Scholarly Support and External Funding Search Tools
Online, Searchable Funding Databases
Searchable funding databases available to Pacific University’s faculty, students, and staff.
This database includes active federal, state, and private funding opportunities in a variety of disciplines, including the sciences, social sciences, arts, and humanities. The database also includes fellowships and scholarships for graduate and undergraduate students. Register and sign in by creating an account using your Pacific University e-mail address and a new password (your PUNet ID and password cannot be used for GrantForward).
This database includes information on the giving priorities of the 10,000 largest U.S. foundations.
Contact Amy Callahan, Major Gift Officer of Corporate and Foundation Relations, at 503-352-2838 or email@example.com, for login and password information.
Federal Funding Search Tools
Portal to funding opportunities available from 26 federal grant-making agencies.
Sign up for Grants.gov funding email alert service
NSF Proposal and Award Policies and Procedures Guide (published January 2016)
Select Federal Funding Agencies
U.S. Department of Health & Social Services agencies
State Funding Entities
Oregon-Based Funding Sources
CaFE for Artists (Searchable listing of open calls to artists for grants, awards, competitions, exhibitions, etc.)
Newton’s List (Search engine for international funding for opportunities for basic research in natural sciences, agricultural sciences, engineering/technology, and social sciences.)
Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (Funding opportunities related to research on patient-centered care, outcomes, access, systems, and related topics.)
Proposal Central (Funding opportunities from foundations, associations, and professional societies).
Social Science Research Council (Funding, fellowships, and other scholarly programs to build scholarly careers and interdisciplinary and geographically-dispersed research networks.)
Faculty, please also explore internal and external funding opportunities for Undergraduate Research.