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Campus Health services have now shifted to a summer schedule. Weekday hours remain the same, but the Uptown Health Center will be closed on Saturdays until August 24. For more information, visit our Phone, Locations and Hours page.

 

Attention Campus Partners: If you would like a Campus Health representative to attend your orientation event to give a presentation or bring materials, please visit our Request for Orientations page.

 

The Well for Health Promotion is partnering with the Office of Multicultural Affairs to bring you a STUDY BREAK. Stop by The O Relaxation Lounge, next to The O for:
Free Chair Massages* 
Brain Food
Space to Relax
Giveaways
Activities
Self-Care Resources
You must *RSVP online for massage, as space is limited. If you are not present within 10 minutes of your massage time, your slot will be given to the next person in line.

Join The Well for one or more of our luncheon discussions, each centering in a different health topic. The Well is hosting four 1-hour focus groups throughout November to hear what you have to say about health topics and initiatives on our campus.
Free lunch provided. Lunch starts at 11:30 am. RSVPs not required. Bring a friend.
NOV. 2, 9, 16, & 30

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Students Asked to Participate in NCHA Survey Nov. 5-19
The NCHA-II (National College Health Assessment-II) survey is a tool used to evaluate the health and well-being of students at hundreds of universities around the nation. It is conducted by the ACHA (American College Health Association) and has helped identify the unique health needs of college students for over a decade.

Students Asked to Participate in NCHA Survey Nov. 5-19
The NCHA-II (National College Health Assessment-II) survey is a tool used to evaluate the health and well-being of students at hundreds of universities around the nation. It is conducted by the ACHA (American College Health Association) and has helped identify the unique health needs of college students for over a decade.

Join The Well for one or more of our luncheon discussions, each centering in a different health topic. The Well is hosting four 1-hour focus groups throughout November to hear what you have to say about health topics and initiatives on our campus.
Free lunch provided. Lunch starts at 11:30 am. RSVPs not required. Bring a friend.
NOV. 2, 9, 16, & 30

Tulane EMS is happy to announce the beginning of our Fall 2018 Applications process! To apply, you must be a freshman or sophomore with a valid driver’s license, a minimum 2.5 GPA, and the ability to commit four semesters to Tulane EMS. We are accepting online applications only. http://campushealth.tulane.edu/tulane-ems-applications
To learn more about Tulane EMS and how to apply, attend our Information Session on Friday, Nov. 2 at 6:00-8:00 p.m. in Jones, Room 102.

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Tulane University Peer Health Educators (TUPHEs) are currently recruiting new members! 
Come to our meet & greet in LBC 201 to learn more about this great opportunity.
TUPHEs are a group of students dedicated to improving the health, wellness, and safety of our community here at Tulane by educating our peers in workshops and at the Live Well Hut, and distributing safer sex supplies in residence halls.
Apply online at campushealth.tulane.edu/tuphes. Deadline to apply is Oct. 16 at 11:59 p.m.

The 4th Annual Shifting the Paradigm event is an opportunity for Tulanians to come together to have an honest conversation about the impact of sexual violence on our campus and its communities. Students, faculty, and staff are invited to attend and learn how we can each play our part in cultivating a culture of respect.

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