Starting Points: Financial Aid handouts available near the UCF Library Reference Desk identify some guides to grant sources in the UCF Library's Reference Collection.
Information & Training will help you in finding funding with useful links and all the necessary forms.
Proposals was designed to assist you when planning your research with sample budgets, checklists, and much more.
Patents & Licensing covers state policy regarding patents and licensing agreements. It also contains all necessary forms as well as an Invention Disclosure Checklist.
Other UCF Resources
Centers & Grants (College of Education) provides information about activities in the College.
College of Engineering & Computer Science Research provides information about research and funding sources for the College.
College Research Office (College of Health & Public Affairs) provides information about research and funding sources for the College.
Fellowships, Grants, Awards (Florida Eastern Europe Linkage Institute) offers a variety of links to grantmaking foundations and organizations. While it is mostly focused on fellowships and grants available for international students, scholars and institutions, U.S. institutions and organizations may find it useful as well.
Contracts and Grants (Finance & Accounting Office) provides Facility & Adminstrative Rate Agreement, Fringe Benefit Rates for Contract & Grant Proposals, and accounting points to remember when using your grant.
Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance is a government-wide compendium of Federal programs, projects, services, and activities which provide assistance or benefits to the American public.
Notices of Funding Availability (NOFAs) are announcements that appear in the Federal Register, printed each business day by the United States government, inviting applications for Federal grant programs.
Federal Business Opportunities is is the single government point-of-entry (GPE) for Federal government procurement opportunities over $25,000. (See also Federal Supply Codes/Product Service Codes.) It replaced Commerce Business Daily, which provided a daily listing of federal government solicitations for research, development, and training contracts prior to January 2002.
TRAM Research Funding Opportunities and Administration contains a search engine for locating funding opportunities from many different agencies. The funding information is updated daily. TRAM also contains a set of grant application forms collected from various sources, as well as standard agreements for subcontracts, non-disclosures, licenses, and links to other servers related to research funding and administration.
SchoolGrants - Your One-Stop Site for K-12 Grant Opportunities
Grant Professionals Network of Central Florida - The mission of Grant Professionals Network of Central Florida, Inc. is to provide a collegial forum to facilitate training and resource development for grant professionals.
EPA Grant-Writing Tutorial (Purdue Univ)
GrantsWeb (Society of Research Administrators) identifies government resources, general resources, policy information & regulations, and private funding resources.
Federal Government Resources - Grants, Contracts, and Auctions (Univ of Michigan)
Starting Points: Financial Aid handouts available near the UCF Library Reference Desk identify some guides to foundations in the UCF Library's Reference Collection.
Foundation Finder allows you to search by name for basic information about foundations within the universe of more than 61,000 private and community foundations in the U.S.
Exempt Organizations Search (IRS) is an electronic version of the Publication 78 Cumulative List of Organizations, identifying organizations exempt from federal taxation.
Gift Givers Guide: A Guide to Charitable Giving in Florida (Florida Division of Consumer Services) can be searched by keywords from the name of an organization.
Charity Navigator provides information about the financial health of approximately 5,000 charities.
Grants, Foundations and Non-Profit Organizations (Orange County Library System) provides other links about non-profits and charitable organizations.
Starting Points: Financial Aid handouts available near the UCF Library Reference Desk identify guides to general and specialized sources of financial aid in the UCF Library's Reference Collection - primarily REF LB2337 and REF LB2338.
UCF Office of Student Financial Assistance provides online entrance & exit interviews, lists of scholarships & fellowships, forms & documents, etc.
FinAid! The SmartStudentTM Guide to Financial Aid provides information about loans, scholarships, military aid, financial calculations, etc.
Financial Aid (U.S. Dept of Education) provides information about grants, loans, work-study, and tax credits for education and how to apply for them.
FastWeb lets students create a free personalized profile that can be matched against a database with more than 600,000 scholarships totaling over $1 billion.
Students.Gov provides links to government resources for students.
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