Fund your passion project with the help of Newcomb-Tulane College and other on-campus departments. Learn more about what’s available to you below.
Newcomb-Tulane College’s Grant Program awards $100,000 annually to support undergraduate research, conference travel, internships, and special projects. If you are interested in applying, please consider attending one of our grant info luncheons, email email@example.com for an appointment with a grant advisor, or take a look at the FAQ.
NTC’s Center for Academic Equity provides grants for academic engagement and enrichment. These opportunities include but are not limited to, conference travel, Tulane Takeover participation, social entrepreneurship around equity and inclusion during the academic year as well as research, internships, and study abroad and NTC summer school between May and August.
Newcomb College Institute provides funding for research, conference travel, and community engagement projects. NCI also supports undergraduates with funding for experiential learning and internships that connect to the institute’s mission of gender equity.
The Center for Engaged Learning and Teaching provides funding through the CELT Summer Internship Award to undergraduate students to participate in unpaid or minimally compensated internships that are based in the U.S. or other countries.
The Center for Public Service manages several award, scholarship and grant programs to help support students in their service interests. The scholarship programs are offered to students in recognition of their dedication to service as well as to support their service efforts during their Tulane
The Phyllis M. Taylor Center for Social Innovation and Design Thinking offers internship support for Tulane students interested in pursuing careers related to social innovation, social entrepreneurship, design thinking, and change making.