The Director of Sponsored Programs distributes specific funding opportunity announcements to deans, department chairs, and individual faculty, as appropriate. The director and associate director are also available to discuss current grant opportunities and to assist faculty and staff in locating funding for their scholarly activities.
Grants.gov allows you to electronically find competitive grant opportunities from all Federal grant-making agencies.
GRC serves the American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU) and provides a list of current funding opportunities by discipline, training at workshops or webinars, bi-annual external funding conferences, online resource library, and GRC staff expertise. The GRC Bulletin and the Grant Week newsletter are available in weekly emails, containing grant opportunities and announcements. Under "Funding Resources" select "GrantSearch" and conduct your own keyword search.
For a list of GRC’s three regular publications, visit http://www.aascu.org/GRC/Publication/. GRC Deadline provides a list of upcoming grant deadlines, organized by college disciplines.
GrantForward helps you find grant opportunities that suit your research needs with a database of grants from over 12,000 sponsors which is updated daily. You can search for grants by keywords and advanced filters, save your favorite searches for new grant alerts, and save your favorite grants to keep track of them. When you build a profile, GrantForward recommends grants to you based on your CV, past publications, and research interests.
GrantForward Researcher Welcome Guide (2,118kB)
Federal Appropriations Program
Academic appropriations (earmarking) refers to the process by which the U.S. Congress attaches funding for specific university-directed projects to federal appropriations legislation. It is part of the annual Congressional budgeting process. Click here (25kB) for details.
Federal Grants. Federal grants are announced in the Federal Register (https://www.federalregister.gov/), the official daily publication for rules, proposed rules, and notices of federal agencies and organizations, as well as executive orders and other presidential documents.
State Grants. State grants are generally announced by the various state agencies through official publications and electronic bulletin boards. They usually require specific forms and formats.
Foundation Grants. Foundation grant agencies usually do not issue RFPs, but a number of privately published annual reports highlight available funding resources. Start by contacting Sponsored Programs for assistance with your search. Note: For many foundations, coordination is required with the SVSU Foundations Office. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org .
Sponsor Websites follow with detailed information: