Through the generosity of individual, corporate, and foundation donors, the Tulane University School of Social Work offers scholarships to a number of gifted graduate students based upon a variety of criteria, including academic excellence, geographic and personal background, and professional experience. Amounts may vary from partial to full tuition.
You may also be eligible for one of the following:
Students pursuing a Master of Public Health and Master of Social Work dual degree may be eligible for one of the following opportunities:
- The Pincus Violence Prevention Scholarship is a new interdisciplinary, two-year scholarship program that integrates faculty across all schools at Tulane, particularly the Schools of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, Social Work, and Medicine, the Violence Prevention Institute (VPI), and a network of community partners across the city. More information is available here.
- The Phillip O. Lawson Graduate Scholarship Endowed Fund is used for graduate students in the joint Master of Public Health and Master of Social Work degree program awarded through the School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine. More information is available here.
No separate application is needed for consideration for the scholarships listed below. The School identifies those applicants who demonstrate outstanding potential based on their application to the program. To be considered for scholarships, prospective students must complete their applications for admission and indicate that they would like to be considered for scholarships. Enrolled students can inquire about scholarships by emailing email@example.com.
Our social work students dedicate their lives to helping others wherever they are. When you invest in them, you provide healing and resilience to New Orleans and around the world. Those interested in funding a scholarship can contact our Director of Alumni and Individual Giving, Christiana Lederman at firstname.lastname@example.org.