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Tulane University COVID-19 Resources

Health & Safety

  • Campus Health
  • Emergency Preparedness
  • Tulane Student Health Center Nurse Advice Line
    • During Open Hours - 504-862-8121 - Leave a message, and a Tulane Campus Health nurse will return your call.
    • After Hours - 855-487-0290 - Reach our contracted nurse advice service.
    • The Nurse Advice Line is a service available to Tulane students but faculty and staff can also use the advice line if they are concerned that they may have symptoms that align with COVID-19. The nurses can screen callers and direct them to the appropriate resources. 
  • For Staff and Faculty: New Directions Employee Assistance Program, www.ndbh.com, 1-800-624-5544 - Feeling overwhelmed about an outbreak?The EAP can help: Click Here.
  • Mental Health Services 
    • Many may be experiencing fear and anxiety due to the virus. It’s important to remember that Tulane has resources for students, staff, and faculty:
      • 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 websiteFor after-hours crisis support, The Line is available 24/7 to Tulane students. Call or text The Line, 24/7, at (504) 264-6074.
    • School of Social Work Self Care Resources–Meditate, Get Moving, Connect with others, and indulge your creative side to help manage stress and anxiety. 

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