In addition to the Tulane University Financial Aid Office, departments within Newcomb-Tulane College are also able to offer financial assistance with your summer plans:
Newcomb-Tulane College has established the Dean’s Summer School Fund to support Tulane University students with financial need who are interested in enrolling in a Newcomb-Tulane College Summer School course. The Fund will award scholarships that cover the cost of tuition for one course, any co-requisite labs, and course fees.
More information is available here: https://summerschool.tulane.edu/deans-summer-school-fund.
Newcomb-Tulane College awards $100,000 annually to full-time undergraduate students. Applications for summer internship funding are only considered during March and April. For more information visit: https://enrichment.tulane.edu/grants-academic-enrichment.
Explore areas of interest by working alongside faculty in those fields or conducting independent research during summer break. The NTC Summer Research Program offers routes for students to choose from. For more information visit: undergrad-research.tulane.edu/srp.
The Center for Academic Equity can support you during your summer if you are pursing original undergraduate research, a short-term study abroad experience, or an unpaid or minimally-paid internship. They offer a variety of grants, scholarships, or stipends to cover associated expenses. Supporting these opportunities is important to the Center, as they believe the hands-on experiences can provide you with windows into future careers and prepare you for employment and graduate school admissions.
If you are rewarded a summer grant or fellowship, you will reflect on and summarize your experience by presenting at the annual NTC Research & Idea Symposium. For more information visit: https://academic-equity.tulane.edu/resources/summer-grant-fund.