Except as noted below, information regarding tuition and fees, residence halls and meals, financial obligations, financial aid, academic management services, short-term charitable remainder trust, and veteran’s benefits is the same as for undergraduate students. See “Financial Information” for more information.
Tuition and fees rate schedules are established at the university level; however, some fees, such as dissertator fees, are established by the individual schools or programs. Students who have assistantships are often granted tuition waivers, but fees are the responsibility of the student. Consult the graduate adviser of the appropriate school for more information on tuition and fees.
No diploma or certificate of credit is given to a student who is in default of any payment due to a division of the university.
Tulane’s graduate programs award their own scholarships, fellowships, and assistantships. Contact the graduate programs for information on the availability of funds and how to apply. Tulane’s Financial Aid Office calculates a student’s eligibility for federal aid to supplement awards made by the graduate programs. Note that federal aid decisions for students seeking law degrees are made at the Law Financial Aid Office and those for medical and public health students are made at the Health Sciences Center Financial Aid Office.