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Tulane University recognizes that confidentiality is particularly important to victims of crime and survivors of sexual assault. As a student at Tulane University you have several options in which to report an incident. These options fall into three categories; Confidential, Private, and Anonymous. It is important for you to understand the differences between these categories.  

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Confidential Resources

These resources offer confidential services. Except in rare, extreme circumstances, nothing will be shared without your explicit permission. Exceptions to confidentiality are when the provider believes you are a threat to yourself or others. We encourage all victims and survivors to seek counseling in order to process her/his experience, options, and to begin the recovery process. 

Anonymous Resources 

Anonymous crime reporting is NOT for emergency situations. Anonymous reporting is an option if you are afraid of being identified as the complainant. However, you should realize that anonymous reports may not receive immediate and attention and must include sufficient detail where the appropriate officials are able to conduct an investigation if determined to be warranted. 

  • clockThe Line
    Mental health help – here when you need it.
    (504) 264-6074
  • clockSexual Aggression Peer Hotline & Education (SAPHE)
    Talk to a peer regarding concerns related to sexual aggression.
    (504) 654-9543
  • Report a Concern: Online Campus Reporting Form
    You may write "Anonymous" for your name with no additional identifying contact information. Please complete the rest of the form in as much detail as possible.

    Please note this format is not monitored 24/7. If you need emergency assistance, please contact Tulane Police Department (504) 865-5381 or a resource designated for after-hours support.

Private Resources 

These conversations are kept as private as possible, but information must be shared with key staff members so that the University can offer resources and accommodations and take action if necessary for reasons of safety. In planning any resource, the wishes of the person are given full consideration. A campus-wide safety alert may be warranted but will not contain the victim’s name or specific address.