All Tulane students may use CAPS emergency walk-in services on the Uptown Campus, weekdays from 12 to 4 pm. The CAPS Care Coordinator is also available to help place any student with mental health care providers in the community. Students currently in treatment at CAPS prior to this COVID-19 period are being advised about their options for continuing by phone; new ongoing treatments cannot be initiated at this time.
Additional Coping Tools are posted for Tulane at: https://campushealth.tulane.edu/health-center/primary-care/infectious-disease-care/coronavirus-covid-19/coping-tools.
If you have any questions or concerns about these changes, please call the CAPS front desk at (504) 314-2277 or take a look at their website.
For after-hours crisis support, The Line is available 24/7 to Tulane students. Call or text The Line, 24/7, at (504) 264-6074.
Deming will remain open. The downtown campus is remaining open for the graduate students. Deming is near the hospital, but as long as you practice health, wellness, and prevention guidelines you should be safe.
Yes, once we have more details on graduation and related events, we will hold a webinar dedicated to graduating seniors. This will occur after spring break.
Our faculty and many students are actively working on COVID-related issues. Please visit the school’s COVID website, tulanesphtmcovid-19.org, to learn more and continue to stay tuned.
The university is working on a refund policy that will be announced by the provost when available.
Yes, labs are staying open. Researchers who work in wet labs can continue to work in small groups or individually. Once again please practice health, wellness, and prevention guidelines.
All information subject to change, updated June 4th, 2020