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Center for Academic Equity

Newcomb-Tulane College’s Center for Academic Equity is committed to supporting you, our students from historically underrepresented groups, with unique learning opportunities and generous need-based support for the entirety of your time at Tulane. The center’s staff, its campus partners, and foundational partners offer additional mentorship and support to help you prepare the academic, social, and professional skills needed to thrive on campus and beyond.

  Academic Equity Spotlights

Pile of "My Pronouns Are"buttons on a wooden table.
Campus Partner: The Office of Gender & Sexual Diversity

Part of the Carolyn Barber Pierre Center for Intercultural Life, OGSD envisions a campus community that is accountable and committed to eliminating heterosexism and cissexism through an intersectional, racial justice, and decolonization approach.

Kennon Stewart with research poster at the Tulane Ideas Symposium
Student: Kennon Stewart, NTC ’20

In this 2020 Collegian Magazine student feature, Kennon Stewart credits the CAE with supporting him throughout his time at Tulane as well as providing a space for him to excel, do research and learn more about himself and his future goals.

The Center for Academic Equity's Resource Lending Library provided 94 students with course-based learning tools such as textbooks, calculators, and course codes for free in 2020-2021.

The Center for Academic Equity awarded 80 grants to support undergraduate research, conference travel, internships, and special projects in 2020-2021.