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Immediate Help / Reporting

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Lavin Bernick Center
Garden Level
Suite G02
(504) 314-2160 

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Student Affairs - Inspiring Student Success

Hazing


A Note on Confidentiality

 

Reporting Options

Tulane exercises a Zero Tolerance policy on hazing, and any alleged hazing incident is investigated. If you or someone you know has experienced hazing we highly encourage you to seek support and to report the incident. In order to encourage reports of hazing, the University provides both anonymous and confidential reporting options as described below.

 

Anonymous reporting options:

  • Complete the online Campus Reporting Form in as much detail as possible.
  • Leave an anonymous message on the 24-hour Hazing Hotline (504) 862-3111. Messages are reviewed by the Director of Fraternity and Sorority Programs.


To make a confidential report:

  • You can call the 24-hour Hazing Hotline (504) 862-3111 and leave your name and appropriate details of the incident. The Director of Fraternity and Sorority Programs will make arrangements to follow-up with you to gather additional details of the incident(s). The Director will hold your name in confidence throughout the investigation.

For a more detailed explanation of your reporting options, click here.

 

Medical Amnesty - Hazing and Alcohol

There is a clear connection between the use of alcohol and incidents of hazing. In alcohol and drug related incidents, the primary concern of the University is the well-being, health, and safety of students. Tulane University Medical Amnesty Program represents the University’s commitment to increasing the likelihood that students will call for medical assistance when faced with an alcohol or drug-related emergency. Please read the full Medical Amnesty Policy to learn more about how this policy protects students in need of medical attention, the caller, and organizations.

Division of Student Affairs, Tulane University, New Orleans, LA 70118 504-314-2188 studnaff@tulane.edu