Indiana University provides students with access to a number of subscription databases to search for grant opportunities in all disciplines. Each site has relevant support materials/help pages available. The GGC provides help with navigating these resources through our search appointments.
Fellowship Finder is a free database from the Office of External Fellowships at Illinois, featuring over 1,100 curated listings of grants and fellowships for graduate students with new features that allow for faster and more targeted searches as well as sharing through social media. They explain these features in a blog post, Grad School 101: How to Find Fellowships That Are Right for You.
Grant Forward, formerly IRIS, is a pre-award funding search with administration console. Grant Forward focuses on improving the inventory of foundation, federal and other funding sources while providing an intuitive, powerful search and flexible management experience.
Foundation Grants to Individuals Online, accessible via GGC staff, is a funding search engine available through Foundation Center. FGI is especially helpful for students in the performing arts and SPEA. It is also a great place to start searches to fund public-private partnerships or community service initiatives. Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org request a search tailored to your studies/research. FGI is also available at the Scholars Commons/Reference desks in Wells Library (East and West), in ORA, OVPR (Eigenmann Hall), in the SPEA/Business Library and Career Services and in the Hoosier Room of the Monroe County Public Library. If you’re working on a public-private partnership or seeking to fund projects not directly related to your studies at IU, please consult the reference librarians in the Hoosier Room (MCPL), as they have received special training in seeking community service funding, courtesy of the United Way.
ProFellow fellowships database includes information on more than 1,000 funded fellowship programs for professionals, undergraduates, graduates, and postgraduates across all disciplines.
George Mason University’s Fellowship Opportunities webpage. Provides links to many well-known fellowship sources as well as lists of opportunities divided by academic field.
Find and apply for competitive grant opportunities from all US Federal grant-making agencies.
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