Boudreaux Scholarship

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Funding your degree

The Boudreaux Scholarship, in the Tulane School of Architecture, intends to support the education of students from historically underrepresented groups (such as first-generation college students, veterans, students that are financially/economically disadvantaged, etc.) and who will, therefore, contribute to the diversity in the professions of the built environment. Eligibility for this scholarship is open to all qualified students, regarding of demographic classifications protected by law (i.e., race, national origin, sex, religion, etc.). This scholarship is available to one incoming graduate student in each of our programs, Architecture, Historic Preservation, and Sustainable Real Estate Development. It is part of initiatives that aim to increase equity, diversity, and inclusion within the school, the university, and the professional fields.

All applicants are automatically considered for this award, and it is given in addition to merit aid. This award is given over the course of the entire graduate program at Tulane. In order to maintain eligibility, Boudreaux Scholars are expected to maintain at least a 3.0 GPA.

Students can apply on the TuSA Graduation Admissions page.

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2023-2024 Scholars

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Joshua McGrew


Headshot of Boudreaux Scholar Jade Johnson

Jade Johnson

Real Estate Development

2022-2023 Scholars

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Analiese De Saw


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Thais Emilia De Four

Historic Preservation

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Monique Brown

Real Estate Development

2021-2022 Scholars

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Tahlor Cleveland


Previous Boudreoux Scholars

  • Monica Davis, Historic Preservation, 2021-2022