Tulane University is committed to having a respectful, supportive, and ethical community. We have a number of resources where you can report concerns or activities that are not in line with these values.
Use the University's Campus Reporting Form to report academic or behavioral concerns about yourself or a classmate, discrimination or harassment, potential Title IX violations, health and safety issues and more. You may include your contact information if you would like someone to follow up with you, or you can submit anonymously.
If you would like to bring to the attention of the Law School a significant issue that directly implicates compliance with the American Bar Association's Standards for Approval of Law Schools, please submit your concern through the Dean's Advisory Committee Communication Form, located on the Intranet (password-protected). You may submit your concern anonymously. You may request that a copy of your communication be forwarded to the Vice Dean for Academic Affairs.
If you have any concerns about the Law School's facilities or suggestions on how we may improve them, please submit your suggestion through the Building Problems/Suggestions Form, also located on the Intranet.
The Tulane University Hotline is a completely anonymous hotline managed by a third party to receive information about any matter that could negatively affect Tulane University.
Tulane’s Silent Witness program provides a means for people to anonymously provide information about crimes on campus. Tulane police will review all crime tips that they receive, but submitting crime information via this form does not constitute an official police report.
In the event of an emergency, please call the Tulane police department at (504) 865-5911 or 911.