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Campus Health is monitoring, advising, and responding to monkeypox in accordance with the latest CDC recommendations. The health of our students is our number one priority. If you have any questions about monkeypox, including questions about testing and vaccination, please visit our frequently asked questions page and/or email monkeypoxvaccine@tulane.edu.

Students who are diagnosed with monkeypox by an off-campus physician should use the link below to ensure they are connected with the appropriate resources.

Monkeypox Reporting Form




Campus Health offers appointment-based medical and mental health services. The procedure for scheduling an appointment may be different, depending on the service you are seeking. See below for tips on scheduling appointments.

What kind of care do you need?

Health Center Appointments

There are two ways to schedule an appointment with the Health Center:

  1. By calling 504-865-5255 and speaking with one of our patient representatives.
  2. Scheduling online via the Patient Portal.

Learn how to schedule online.

Appointment Scheduling Tips

  • Patient Portal: If the appointment times don’t work for you or if you can’t find the appointment type you want, call for assistance.
  • By Phone: Let us know whether you’d prefer a telehealth or in-person visit. If visiting in person, tell us which location you’d prefer – Uptown or Downtown.
  • Schedule your routine care appointments around two weeks in advance, online or over the phone.
  • For urgent or acute conditions, request a same-day appointment. Call for assistance.
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Counselor sitting with student

Counseling Center Appointments

To schedule an appointment with the Counseling Center, call 504-314-2277.

Your first visit with the Counseling Center will be an initial consultation. A clinician will discuss with you any mental health concerns you have and help determine whether resources from the Counseling Center, external campus partners or the community might be helpful to you.

Learn More About Initial Consultations


Medical or mental health emergencies

Medical or Mental Health Emergencies


If you are experiencing an urgent medical or mental health issue, making an appointment might not be the best choice. You may need to access immediate care.


Emergency and After-Hours Resources