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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

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 2022 semester, details will be sent to students via their Tulane email in mid-July. Students will be expected to complete the following five courses:

  • Alcohol and Other Drugs is an interactive learning experience that equips students with the skills to support healthy decisions for themselves and their peers, reducing adverse outcomes associated with alcohol and other drug misuse.
  • Sexual Misconduct Prevention is a comprehensive simulation that equips college students with the skills to navigate difficult situations related to sexual misconduct, leading to a safer and more connected campus.
  • Mental Health is an interactive learning experience for students that equips them with the skills to support their emotional health and that of their peers. The course introduces positive coping strategies and prepares students to recognize signs of distress, effectively communicate their concerns, and take action to find additional support.
  • 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

Online Health Promotion Courses via Kognito

To log in to the courses, please complete the following steps:

  1. Visit tulane.kognito.com.
  2. New users will need to create an account. Returning users can enter their login credentials. New users will have to agree to the "Terms and Conditions and Privacy Policy" to complete registration.
  3. After registration is completed, users will need to login with their credentials and answer some demographic questions.  
  4. Then users will have access to simulations that are available to them. 

Note: To complete your training, please finish all of the required simulation content and using the orange next button, complete the post-survey. This is required by your institution. Once completed, you will see a green button on your home screen that says ‘Completed.’

If you need Kognito technical support, please email support@kognito.com.

Sexual Health and Sexual Literacy Courses via Learnworlds

To log in to the courses, please complete the following steps: 

  1. Log in to your Tulane email account and look for the email you received with the subject line “Welcome to Campus Health's Sexual Wellness Summer Learning!
  2. Set up your account password by clicking the link in the email. Your username is your Tulane email address.  
  3. Once you finish setting up a new password, you will be taken to the courses page. Select “Continue” under Sexual Health for Students Module to begin the coursework.