Tulane University is committed to and encourages a diverse and inclusive community that respects and values individual differences. Tulane provides equal and integrated access for students with disabilities to all of its academic, social, cultural and recreational programs, and provides reasonable accommodations to employees and visitors with disabilities.
Explore the links below to: file a grievance, report a concern, ask an accessibility question and more.
If you have an emergency to report, please call Tulane University Police at (504) 865-5911 (Uptown), or (504) 988-5555 (Downtown).
Use this link if you suspect you are infected with COVID-19 or have come in contact with someone who is infected.
What to do if you witness or experience discrimination in the form of harassment, bias, or retaliation.
What to do if you encounter an access barrier at Tulane.
Students only: How to appeal if you are dissatisfied with the outcome of your accommodation request.
What to do if you have been approved for accommodations, but feel they are being improperly implemented.
How to request accommodations for Tulane related programs, activities, and services.
If you are an employee seeking accommodations, a supervisor with questions about accommodating an employee, or a staff member planning an event on campus, contact the ADA Coordinator for information on accessibility.