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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.

MONKEYPOX REPORTING
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

Sexual Aggression Peer Hotline and Education (SAPHE)

SAPHE is a compassionate group of Tulane students who are dedicated to supporting survivors of sexual violence and addressing rape culture at Tulane. The purpose of SAPHE is to provide resources and support to the Tulane community through a peer run 24/7 hotline, while working to dismantle rape culture on campus through workshops, events, and outreach. SAPHE members are trained in trauma informed care and empathetic listening so that they are well equipped to provide support and resources to any person who might need them.

To contact SAPHE's 24/7 Peer Run Hotline during the fall and spring semesters, please call 504-654-9543.

SAPHE's Letter to Tulane Survivors

In response to a recent reinvigoration of conversations about sexual violence amongst the Tulane community, SAPHE has written a letter to survivors and their allies.

Read the letter.

2021-2022 Leadership Team

Jennifer Hunt- SAPHE Advisor
Maryam Tanveer - President
Kelly Jackson - Hotline Manager
Lindsey Dubose- Education and Outreach Coordinator 
Kaitlyn Taylor - Events Coordinator
Ashley Miller - Secretary

Become a SAPHE

Applications to become a SAPHE will open Fall 2022.

Expectations of being a SAPHE

  • Attend weekly general body meetings
  • Complete all required trainings: 
    • Initial 40 hours of training for new members
    • Annual 20 hours of continuing education training for returning members
  • Maintain and manage hotline protocol and responsibilities, if self-selected to take a hotline shift
  • Facilitate workshops focused on violence prevention, support, and resources
  • Participate in SAPHE sponsored events
  • Provide peer support at various campus events when requested

Benefits of being a SAPHE

  • Leadership opportunities
  • Meaningful and practical work experience
  • Increase knowledge and/or skills in the following:
    • Public speaking
    • Presentation skills
    • Violence prevention

To learn more, please email Jennifer Hunt at jhunt4@tulane.edu.