There are more than $100,000 of grants available for the 20-21 academic year. Apply today!
The remaining deadlines for spring semester are March 15 and April 15. April 15 is also the deadline for DMP students to request NTC funding for their capstone films.
COVID-19 Info: With the understanding that the crisis may continue and make travel impossible, we are still accepting applications that involve international travel. If your project ends up being delayed or canceled, we will work with you to see if we can postpone the trip, or put the funds toward a related project. If this is not possible, the funds will not be disbursed.
If you are awarded funding: Please delay purchases—especially travel related—for as long as you can. If your project ends up becoming impossible to finish (or you will graduate beforehand), you will need to pay back the grant. This is the last thing we want to be asking students to do. If your project ends up not being possible to complete, we encourage you still to list the award on your resume or CV. A reminder that students must use grant funds while they are undergraduates of Newcomb-Tulane College. In other words, funds need to be used prior to graduation.
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have further questions.
Newcomb-Tulane College awards $100,000 annually to support undergraduate research, conference travel, internships, and special projects.
Visit the applications page to read about grant requirements and to submit an application. If there is a specific grant program you are interested in, you are welcome to make a note of that. Past recipients and their stories are a great way to get an idea of what students have used grants for.
Grants are reviewed monthly while classes are in session. Submit by the 15th to receive a decision by the first week of the new month. Applications for summer internship funding are only considered during March and April.
For help with the grant application process, please contact the Office of Academic Programs at email@example.com, 504-862-8741, or by visiting Cudd Hall 201A.