Student Scholarships at Tulane SoPA
Several scholarships are designated especially for SoPA students. Click the links below for information about each scholarship, and how to apply.
Brian and Jill Rowe Foundation Scholarship
Students who are US military veterans or on active duty with the US military are eligible to apply for the Rowe scholarships.
Louis E. Barrilleaux Scholarships for Alpha Sigma Lambda Members
Eligible students must be members or newly invited to join Alpha Sigma Lambda, the national honor society for part-time students.
Harrah's Scholarships for Minority Students
Awarded to undergraduate School of Professional Advancement students who contribute to the ethnic diversity of Tulane’s undergraduate population.
James Monaghan and Alana Bishop Monaghan Scholarship
Open to undergraduate students majoring or minoring in Homeland Security Studies.
Osher Re-entry Scholarships
Eligible students must be undergraduates pursuing their first bachelor’s degree between the ages of 25 and 50. Students must have earned at least 9 credits at Tulane, but not more than 40 credits.
Tidewater/Thomas J. Assad Scholarship
Awarded to undergraduate students majoring or minoring in English. No application is necessary; all eligible students are screened for this award.
The Elmo and Margaret Allen Waltzer Scholarship
Awarded to students who provide service to their communities, to the School of Professional Advancement, or to Tulane University. No applications accepted for this award.
Phi Theta Kappa Scholarship
The Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) scholarship is a gap scholarship to help fill the gaps for students in Louisiana Community & Technical Colleges. This scholarship fills the gap between tuition, mandatory fees, and awarded financial aid.
Marching Band Scholarship
Students who participate in the Tulane Marching band are eligible for TUMB scholarships to assist with tuition costs of band courses.
- AAUW Fellowships and Grants
Research grants and fellowships available to women scholars, allowing them to pursue academic work and lead innovative community projects to empower women and girls.
For more information, students should consult their advisor.