Grants and other funding opportunities for faculty, staff, and students are compiled monthly in the Rollins Grants & Contracts E-Newsletter. To subscribe, contact Devon Massot.
Check out all upcoming deadlines for the National Science Foundation, or go to Finding Funding at www.nsf.gov.
Click here for a list of common funding sources and fellowships to support faculty sabbaticals.
Note: Account required for off-campus access. Contact Devon Massot.
A subscription service to one of the most widely used funding opportunity databases covering all disciplines. InfoEd tracks the funding programs (e.g., research grants, fellowships, publication support, sabbatical support, curriculum development, etc.) of over 6,000 government, private, and non-profit funding sources worldwide.
Creating a SMARTS/GENIUS profile in the InfoEd SPINPlus database will allow you to store individual search criteria and receive regular emails notifying you of any matching opportunities. Faculty, staff, and students should contact Devon Massot to request an account.
Highlighting funding opportunities and other information related to the humanities and social sciences.
Exhibitions, grants, news, and publication resources for artists of all disciplines.
This is a free service for scientific grants and funding.
All discretionary grants offered by the 26 federal grant-making agencies can be found through Grants.gov
The Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance (CFDA) is a government-wide compendium of all Federal programs, projects, services, and activities that provide assistance or benefits to the American public.
You may also search these federal, state, and other common funding agencies.
A comprehensive database of information on the more than 95,000 foundations, corporate donors, and grantmaking public charities in the U.S. and 1.3 million of their recent grants.
Please contact the Office of Foundation Relations for more information on finding and applying for funding from private and corporate foundations.