Faculty and staff members are invited to advise the
staff of the Office of Research Administration of
their interests so that we may direct announcements
that come through the office to appropriate persons.
Sites and libraries that may offer funding
opportunities are listed below:
- PSC-CUNY GRANT PROGRAM
NYC & NYC SOURCES
- HUNTER INTERNAL GRANTS
CUNY INTERNAL FUNDING PROGRAMS
& NON-PROFITS SOURCES
Hunter College is already registered with
Grants.gov. No further registration is
Hunter College recently gained access to the
COS Funding Opportunities.
Pivot is a tool that merges the COS Funding
Opportunities and COS Expertise profile databases.
The subscription, which is paid by the
Research Foundation, is available to all CUNY
PIVOT may be used by faculty and staff.
You make access the website at
We have had and will continue to have workshops on
ensure that you are on our listserv to obtain
information about the latest workshops. More
details can be found on the
Directory Online provides access to an
unprecedented wealth of timely, comprehensive
information on grantmakers and their grants.
Included is a database of the entire universe of
over 96,000 foundations, corporate giving
programs, and grantmaking public charities in the
U.S.; a database of over 3,500 sponsoring
companies, offering a quick pathway to corporate
funders; a database of over 1.5 million recently
awarded grants; and a keyword-searchable database
of over 561,000 recently filed IRS Forms 990 and
990-PF. Unique funder portfolios organize
additional funder-specific content in one
convenient location and include: grantmaker-related
news, job opportunities, and Request For Proposals
(RFPs); grantmaker-sponsored publications; and
officer and trustee affiliations.
Access can only be granted by
computers on the Hunter College campus. It
is a part of the library's online databases.
click here to access the database
The Office of Research Administration has a
reference library to assist in searching for
possible funding sources. The Research
Administration has recent issues of the Federal
Register, the current edition of the Foundation
Directory and various other reference guides
issued by the Foundation Center, and other
publications on proposal writing and newsletters
on funding sources.
THE FOUNDATION CENTER
The Foundation Center located at 79 Fifth Avenue,
welcomes visitors to use its reference materials.
The Center is now open six days a week. For
information on its hours, see
Hunter College Office of Research Administration