FDU Intramural Funding

The University Provost Intramural Grant program is published each spring to cultivate FDU faculty research, offering project support, professional mentorship, and research protected time as needed. Proposals are peer-reviewed, must be meritorious and have the potential for extramural support. Read more about the grant program.

You may also inquire with your College administrative office about College Grant-in-Aid  opportunities. Please note that these programs are outside the purview of GSP.

Extramural Funding

Search Engines

The Office of Grants and Sponsored Projects (GSP) recommends three primary search engines for identifying potential extramural funding opportunities. They are:

Additional agency links for Federal Sponsoring Agencies and State Sponsoring Agencies can be accessed via the navigation tabs on the left.


GrantForward is a search engine dedicated to helping institutions and individuals find grants to fund their research.

  • GrantForward covers more than 20,000 sponsors worldwide to provide a comprehensive database of more than 83,000 funding opportunities linked with over 6,000 pre-solicitations and 2.1M funded awards that continues to grow with the most up-to-date information.
  • GrantForward’s powerful search system helps to lessen the hassle of searching for grants with advanced search filters and specialized search features.
  • GrantForward researcher profiles allow researchers to highlight their research achievements and interests to receive personalized grant recommendations that match their research needs.

Create Your GrantForward Account and Researcher Profile

  • Start moving your research forward by creating an account to access GrantForward. In order to be able to take advantage of all of the features that GrantForward offers, you will have to create an account using your institution email address.
  • If you would like to benefit from receiving grant recommendations, then you will also need to make sure to create your researcher profile. is a centralized portal used by the majority of federal agencies for (a) finding government funding, and (b) submitting and tracking government grant proposals. Proposals to federal agencies have all transitioned to electronic submission., as a search engine, is a comprehensive source for locating and learning more about federal funding opportunities. It permits the execution of basic or advanced searches by agency, grant category or keyword. Automatic updates are also available by signing on for email alerts., for proposal preparation and electronic submission, allows for system-to-system transmission of grant proposals. The GSP is registered to officially submit proposals electronically on behalf of FDU.