Tulane University periodically issues statements on topics that are of concern to the Tulane community.
Statement Regarding the Attacks in Sri Lanka
April 21, 2019
The Tulane community is saddened by the horrific attacks in Sri Lanka on what should be a day of joy, celebration and peace. Our hearts and prayers go out to all those injured or killed in these attacks and their loved ones.
If you or a friend is in need of support during this difficult time, please know that Tulane has resources for you.
- Students may walk in to CAPS for Counseling Services (located in Science & Engineering Lab Complex) or Case Management and Victim Support Services (located in the LBC, G02) anytime from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. After hours, students may access The Line for confidential counseling services at 504-264-6074 or the Student Affairs Professional On-Call at 504-920-9900. Students may also e-mail SRSS@tulane.edu to communicate with a Case Manager.
- The Employee Assistance Program is available for faculty and staff seeking counseling or support. Information about EAP can be found here.