Many students experience difficult times during college, due to either academic or personal reasons. Common stressors include medical, mental health, personal or family crisis, illness, or injury. These life events can interfere with a student’s ability to attain their goals.
Case Management Services are designed to support students throughout their college career in order to best achieve their academic and co-curricular goals. Case Management does not solve our student’s problems for them, but rather helps the student identify the issues and appropriate resources and works collaboratively with the student to develop an action plan. We support and empower our students to take action and advocate on their own behalf.
Staff from Case Management also triage referrals and other reported information or concerns as it comes in, investigates and gathers additional information, prioritizes reports, and determines appropriate responses, sometimes in conjunction with Process of Care and/or the Behavioral Intervention Team.
Case Managers are available to consult with students, faculty, staff, families, and community providers to determine the best approach to the student’s current situation.
If a student is in immediate danger, please contact TUPD at (504) 865-5911.
Students are referred to Case Management Services by faculty/staff, family, or other students when they have a concern regarding a student’s welfare. Students can also self-refer in order to access support and assistance. The goal is to avert more serious difficulties and help the student attain academic and personal success.
To connect a student with our office or report a concern, please complete a campus reporting form online. We will discreetly reach out to the student and determine what type of follow-up is appropriate.
You may also contact our office directly by calling (504) 314-2160 or via e-mail at email@example.com.
The above link will direct you to a guide of campus resources to assist you as a Tulane University student or family member. If you are facing a problem, concern, or conflict and are not sure where to begin, please contact the Office of Case Management and Victim Support Services (CMVSS). During business hours you can call (504) 314-2160, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, or stop by the Lavin-Bernick Center (LBC) Suite G02. For after-hour support, the Division of Student Affairs provides a 24/7 professional staff on call for urgent situations and can be reached by calling (504) 920-9900.