Tulane is committed to providing a comprehensive and integrated response for our community members who have experienced any form of sexual harassment and sexual violence. Our goal is to ensure that all members of the Tulane community who report to the university are met with a caring and compassionate response and are provided with access to all available supports and resources.
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Tulane recognizes that confidentiality is particularly important to victims of crime and survivors of sexual assault. Tulane University students have several options to seek support and/or report an incident of sexual harassment or violence. These options fall into three categories: confidential, private and anonymous.
Tulane students have several options to seek support and/or report an incident of sexual harassment or violence. These resources including counseling, advocacy, medical care, peer support, and more. Visit the Interactive Sexual Misconduct Resource Guide for Students to learn more about these offices and resources including:
In addition to a wide array of on-campus resources, there are many victim service providers in the New Orleans area who can offer support to survivors of sexual violence. These resources including counseling, advocacy, medical care, legal assistance, and more. Visit Off-Campus Resources to learn more about these off-campus options including:
Off Campus Resources