The purpose of the Tulane Honors Program is to provide academically gifted and intellectually curious students unique opportunities for exploration and immersion in both multi-disciplinary and specialized scholarship. As a unit of Newcomb-Tulane College, the Honors Program serves students of all academic majors.
Kendall Gardner, a 2020 graduate of Tulane University, is the winner of a George C. Marshall Scholarship, becoming the second Tulanian in as many years to be honored with the prestigious award, which is considered one of the country’s most selective scholarships.
The Honors Program of Newcomb-Tulane College announced the news Dec. 8, with Lee Skinner, dean of Newcomb-Tulane College, calling Gardner a “Tulane student with a passion for learning paired with her commitment to taking meaningful action in her community.”Learn More
The Institute of International Education awarded Boren Scholarships to three Tulane University undergraduate students to fund their international studies. With the support of the Boren Scholarship, Maura “Skye” Turner and Grant Little will study in Brazil, and Kathryn Latham will study in Senegal.Learn More
Stefan Suazo is a sophomore Honors student and Stamps Scholar studying Political Economy at Tulane and is committed to being an active public servant beyond the Tulane campus in a serious and significant way. Not satisfied with only pursuing student governmental positions, he hopes to become the newest member of the Jefferson Parish School Board.Learn More
Since 1904, Tulane scholars have been recipients of some of the most prestigious scholarships and fellowships in the academic world.
In 2016-17 and 2017-18, Tulane University was recognized by the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs as a top producer of Fulbright students.