Policies

  • Student Handbook

    A reference for students on dress code, professional behavior, harassment policy, academic issues and more.

  • Equal Opportunity/Anti-Discrimination

    Links to several websites and print material on discrimination and harassment.

  • Diversity Statement
  • Tulane School of Medicine aims to cultivate an environment of diversity, openness and inclusiveness to attract excellent people to Tulane and to prepare our students for life in our increasingly diverse society. Tulane strives to be accessible to all students who meet our academic standards and we work to be attractive to all faculty and staff who meet our standards of excellence. At Tulane, we accept and embrace the fact that our environment has become increasingly diverse, pluralistic and globalized. As a result, our school must be diverse in the broadest sense of the word - culturally, geographically, and intellectually. Tulane aims to create an open and tolerant environment in which people are free to live, learn, and exercise their freedom of expression.

  • All students have the right to work in an environment that is conducive to learning and free from abuse, discrimination and/or harassment. Tulane’s harassment policies, documents, and resources are fully outlined on Tulane’s Office of Institutional Equity’s (OIE) website.

  • Tulane School of Medicine Discrimination, Harassment, and Abuse Information
  • Tulane University and School of Medicine information for medical students to report discrimination, harassment, and abuse.


Report An Incident or Concern

  • Use this link to report learning environment concerns, including but not limited to, unprofessional behavior, offensive behavior, bias, threatening behavior, intimidation, humiliation, public embarrassment, mistreatment, and harassment.

  • Report Harassment or Abuse

    Tulane University's Campus Reporting Form.

    Use this link to report concerns about behaviors that include, but are not limited to, sexual and gender-based discrimination and harassment, sexual assault, intimate partner violence, and stalking.

PLEASE NOTE

This submission system is designed to solicit the concerns of members of the Tulane Community, and all reports will be appropriately addressed.It is not designed to address imminent emergencies. 

If you have an emergency to report, please call Tulane University Police at (504) 865-5911 (Uptown), or (504) 988-5555 (Downtown).