GAPSA Guidance

About the Program

The Graduate and Professional Student Association (GAPSA) would like to introduce GAPSA Guidance, a pilot program designed to provide graduate and professional students the opportunity to engage with leaders on campus and enhance their understanding of resources and services offered at Tulane. 

This pilot program will begin with a series of webinars known as GAPSA Guidance: things to know on campus. Each webinar will include a panel of key leaders from offices across campus, who will not only provide information regarding their office but also give you the opportunity to ask clarifying questions. In the future, we hope to also include a series of Town Halls to give students the opportunity to further discuss concerns with Tulane staff and administrators. 



As information is constantly changing, please note that some of the details provided during these webinars may differ today. Email if you have any questions or concerns.


Health, Safety, and Wellness (February 24, 2021)

Questions Asked via Q&A submissions

Moderated by: Arianne D. Sacramento


Campus Health – Scott Tims
The Well for Health Promotion – Alicia Czachowski
Counseling Services – Gil Lerma
Case Management – Erica Woodley
Title IX Office – Meredith Smith


Other sites to note

Health Center
Counseling Center Groups
Concerns Report


Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (March 4, 2021)

Questions Asked via Q&A submissions

Note that some of the answers were elaborated on during the webinar.

Moderated by Antoinette Bell-Kareem and Tomi Akingbola, Co-Chairs of the Graduate Diversity Committee


Office of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion – Anneliese Singh
Carolyn Barber-Pierre Center of Intercultural Life – Carolyn Barber-Pierre
Office of Multicultural Affairs – Sienna Abdulahad 
Office of Gender and Sexual Diversity – Petey Peterson
Office of International Students and Scholars – Elizabeth Nazar
Office of Institutional Equity – Tiffany Smith