Student Government Association (SGA)
The SGA serves as a focus for student concerns and activities through representing student views to the administration and faculty. Student involvement is encouraged and reflected in representation on special school committees, including student services, general faculty, and curriculum.
Student-Run Clinic Counsel (SCC)
MPH Partnership and MHA Partnership (Service Organization)
The Tulane Student Clinic Counsel has two chapters at the SPHTM: one for MPH candidates (MPH-SCC) and one for MHA candidates (MHA-SCC). This club allows current students the ability to volunteer within the seven Tulane School of Medicine clinics. Students work on various public health projects, including: patient navigation, patient education, needs assessments, etc. Membership is open to all MPH, MD-MPH, and MHA candidates year round.
Students United for Reproductive Freedom-Tulane University Public Health (SURF-TUPH)
SURF-TUPHhas a mission to improve the reproductive freedom of New Orleanians through partnership with organizations in New Orleans and the Greater New Orleans area. We aim to bring the knowledge, passion, and resources of the Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine (SPHTM) to organizations that improve public health outcomes surrounding reproduction and sexual choice, communities in need of support for their efforts in the achievement of reproductive equality, and ultimately to the individuals and populations that are most deprived of reproductive choice. This includes people of any and all ages and genders.
Tulane African Student Association (TASA)
TASA's mission is to connect African students on Tulane's campus and provide a way for them to develop a "home away from home" in New Orleans while maintaining a connection to Africa. TASA also aims to enlighten the Tulane community and each other about our different cultures and the different aspects of Africa through a variety of programs.
Tulane Society for Sexuality, Health and Gender (TSSHaG)
The mission of TSSHaG shall be to create a public health forum that works at the intersections of health, gender and sexuality, with a particular focus on their relevance to marginalized communities. This shall be accomplished through critical conversation, analysis, capacity building, and community development. TSSHaG is a space for people of all gender identities and sexualities interested in promoting such endeavors.