Once a funder is identified, the Associate Vice President, Academic Planning, Development, & Evaluation will assign a Resource Development Officer to help you develop your project.
2. Project Development
Resource Development Officer will contact you.
You will work closely with your Resource Development Officer until the project and budget are complete.
Planning meetings can take place over a course of days, weeks, or even up to a year, depending on the complexity of the proposal.
3. Grant Submittal
Your Resource Development Officer will submit the completed proposal and budget for a series of internal approvals including Record to Report (R2R) staff; Provost's office, and the President's office for final review and approval.
Once all approvals are secured, your grant will be submitted to the funding agency.
4. Grant Award and Management
Awards can take several weeks or months. Oftentimes, the application will specify award dates.
Once an award has been announced, the Grant Compliance Officer will setup a Grant Kickoff Meeting to discuss reporting due dates, project deliverables, hiring staff and/or evaluators, and any other grant-related tasks.
Before any grant funds can be spent, you will be directed to Record to Report (R2R) staff for guidance with implementing your project budget.