Tulane Merit Scholarships

Tulane Merit Scholarships
Description English: The quadrangle located behind Gibson Hall at the Uptown campus of Tulane University Date 27 August 2009 Source Own work Author Gonk

Finding individual college merit scholarship information can take a lot of time. Instead, we’ve gathered the statistics you need to know about Tulane’s merit scholarships, at a quick glance.

Before diving in, make sure to review The Ultimate Guide to Merit Scholarships.

 

Tulane’s Merit Scholarships Statistics

  • Percentage of students with no financial need: 67%
  • Percentage of students with no financial need who were awarded merit scholarships: 62%
  • Average dollar amount of non-need based merit scholarships: $23,983

 

Partial Scholarships

 

Requirements: No application required. These awards are based on the strength of the admission application within the context of a given year’s applicant pool.

Award Amount: up to $32,000 per year

 

Full Scholarships

 

Dean’s Honor Scholarship

This scholarship seeks to recognize superior high school performance, extremely competitive standardized test scores, exceptional community and secondary school involvement, and extraordinary intellectual promise.

Due Date: December 5

 

Paul Tulane Award

This award aims to recognize superior high school performance, extremely competitive standardized test scores, exceptional community and secondary school involvement, and extraordinary intellectual promise.

Due Date: December 5

 

Stamps Scholarship

This is Tulane’s most prestigious merit award. This scholarship recognizes and rewards exceptional students who exemplify leadership, perseverance, scholarship, service, and innovation.

Due Date: December 5

 

Sotomayor Full-Tuition Public Service Scholarship

This scholarship is awarded to a student that has demonstrated high academic achievement and a commitment to public service. It is awarded to one student each year.

 

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Want to easily research merit scholarships for all schools without having to google each college’s common data set?

Check out our College Data Spreadsheet. An easy to use resource that combines government college data (IPEDS) with common data set information.

In one resource you’ll be able to filter, sort, and compare colleges by merit scholarships as well as other variables such as:

  • Location
  • School Size
  • % Male vs Female
  • 4 Year Graduation Rate
  • % of Returning Freshmen
  • Average and 75th Percentile Test Scores
  • Early Decision, Early Action, Regular Decision Admit Rates
  • Availability of Honors or Co-op Programs
  • Acceptance of AP Credits
  • Application, Financial Aid, and Housing Deposit Deadlines
  • And so much more!

Having this information all in one place saves you time otherwise spent searching individual college websites. It also gives you the ability to filter, sort, and compare ANY criteria or combination of criteria that’s important to your family.

You can quickly and easily use the spreadsheet to find colleges where your student is in the top 25th percentile of applicants and more likely to receive merit scholarships.

Use the spreadsheet to quickly search and find schools where your student is likely to be accepted and receive need based aid and/or merit scholarships.

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Merit scholarship information for other schools:

 Duke USC Carnegie Mellon Rutgers Vanderbilt NYU Georgia Tech Northeastern Northwestern


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