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Financial Aid

Undocumented students are eligible for up to $20,000 in institutional need-based financial aid from Tulane. Applicants that have been awarded that amount or greater in merit scholarships are not eligible for further aid. Students are re-evaluated for need-based on an annual basis. To apply, students must submit a CSS Profile and all necessary supporting documents. It is highly recommended you do so by February 15, 2018.

Undocumented students are eligible to apply for all other available merit scholarships, including:

  • The Community Service Fellowship
  • The Deans’ Honor Scholarship
  • The Paul Tulane Award
  • Partial merit scholarships

Please contact your admission counselor for more information about scholarships.

Brandt Dixon Scholarship

This is a partial or full tuition renewable for four years. It is awarded to one or more Latin American female students pursuing studies in the Liberal Arts. Typical recipients demonstrate strong academic and extracurricular credentials. No separate application is required. All Latin American female applicants are automatically considered for this scholarship when they apply for admission to Tulane.