These forms should be utilized to inquire about or report Graduate Studies concerns that are not related to Title IX (see below).
Office of the Ombuds:
The LSU University Ombuds Office is a confidential, impartial, independent, and informal
process for faculty, staff, medical residents, and graduate and undergraduate students
to seek assistance and guidance to resolve barriers to productivity and to increase
the quality of their experience.
Campus Assistance Program (CAP):
The mission of this office is to support the mental, emotional, and physical well-being of students, faculty, staff, and immediate family members in order to promote the overall health and effectiveness of the LSUHSC-NO community
This office oversees compliance with Title IX, a federal law that prohibits discrimination based on sex. This includes things such as gender discrimination and sexual misconduct.
This office is responsible for assessing tuition and fees, collecting payments, and processing student refunds.
This office administers grants, loans, scholarships, and part-time employment.
This office oversees academic records such as course schedules, transfer credits, transcripts, etc. as well as commencement.
This office provides primary health care, mental health assistance, immunizations, lab tests and x-rays, allergy injections, women's health exams, and exams for away rotations/residency for students.
The John P. Isché and Dental Libraries serve all LSUHSC-New Orleans students, faculty, residents/fellows and staff with a wide array of services, electronic materials (databases, books and journals), as well as print materials.