Congratulations Class of 2023!

Click here to watch or share the 2023 graduation events, including playback of the livestream, the doctoral hooding ceremony, and the awards ceremony. 


Tuition Funding Options

Enrolling at Tulane is an investment in your future. To make your graduate education even more affordable, consider the following:


United States citizens and Permanent Residents should complete the Free Application For Federal Aid (FAFSA) to determine eligibility for federal financial aid, and work-study. Tulane SPHTM's school code is 002029. Tulane Financial Aid for SPHTM can provide additional assistance.


Currents students may apply for a wide range of graduate, research, and teaching assistantships. These positions are based in the academic departments, research institutes, dean's office, and in conjunction with faculty research. Current students may also apply for positions throughout Tulane University by using the Workforce Management Office's job board and also Handshake, a resource that advertises all professional opportunities available to SPHTM students. Positions are not available until the student is on campus.



Admitted master's students have the option to apply for scholarship consideration within the admitted student portal. We encourage you to submit your program application by the priority deadline to ensure full consideration for funding. While it is still possible to be awarded a scholarship later in the admissions cycle, this is dependent upon whether funding is still available. 

The Association of Schools and Programs of Public Health (ASPPH) is also a useful resource for options on financing your degree. 


All PhD applicants are considered for funding at the time of application. No separate scholarship application is required for doctoral students.

DrPH students are eligible to apply for On the Frontlines scholarships. There is a separate application - talk to your enrollment advisor for more details.