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Grants and Proposals: Additional Resources

This guide is designed to help you navigate the process of finding and applying for outside funding.

The Foundation Center

The Foundation Center Library
79 Fifth Avenue (at 16th Street)
Second Floor
New York, NY 10003

The Foundation Center is an authority on institutional philanthropy and is dedicated to serving grantseekers, grantmakers, researchers, policymakers, the media, and the general public.  They offer free classes and full-day training courses.

Open to the public.  See visitor information here.

On-campus Resources

NYU Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships
See their Scholarships and Grants page for links to additional resources.

NYU Office of Sponsored Programs (OSP)
OSP is staffed by Projects Officers knowledgeable about funding opportunities in a wide range of academic fields and experienced in dealing with public and private not-for-profit sponsors. Projects Officers can help you identify appropriate potential sponsors, interpret guidelines, develop budgets, and fulfill application requirements. OSP also provides institutional sign off on proposal submissions, negotiates awards with sponsors and guides investigators in funded project administration.  See OSP's links to additional databases and resources for internal and external funding.

NYU Student Resource Center (SRC)
SRC helps students navigate university resources and services, provide academic referrals, and promote and provide ways for students to get connected and stay informed at NYU. Check out their Money Management Resources website for NYU students sponsored by the Division of Student Affairs.

NYU Wasserman Center for Career Development
The Wasserman Center for Career Development empowers NYU students and alumni to succeed at every stage of their professional development. Check out their services and resources specially geared for graduate students.

NYU Office of Global Services (OGS)
OGS seeks to further the aims of the Global Network University through excellence in advising, designing, and maintaining specialized administrative processes and procedures, ensuring federal compliance related to the immigration statuses and mobility needs of our academic community worldwide, developing appropriate technical and cultural programs, and advocating effectively for the needs of the NYU international community. 

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