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CSU Links - Funding and Student Information
- Grants to Individuals: Michigan State University’s Library provides many funding links for students and others (Jon Harrison : Page Editor).
- Fellowship Notebook: Cornell University site offering fellowship/research/etc.links.
- GradFunding Guide: University of Houston, College of Arts & Science compilation.
- Grad Research Grants: Duke University page offering a compendium of opportunities.
- Community of Science Funding Opportunities Database (RefWorks/COS):
This database can be used to identify additional funding opportunities in science, arts, and humanities.
- Foundation Grants to Individuals Online :
You can purchase your own subscription or come to Office of Sponsored Programs and Research to access it on campus. The database includes over 6,000 foundations and public charities that fund individual grantseekers and is searchable by nine different criteria. Updated quarterly.
- ENotes Scholarships and Loans Directory : A database comprising over 7, 000 scholarships, grants, loans, prizes, and fellowships. Enotes users can access about 4,000 scholarships by type of school, gender, field of study and special recipient criteria or browse by state/province using the links provided.
- IEEE Foundation Educational Programs, Scholarships, Fellowships & Student Grants : IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc.) Foundation advances the core purpose of the institute which is supporting excellent technological innovations for the benefit of humanity. To fulfill its role, the IEEE Foundation awards grants to new and innovative projects and administers more than 125 donor designated funds that support a variety of educational, humanitarian, historical preservation, and peer recognition programs of IEEE.
Grants for Special Populations
- students.gov: US government web site designed for college students and their families. This site provides you access to information and resources from the US government. Through students.gov, you can link to government (and selected non-government) web sites to help you:
- Choose the right college
- Apply online for financial aid and scholarships
- Find summer internships or jobs
- Learn about careers that interest you
- Tap into government research databases
- Get a passport
- Find rewarding volunteer opportunities
- Many other services
- Graduate Students Funding Information
- Federal Fellowships/Research Funding: from students.gov
- Federal Scholarships/Grants: from students.gov
- USAJOBS - STUDENTJOBS: Additional Opportunities for Students encompasses Jobs, Internships, Scholarships, Fellowships, Grants, and Apprenticeships within the Federal Government linking to the educational opportunities available to students high school through doctorate level and career professionals
- Department of Education Financial Aid Office: Direct link to the FAFSA and important federal financial aid data
- National Academies: Dissertation, postdoctoral, and other fellowship programs for advanced study in research-based disciplines
State of Ohio Funding Opportunities
- Ohio Board of Regents: The Board of Regents web site links you to financial aid information, fellowships and scholarships available through their programs.