Immediate Help / Reporting


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


Student Affairs - Inspiring Student Success


Help a Friend

Stalking is a very complicated behavior and requires the attention of professionals who can help. It is important for you to listen and believe your friend. Stalking victims often minimize the behavior of their stalker, so it is important for you not to minimize the situation and to encourage your friend to seek help. Listen to your intuition. If your friend wants the behavior to stop it is time to seek the help of a professional.

  • First, if you or your friend is in need of immediate assistance immediately call the Tulane University Police Department at (504) 865-5911 or 911 if off campus. If you are in fear do not minimize the situation.

  • Educate yourself on stalking. A great resource is the Stalking Resource Center.

  • Be prepared to offer campus resources that are available to your friend. You can recommend that they speak with a counselor at CAPS, the Coordinator of the Office of Violence Prevention and Support Services, or an officer with the Tulane University Police Department.

Remember to take care of your own emotional health and access the counselors at Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) (504) 314-2277. Also, if you have additional question or concerns please contact, the Office of Student Resources and Support Services (504) 314-2160.

Division of Student Affairs, Tulane University, New Orleans, LA 70118 504-314-2188