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Hurricane Ida Update: All Campus Health services including the Health Center for Student Care, Counseling Center, and Pharmacy are currently closed for in person appointments due to Hurricane Ida until 9/27. Campus Health will reopen for telehealth appointments on 9/21. For medical needs, the Nurse Advice Line is active and can help you make decisions about whether to make an appointment with an outside health care provider, how to take self-care measures, how to renew prescriptions or answer medication questions, and much more. Call 504-862-8121, leave a message, and a nurse will return your call. For mental health support and crisis support, The Line is available 24/7 to Tulane students. Call The Line at (504) 264-6074. We are not able to retrieve medications left behind on campus or to ship medications from the Student Health Center at this time.


Mindfulness is a non-judgmental way of paying attention to the present moment. It is also a very powerful way to get out of our heads and into our bodies to interrupt habitual, defensive reactions to situations, so that we can choose to respond in more skillful ways. Meditation is a mindful practice that helps us to train our mind to focus and redirect our thoughts. Scientific studies have demonstrated that a regular practice of mindful meditation can help reduce stress, control anxiety, improve emotional and physical health, enhance self-awareness, sharpen focus and increase compassion towards self and others.

Gratitude encourages us to take a moment to reflect on what we are grateful for.

Body-Mind takes us a journey into the body’s inner space to help us connect and ground in present moment awareness.