Asterisks denote the level of confidentiality provided by each resource.
*Private: These conversations are kept as private as possible, but information must be shared with key staff members so that the University can take action if necessary for reasons of safety.
**Confidential: Confidential resources maintain that nothing will be shared without your permission, except in rare circumstances.
***Anonymous: Resources that will never share your information.
These campus entities constitute the core of resources & services in response to sexual violence. Some responsibilities overlap, but these are their main functions. Contact information can be found in the tab below titled "Reporting through Tulane."
When a person experiences sexual violence, it can feel as though your power--your choices--have been taken away from you. When you disclose to Tulane, we want you to get your power back. That's why reporting to Tulane means that you have choices to make about what the next steps look like. For some people, reporting is to ensure that your experience is recognized; for others, reporting is a means to get the support you need to feel safe and healthy; or, reporting can be a way to initiate our conduct process because you want to hold whomever harmed you accountable for their behavior. It could be all three. This is what you can expect when you disclose to Tulane:
Whether you decide to report the sexual assault or not, it is important that you seek medical attention as soon as possible. This will allow you to get care for any injuries that may have resulted from the assault, receive medications in order to prevent sexually transmitted infections, and obtain emergency contraception for pregnancy prevention, as appropriate.
If you seek medical attention through a forensic exam, you will have the option of having forensic evidence collected. You will then have 1 year to decide whether or not you like to report the assault to the police and have the evidence shared with the police.
Get support: Staff members from Student Affairs are trained to provide support during SANE exams and can be contacted at any time to get more information, to accompany you to the appointment, or to arrange free transportation. The Student Affairs Professional On-Call can be reached 24/7 at 504-920-9900.
There are 3 options for forensic exams in the New Orleans area. Learn more on the "Get a Forensic Exam" page on the All In website: https://allin.tulane.edu/get-a-forensic-exam
NOTE: *Rape kits can only be performed within 5 days (120 hrs) of the assault. For medical attention after 7 days, you can access the Tulane Health Center (504-865-5255) on-campus or the Hope Clinic (504-503-0878) at the Family Justice Center off-campus.
Do you need immediate assistance? Here are campus and local emergency numbers.
We have organized Tulane's resources on this site to ensure easy navigation and understanding. If you would like a more thorough guide to these resources, please access this interactive guide on the All In website
Interactive Sexual Misconduct Resource Guide for Students
The Howard-Tilton Memorial Library is the main library of Tulane University. The library is a place for learning and scholarly reflection. The library staff and administration strive to provide such a place for our users.
As such, lewd or obscene conduct, or sexual misconduct including (but not limited to) sexual harassment, stalking, intimidation, unwanted contact, or any form of gender-based discrimination is prohibited.