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 firstname.lastname@example.org, 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.
Travel to major cities where Tulane's friends, parents, and alumni are located to explore career and internship options.
The Hope Grant is used to execute a program, project, or event designed to invest in creating a more equitable community at Tulane.
Our international, undocumented, and DACAmented students can request these fund to respond to unforeseen financial hardships and emergencies.
CAE can support you if you are pursuing original undergraduate research, a short-term study abroad experiences, an internship, or summer school.