The Center for Academic Equity offers grant funding for summer experiences such as internships, study abroad, research, and more. Emergency funding is available to respond to unforeseen financial hardships/emergencies for BIPOC, DACA, Undocumented, LGBTQ+, and first-generation college students to close gaps in funding for academic needs or emergency circumstances. Please note CAE emergency funds are only available to Newcomb-Tulane College (NTC) undergraduate students. Emergency funds generally do not exceed $500.
Explore our various funding opportunities below for more information about the application process, requirements, and due dates. If you have questions or require assistance in completing an application, contact email@example.com, 504-314-7571, or visit Richardson Building, suite 102.
You can apply for a one-time grant in response to an unforeseen financial hardships or emergency that prevents you from completing your coursework.
CAE can support you if you are pursuing original undergraduate research, a short-term study abroad experiences, an internship, or summer school.
An Airtable document with many of the available Tulane funding for a vast array of experiences.