When looking for grants and other financial opportunities, you might quickly find more information than you were looking for. There are hundreds of grant resources located on the internet. The links on this page will take you to some of the more user-friendly resources available.
Also, UVU has retained several proprietary databases for the purpose of grant research. If you would like more information on how to establish your own access into some of the resources available, contact the Sponsored Programs office at extension 6479.
That said, here are some external resources available to you:
Federal Grant Research (www.grants.gov)
grants.gov lists only those grant opportunities that are currently open for solicitations, not all grant opportunities that may be available during a year or regular funding cycle. To search for federal grant opportunities that may be available but which are not presently open to solicitation, search the Catalog for Federal and Domestic Assistance (CFDA). This is also a service free to the public. This publication and related databases, produced by the General Services Administration, lists all federal domestic assistance programs available from all federal agencies
UVU also subscribes to information resources for grants from federal, Private Foundations, and Corporate Foundation sources. These are only available to faculty and staff of UVU. Please contact the Sponsored Programs Office if you are interested in these additional resources or to learn more about how to find available grant opportunities, 863-6039. If you or your, department intend to apply for a grant, please fill out the Notification of Intent to Submit (pdf) and submit it to the Office of Sponsored Programs, BA 201c, BEFORE you begin preparing a proposal. This will enable us to both coordinate and consolidate grant writing efforts across campus.