Case Management & Victim Support Services (CMVSS)
Case management services help students to identify road blocks to success. We support and empower our students to take action and advocate on their own behalf. Students are referred to this office by faculty/staff, family, or other students who have a concern regarding their welfare. Students can also self-refer in order to access support and assistance.
The aim of victim support services is to empower students who are victims of crime to make informed decisions in their recovery process. We provide a variety of resources not only to victims, but to their friends, family, and Tulane faculty/staff.
Learn more about CMVSS.
Goldman Center for Student Accessibility
The Goldman Center for Student Accessibility promotes an accessible environment by assisting Tulane students and employees with psychological, medical/physical, and learning/developmental disabilities. Among other services, we offer modifications to academic and work environments.
Learn more about The Goldman Center for Student Accessibility.
Office of Student Conduct
The Office of Student Conduct manages all non-academic misconduct allegations that involve Tulane students. The goal of the Student Conduct system is to educate students about appropriate behavior and decision-making and foster a safe and healthy community in which academic success can occur.
Learn more about Student Conduct.
Office of Family Programs
At Tulane, we believe that parents and family members are valuable partners in the work we do to inspire the success of our students. The Office of Family Programs supports this partnership with a variety of communication resources, events on campus, information and assistance. We are committed to providing you with valuable, timely information both online and in person.
To help your student learn to manage their academic and personal success, we recommend that you coach and support your student and encourage him or her to take steps to find information, utilize helpful resources and solve problems. Working together we can provide a dynamic support system for your Tulane student.
Tulane Recovery Community
Tulane University is committed to supporting students who are in recovery from substance use disorders and/or who identify as having a problematic relationship with alcohol and/or other substances. The Tulane Recovery Community’s (TRC) mission is to support individualized recovery on campus by providing recovery-based programs that foster academic achievement, connection and engagement.
Our community supports students in developing and sustaining a foundation for long-term recovery by providing a safe, non-judgmental environment to discuss collegiate specific topics and ideas supportive of recovery on campus.
Learn more about the Tulane Recovery Community.