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, so we can remove the referral requirement from your coverage.

Part-Time Students

Eligibility for Services Student in Louisiana and has paid Campus Health Fee Student in Louisiana and has NOT paid Campus Health Fee Student outside of Louisiana

Individual Therapy


(skill/support groups only)

(skill/support groups only)

Emergency/Crisis Support

Care Coordination

Outreach and Preventive Services

Virtual Self-Help Tools

Access to Campus Health Services

Tulane students who are enrolled as part-time (less than 12 credit hours) are typically not automatically assessed the University's Campus Health Fee. While part-time students are welcome to seek Campus Health services, they will be asked to pay the fee at the time of service. Alternatively students who are not automatically assessed the fee but need assistance locating external mental health services may contact the CAPS Care Coordinator. Care Coordination services are available to all Tulane students.

Health Insurance

Degree-seeking part-time students

Degree-seeking part-time students are required to have adequate health insurance that meets or exceeds Tulane University standards, either through the Tulane-sponsored Student Health Insurance Plan (T-SHIP) or a comparable health insurance plan based in the United States. They must participate in the health insurance action process every academic year.

Learn more about the University's health insurance requirements.

Non-degree seeking part-time students

Students who are enrolled as non-degree seeking are generally not required to take health insurance action. However, non-degree-seeking international students attending Tulane on a J1 visa are required to be enrolled in a university-sponsored health insurance plan and will receive more information during their onboarding process.

Non-degree seeking part-time students may voluntarily enroll in the Tulane-sponsored Student Health Insurance Plan (T-SHIP) as long as they are enrolled in 3 credit hours or more.

If you are unsure of your eligibility, please contact our Insurance Team.

Immunization Compliance

We require students who take in-person classes on any Tulane campus to provide proof of immunization compliance