Responsible Host Training


Hosting social events with alcohol is a privilege granted to student organizations by the University.  Student organizations have a responsibility to ensure that their guests are safe and alcohol is not abused by guests.Responsible Host training does not qualify any student/faculty or staff to serve drinks or check state issued IDs during a Tulane related event. Please note that you may NOT be a Responsible Host if you are currently in substance abuse treatment or currently on disciplinary probation with the Office of Student Conduct. Furthermore, new members of fraternities and sororities, as well as members that are under 21, may not serve as Responsible Hosts.


Online Responsible Host Training is now available!

Please follow the link below to begin the training. It will take about 30 minutes to complete and must be done in one sitting. Your name will be added to the master list of Responsible Hosts, which can be accessed via the link on the right side of this page, within a week of passing the certification exam.


Please e-mail Mark Knapp at with questions.


Hosting an Event with Alcohol?

Planning an event where alcohol will be served takes a great deal of preparation. Please read the following documents carefully and submit the necessary forms to the Office of Student Programs 3 weeks in advance of your event.

Event Guidelines

Event Registration Form

Event with Alcohol Registration Form

Alcohol Addendum

Student Programs Forms and Publications

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