The Grants Office can assist in finding prospective funding opportunities for your project, in helping connect you with potential campus and community partners, with editing the grant proposal and gathering all necessary documents for submission, and in providing guidance in developing grant budgets. We can also guide you through the grant application and submission process and, upon award, liaison with our fiscal office to help you obtain access to your grant funds. Our sources are primarily public (federal, state, or municipal).
View Federal grant opportunities from the NEH, NSF, NEA, NIH, and more. GRC provides access to a comprehensive suite of tools, services, and expertise to increase success in securing competitive grants from federal and private sponsors. Contact the Grants Office for login credentials and details.
Resources through GRC
GRC Bulletin: GRC Bulletin is a twice-weekly digest of grants.gov, Federal Register, and FedBizOpps notices with the potential to have an impact on higher education grant-seeking and program development.
GRC Grant Week: GRC GrantWeek is a weekly electronic news magazine that analyzes federal legislation, agency policies and challenges, and best practices in research administration with much of the information gathered on the ground in Washington.
GRC Deadlines: GRC Deadlines is a monthly funding opportunity alert that provides 90 days’ notice of federal agencies and private foundations application deadlines, along with all the information necessary to screen solicitations and contact program officers.
Faculty Alert System: You can sign up to receive email alerts based on your research/program agenda.
Philanthropy Massachusetts bridges the nonprofit and grantmaking communities by giving access to research and information to support your fund development program, providing professional development and networking opportunities for nonprofit staff members, and giving your nonprofit organization more visibility among and access to grant makers.
RFP Catalog: Search hundreds of current and upcoming RFPs.
Become a Grant Reviewer
Interested in becoming a grant reviewer? If you are considering applying to a particular program, serving as a reviewer for that program prior to submitting an application is an excellent way to gain valuable insight into what readers look for in an application and what happens to your grant after it is submitted. Federal agencies provide a stipend to reviewers, and most reviews are done remotely. Visit these links to learn how to apply to become a grant reviewer.