Tulane University is committed to providing equal opportunity and access to all members of our community: prospective and current staff and faculty, students, and visitors.
Tulane has an inclusive approach to all aspects of accessibility on campus and strives to engage the community in creating and maintaining fully inclusive programs, services, and activities.
Note: The Institutional Equity team in the Office of HR&IE - not the Office for Campus Accessibility - is the office responsible for conducting investigations into employee complaints of disability discrimination, harassment, and retaliation. Visit the Institutional Equity page to learn more or to file a complaint.
The Office for Campus Accessibility helps employees who request disability-related accommodations pursuant to the ADA/504. If you want to request employment accommodations based on religion, click HERE for more information about that process and your rights under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
New Directions is our new EAP provider. New Directions offers programs and services to help individuals achieve better health and overcome barriers in life. Tulane employees will have access to webinars, onsite trainings, and mobile applications that can assist with work-life services, mental health & therapy and professional training.
The Reasonable Accommodation Process, following the guidelines established by Title I of the ADAAA, is a collaborative and interactive process.
If you are not sure if you qualify for accommodations, contact the Executive Director for Campus Accessibility & ADA/504 Coordinator to have a confidential conversation about your condition and the requirements of your job. The Executive Director will not share the fact that you contacted her, or your medical information, without your permission.
The process is a confidential, interactive one, with possibly several individuals involved.
If you have any questions about the ADA, reasonable accommodations, or require assistance completing the request form, please contact the Job Accommodations Specialist by phone at 504-247-1774, by fax at 504-862-8435 or by email at ADAaccess@tulane.edu