The Office of Research & Creative Scholarship is proactive in supporting faculty in identifying funding sources and preparing effective proposals for external support.
The Office of Research & Creative Scholarship team will facilitate in every way possible the development of winning proposals to these external agencies. We have listed a few links to external granting sites and encourage individuals to research other sources of funding from Foundations and other external agencies. Items that are starred (*) are highly recommended by our office.
Our office also sponsors attendance at regional grant writing workshops. Please contact the Research office if you would like assistance finding appropriate grant training.
View List of Field-Specific External Grants
View External Student Grants
External Grant Agencies
*Foundation Directory Online is an online database of grantmakers that can be searched by field of interest for appropriate grants. Andrews faculty and students can access the database by going to the Library Webpage->Articles/Databases-> Foundation Directory Online. By clicking on "Grantmakers" and then "Field of Interest," you can narrow the search by topic.
The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) is an independent grant-making agency of the United States government dedicated to supporting research, education, preservation, and public programs in the humanities
oedb.org is the site for the Open Education Database. They have a post for "100+ Places to Find Funding for Your Research"
Also check with Office of Development for information on Foundations and other services provided: http://www.andrews.edu/services/development
Grant Writing Resources
In4Grants offers webinars that aid researchers in improving their grant writing
Common Grant Applications The common grant application format is used by a variety of grantmakers to allow applicants to produce a single application for a specific group of funders
Grant Writing Guide Vernier Software and Technology's Guide to Funding Educational Technology Initiatives
*Non-Profit Works lists sample documents such as budgets, letter of inquiry, etc.
Prospect Worksheet is designed to help grant seekers focus on funders whose priorities match those of the project
The Craft of Grant Writing is the Texas A&M University manual for grant writing. While some of the information is specific to Texas A&M, the manual also offers general information and tips about grant writing
Articles on Grants and Grant Writing
Who Funds What? is a quick guide to Grant agencies produced by Academic Research Funding Strategies
Media on Grants