (CAPS) team of trained professionals fosters personal, emotional, and academic growth.

a Sex Week informational table at Tulane
TUPHE students invite you to play the wheel game

Be well.

The Well for Health Promotion (The Well) provides resources, programs, and services on health topics relevant to the experience of university students, such as alcohol and drugs, stress, sleep habits, mindfulness, and sexual health.

Explore The Well

A Tulane Recovery Community participant holding up a fish he caught

We offer support, understanding and community.

The Tulane Recovery Community (TRC) provides a safe, non-judgmental setting for students who are in recovery from substance use and/or who identify as having a problematic relationship with alcohol and/or other substances.

Student patient talking to a nurse

Help us improve your experience.

At Tulane Campus Health, we are always striving to serve you better. Patient satisfaction is important to us, so we welcome your feedback.