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If you or someone you know has experienced sexual assault, call 504-920-9900 to speak privately with someone 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Or, fill out our reporting form.

See a Doctor

Tulane Campus Health has student resources and support for survivors of sexual assault. Campus Health offices at the Health Center (Uptown or Downtown) and CAPS for Counseling Services are designated as confidential resources, which means information you disclose will not be shared unless you provide permission.

  • You do not need to make a formal report or press charges to receive care.
  • Our health services are available to all current students.
  • Students on Downtown campuses may go to the Uptown campus to receive services.

Health Center for Student Care

Uptown, Building 92  |  Downtown, 137 Elk Pl., Room 261
Offered during regular office hours, Monday-Friday.
If an assault happens on a Friday or Saturday, please do not wait; go to the University Medical Center and ask for a forensic consult.

Appointments
  • The Health Center offers emergency same-day appointments.
  • Call 504-865-5255 (Uptown) or 504-988-6929 (Downtown) ask the front desk representative to be evaluated for sexual assault.

Within 24 hours of unwanted physical/sexual contact, get medical care. Certain options for medical treatment and the preservation of physical evidence are more effective immediately following an incident.

Services available at the Health Center Uptown or Downtown

Up to 72 hours (3 days) after incident:

  • 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

Up to 96 hours (4 days) after incident:

  • All above but HIV post-exposure prescription

Up to 120 hours (5 days) after incident:

  • All above but HIV post-exposure prescription
Cost
  • No copay (the visit is free) up to 60 days after incident
  • Prescriptions covered by insurance or accounts receivable/self-pay