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.

Online Wellness Courses for New Students

Instructions for New Students

All students who are new to Tulane (first-year and transfer students) are required to complete a series of online health promotion courses. For the Fall 2024 semester, students are asked to complete these courses by August 19, 2024. Students will be expected to complete the following four courses:

  • Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates: Our motto, ‘Not for One’s Self, But for One’s Own’ expresses the care and safety we collectively strive to provide for each and every member of our community. Sexual Assault Prevention for Undergraduates teaches you how to foster healthy relationships and prepares you to recognize and respond to sexual assault and harassment when it occurs.
  • AlcoholEDU for College: This course encourages students to reflect on their drinking and encourages safe decision-making, making campuses safer for all.
  • The Sexual Health for Students and Sexual Literacy for Students curriculum offers Tulane students an opportunity to develop their own concept of healthy sexuality. The curriculum achieves this by providing medically-accurate, queer-inclusive, and sex positive comprehensive sexual health education through interactive modules. Topics covered in the modules include: consent and healthy relationships; adolescent development; sexual and reproductive anatomy and physiology; gender identity and expression; sexual identity and orientation; interpersonal and sexual violence; contraception, pregnancy, and reproduction; and HIV and other STDs/STIs.

Instructions for Access

Please check back soon for instructions to access these courses. Instructions will be posted mid-summer.