Professional (pursuing MD) and graduate level students (pursuing Master’s/PhD) seeking aid to supplement any assistance being offered by The School of Medicine and/or the various departments within the school should use this information to complete the aid application process. The downtown Health Sciences campus (504.988.6135) Tulane Financial Aid office serves these students.
The following checklists and cost of attendance figures are based on each specific program/degree.
Anatomic Pathology; Biochemistry; Bioethics and Medical Humanities; Biomedical; Medical Genetics & Genomics; Microbiology & Immunology; Molecular Medicine; Pharmacology; Physiology
The School of Medicine and/or the various departments within the school will notify incoming and continuing graduate level students of any merit-based scholarships, fellowships, and/or stipends. You are required to notify the Tulane Financial Aid Office of your receipt of such awards, as our office will then determine your eligibility for any federal student aid resources to supplement any aid received from the School and/or your department.