Campus Health provides resources and support for survivors of sexual assault. The Health Centers Uptown and Downtown and the Counseling Center are designated as confidential resources, which means we will not share the information you disclose to us unless you provide permission.
You do not need to make a formal report or press charges against someone to receive care.
Interactive Sexual Misconduct Resource Guide
The Tulane Title IX office has created an interactive guide for student survivors of sexual violence.
During business hours
If a sexual assault emergency occurs during or shortly before our regular business hours, you may visit one of our two locations to seek care:
Uptown campus - Building 92 (on the corner of Newcomb Place and Willow Street).
Downtown campus - 137 Elk Pl., Room 261
The Health Centers offer emergency same-day appointments. To schedule, call 504-865-5255 and let the patient representative know you need to be evaluated for sexual assault.
Our staff will perform the following services:
- Offer information about legal and medical options
- Obtain a medical history
- Evaluate for injury and illnesses
- Provide STI screening and treatment
- Provide pregnancy screening and emergency contraception information and prescription (if applicable)
- Give referrals for follow-up care including counseling and medical treatment
There is no out-of-pocket cost for an appointment or lab tests for emergency evaluations. Prescriptions are covered by insurance or accounts receivable/self pay.
If a sexual assault emergency occurs during a weekend, please do not wait until Monday to seek care. We recommend you visit University Medical Center New Orleans or Lakeside Hospital and ask for a forensic consult.
The Counseling Center is a strictly confidential service; clinic staff do not report sexual violence incidents to administration.
During business hours
If a sexual assault emergency occurs during or shortly before our regular business hours, you may visit our Uptown location to seek immediate care:
Uptown campus - Building 103, Diboll Complex, first floor
You may call 504-314-2277 or you may walk in to the clinic and tell the front desk you need to see someone that day to discuss an urgent situation. It is important for you to be specific in requesting a same-day appointment, so a clinician can assist you promptly.
If a sexual assault emergency occurs during a weekend, please do not wait until Monday to reach out for support. Call or text The Line at 504-264-6074 for 24/7 crisis support. Confidential resource.
Tulane University Police Department - Call 504-865-5911 (emergency line). Learn more about TUPD.
Sexual Aggression Peer Hotline and Education (SAPHE) 24/7 Peer Run Hotline - Call this peer support hotline 24/7 during the academic year to receive support from a trained student and to be connected with resources. 504-654-9543. Confidential resource. Learn more about SAPHE.
Tulane Case Management and Victim Support Services (CMVSS) - Case managers provide crisis support and connection to off-campus resources, and they help students secure accommodations. Call 504-314-2160 during business hours. Call 504-920-9900 after hours or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Private resource. Learn more about CMVSS.