Safe & Inclusive, Open & Accepting

We strive to offer safe and inclusive spaces that foster an open and accepting learning communityThis sentence expresses one of the Library‚Äôs sincerely held values. Recent momentous events have left some of us relieved, some shocked, some in fear, and some traumatized. As we all come to terms with the future unfolding before us, we want to remind you that the Library is more than a place to study or find research materials. The Library is a space where all people are valued and appreciated, a space where personal freedom and intellectual freedom are sacred, and a space of honest and respectful dialogue. Dear student, we are here for no other purpose than to support you; you are at the core of our mission, vision, and values.


While we want you to know and to feel safe within our physical and digital walls, we also recognize that we may not be best equipped to fulfill all your needs. There are many additional places within the Tulane community looking out for you:

The O: Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA) and the Office for Gender and Sexual Diversity (OGSD)
Provides students of color, lesbian, gay, bi-sexual, transgender, intersex, queer, questioning, and allied students with advocacy services, mentoring, personal support, and educational, cultural, and social programming that facilitate their adjustment to the University and ability to thrive thereafter.
LBC, ground floor

CAPS: Counseling and Psychological Services

Provides confidential counseling, support, and more to Tulane students.

Academic Quad Building #14


The Line

A Confidential 24/7 resource for Tulane students to talk to someone when they need a little help coping.


The Well
The Well is devoted to engaging the Tulane community in creating a healthier campus, building individual capacity for health, and reducing barriers to wellness.