All Tulane students are eligible for case management services.
When a student is referred, the Case Manager will meet with them to assess the student's needs and, with the student's input, determine the frequency of on-going case management.
marked decline in academic performance, inability to cope with academic pressures, communication that is concerning, missing classes/assignments, continual seeking of special provisions, disorganized or erratic performance.
disruptive behavior, disturbing conduct, verbal or physical
harassment, shift in mood that is sudden or significant, concerning use of alcohol and/or
other drugs, self-harming behavior, risk-taking behaviors, thoughts or threats of harming
others, disorganized speech/non-sensical conversation, emotional/physical outbursts,
changes in personal hygiene/sleep/eating.
relationship issues, loss of family member or friend,
verbal/physical/sexual abuse, depression that seems more than just the blues, thoughts
or threats of suicide.
The information shared with the Case Manager does not fall under the same confidentiality levels of a healthcare provider or psychotherapist/counselor. Every effort is made to
protect your privacy and the information discussed will only be shared in the context of assisting the student. The Case Manager will share information on a need-to-know basis. In order to coordinate services, written releases of information are signed by the student, when necessary.
Tulane has a centralized online reportform for complaints and concerns which is the
primary, and preferred, method for submitting any report of concern about a student and their behavior. This system allows for efficient routing of concerns to the appropriate office, as well as tracking follow-through on a concern. This centralized online report is used
when referring a student to case management.
Students who are interested in case management services, or would like to learn more
about it should contact Catherine Yockey at email@example.com or (504) 314-2129 to
schedule an appointment.
We will discretely reach out to the student and determine what type of follow-up is needed. In most cases, we will provide some support services to the student which may range
from connecting a student to on-campus and/or community resources to enrolling the student in case management services.
Often times students welcome the intervention and are thankful that they have faculty/staff members who care about them. If you are looking for a certain method of support from our office, be sure to include that in your report.
While we are not always able to keep the reporting person’s identity confidential, we do
not show the student the submitted report and use a great deal of discretion when
disclosing specific concerns.
When a report is submitted through the online concern report form it is:
Received in real time by Student Resources and Support Services (SRSS)
Reviewed to identify the specific concerns reported
Assigned for follow-up:
It is important to remember that in many situations we will not be able to provide detailed
follow-up information to the reporting person. We will share information on a
The Referral Instructions portion of our website has detailed information about submitting an Online Concern report.
Student Resources and Support Services
Lavin-Bernick Center, Garden Level, Suite G02
Division of Student Affairs, Tulane University, New Orleans, LA 70118 504-314-2188 firstname.lastname@example.org