Professional & Graduate Education


Graduate Fellowships

Private support for graduate fellowships at Tulane is crucial. Graduate students are a vital part of the success of every academic initiative and research project at Tulane. Your investment in them enables Tulane to meet global challenges, create new art forms and spur economic growth. Generosity from supporters like you provides the financial leverage needed to stay competitive and recruit the best scholars in the nation.

Professional and Graduate Programs

A. B. Freeman School of Business – Your gift to the Freeman School will help fuel our efforts to prepare business students for careers in today’s complex global economy. With your support, we can continue to attract and retain an outstanding faculty, invest in special projects and initiatives, and ensure that our facilities meet the needs of a world-class business school. Your generosity will help us to not only train the next generation of leaders and entrepreneurs, but also provide businesses throughout the nation with a strong pipeline of talent for years to come.

School of Architecture – Contributions to the School of Architecture allow us to create additional opportunities for students to engage in community projects and think critically about urban design. Our architecture students go beyond the traditional classroom setting and gain hands-on experience revitalizing neighborhoods. Your generosity will give future innovators and visionaries the tools they need to become successful in this highly competitive field.

School of Law – Your generosity will help promote excellence in all aspects of legal education and broaden educational opportunities for our hardworking law students. From teaching and research to public service, your gift ensures that our graduates have the global perspective and sophistication essential for modern law practice. The resulting combination—lawyers primed for leadership in the world to come—is both powerful and distinctly Tulane.

School of Medicine – From research breakthroughs to new community outreach programs, the School of Medicine is thriving because of support from alumni and friends like you. Your gift will provide resources to enhance faculty research, support medical students and ensure excellence in patient care for children and families throughout our region. With your help, medical students and researchers can continue to provide the best in health care services, and Tulane can offer tomorrow’s doctors and medical scholars the highest quality education possible.

School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine – Your contribution to the School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine will help us attract and support the best and brightest students, faculty, scientists and researchers. Our public health team is working hard to combat complex problems affecting communities across the globe, and gifts from alumni and friends like you strengthen their efforts. 

School of Science and Engineering – By giving to the School of Science and Engineering you will be supporting future generations of scientists and engineers who will make breakthroughs on the mechanisms underlying diseases, identify new and sustainable sources of energy, and create innovative materials for the greater good. Your generosity gives the School of Science and Engineering, which trains the largest number of doctoral students at Tulane, the resources to recruit the world’s best and brightest graduate students and to provide fellowships for these deserving students that keep Tulane a research active and innovative institution.

School of Social Work – Your support will help us to continue developing innovative programs and partnerships that keep us at the forefront of teaching, research and outreach. Generosity from alumni and friends like you ensures that we can provide a superior educational experience for students learning in the classroom, working in the field and conducting research in both. Our social work students dedicate their lives to helping others—when you invest in them you help empower communities in New Orleans and around the world.