All incoming students must complete online learning modules. Below you'll find the links you need to complete these courses. THESE COURSES ARE REQUIRED. Please complete these courses by January 19th.
All students who are new to Tulane (first-year and transfer students) are required to complete our online Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion module.
All students who are new to Tulane (first-year and transfer students) are required to complete a series of online health promotion courses. For the Fall 2021 semester, details will be sent to students via their Tulane email in mid-July. Students will be expected to complete the following three courses:
In this module, you will learn about preventative measures TUPD has in place to keep the campus community safe. Please take time to watch this five minute workshop so that you are informed, prepared, and can stay safe. At the conclusion of the workshop, you will be prompted to answer a few quiz questions before you receive your certificate of completion.
Students will need to complete the Safety (TUPD) learning module.
The Office of Emergency Preparedness and Response is charged with the preparation, prevention, and response to all-hazards events at Tulane University. Through comprehensive risk assessment, training, planning, mitigation and response, we ensure a safe, healthy, and happy community. We welcome you to explore the information presented on our website and encourage you to contact us for further details concerning emergency management efforts.
This module will teach you all you need to know about staying safe, from hurricane prep to emergency text messages.
Students will need to complete the Emergency Preparedness learning module.
The Title IX office is excited to welcome you to Tulane! Our office coordinates Tulane's efforts to prevent and respond to sexual violence. We have worked with your fellow students to create two videos that will help your understand your role in creating a community free from sexual violence. In the first video, you will hear about what it means to be ALL IN to stop sexual violence in our community. In the second video, you will take a closer look at consent, learn how you can support a friend if they share they have experienced sexual violence, and familiarize yourself with campus resources.