The Goldman Center for Student Accessibility is committed to ensuring a fully accessible, inclusive academic and co-curricular experience for all members of the Tulane community.
BEFORE YOU ARRIVE:
1. Request accommodations and submit supporting documentation at accessibility.tulane.edu.
2. Allow 2-3 weeks for processing, during which time a Goldman Center staff member will contact you to discuss your request.
3. Receive an update via your Tulane email with instructions for the next steps in the process.
4. Schedule an in-person, Zoom, or phone appointment with by calling 504-862-8433 or emailing email@example.com.
WHEN YOU ARRIVE ON CAMPUS:
1. Receive official instructions from Goldman staff on how to activate your accommodations online.
2. Meet with your professors as early in the semester as possible to arrange accommodations.
3. If you have any issues or barriers with the implementation of your accommodations, notify Goldman Center staff or file a concern on accessibility.tulane.edu.
4. Check in with the Goldman Center each semester to activate your accommodations and update the staff on any changes to your accommodation request.
"Goldman has been instrumental to my success and experience at Tulane; they’ve truly become a second family to me, and I know they always have my back no matter what.
In helping provide accommodations and navigating situations with professors, social stuff, internships, etc., they’ve removed hindrances and made it possible for me to the best version of myself at Tulane, and to take advantage of every opportunity without any fear or hesitation."
—Sophia Lee Schlager
Communications & Sociology '21
"Before I came to campus, I had already made contact with the Goldman center and Success Coaching, both of which truly made my transition to college seamless. While I do not go to Success Coaching anymore, I still talk to my coach on a more social level and we love to compare restaurants! Goldman gave me a space to be myself on campus. They were extremely accommodating, and Pat made me feel comfortable accepting that the way I learned was different, not necessarily good or bad. I love walking into the office and knowing everyone who works there, knowing they will work with me to help me succeed. The center goes above and beyond to help all students who need aid, and their empathy is palpable."
Public Health & Gender and Sexuality Studies '21