Searching and applying for grants is an ongoing process. As an English graduate student in creative writing once said to me, he is his own secretary: once a week he sets aside a few hours to search and apply for grants. He always had applications out there to fund his projects.
Grants are available for study, research, and creative endeavors. There are some basic tips to keep in mind as you apply for grants.
In this guide, we provide links to online resources and locations of print sources located in the Main Library. Also check the websites of associations and periodicals in your discipline.
As a member of DU, you can create a profile for yourself in Pivot COS. Set up profile of your research interests and you will be notified by email of funding alerts. When you join, use your du.edu email account so that the system recognizes you as a member of our community.
As graduate students, there are challenges for finding grants, for there are fewer available to you as individuals and it takes time to find the right grant for you.