Graduate student health Being a graduate or professional student is an exciting and challenging time. Whether you're continuing your studies at Tulane, coming from another college, or returning to school later in life, your interests and needs may be different from those of undergraduates. Student Health Services can help you simplify your busy life. With our wide range of services on both the Uptown and Downtown Campus, it's easier than ever to take care of your health.
Health Insurance and Immunizations • Make sure you have health insurance. For information on the Student Health Insurance plan and the Health and Wellness Fee, go to our Insurance page. • Make sure you have all of the required shots and send proof of immunizations to email@example.com before you try to register or school starts. Immunization information can be found by clicking here.
Health Services Available to Students • In a life threatening emergency, call 911. If you are on the Tulane Uptown Campus, call the Tulane University Police Department on campus at 504-865-5911. If you are downtown, call 504-988-5555. • Have a health concern and don't know what to do? Call our Nurse Advice Monday-Friday during regular office hours. • Make routine medical appointments by calling the Uptown Student Health Center at 504-865-5255 or the Downtown Student Health Center at 504-988-6929. Explain what you need and our staff will direct you to the correct clinic or option for you. • For mental and emotional health concerns, call Counseling and Psychological Services at 504-314-2277.
Your health information is confidential. No one will know you have used medical or counseling services unless you choose to tell them.
Resources • The National Grad Crisis Line helps graduate and professional students reach free, confidential telephone counseling, crisis intervention, suicide prevention, and information and referral services provided by specially-trained call-takers. Caring, professional staff and well-trained volunteers answer around the clock. Call 1-800-GRAD-HLP (800-472-3457) or visit http://gradresources.org • For stress management and online health promotion visit our e-health promotion website • If you or a friend needs resources after hours, reach out to one of the following options:
Tulane University Police Department- 504-865-5911 (Downtown- 504-988-5555)
After Hours Nurse Line (Fonemed)- 1-855-487-0290
Student Resources and Support Services On Call-504-920-9900