Have you been the victim of student misconduct?
If you believe that you or someone you know has been a victim, we encourage you to file a report through the online report form. After a report is received, you will be contacted by staff from the Office of Case Management and Victim Support Services to schedule a meeting. In the meeting, you will be informed of your rights and options, in addition to assisting you with any resources you may need. You may review your rights here.
Sexual Misconduct is antithetical to the standards and ideals of our community and violates the Code of Student Conduct. Tulane is committed to fostering a community that promotes prompt reporting of all types of sexual misconduct and timely and fair resolution of sexual misconduct complaints. Reporting an assault is a deeply personal choice that only a survivor can make, but the Office of Student Conduct is one way of regaining some control, holding the perpetrator accountable for his or her actions, and taking a stand on your own and the community's behalf.
Allegations of sexual misconduct are assigned to a University Investigator, who serves as a neutral party and works all parties and witnesses to collect available information. The investigator will conduct a thorough, fair, and impartial investigation, which will conclude with a finding and sanctions, if applicable, identified by the investigator.
Reporting students have the right to an advisor to assist them with the Student Conduct process. For additional information regarding the Student Conduct Process, please contact Student Conduct, at (504) 314-2184 or email@example.com.