The GradGrants Center (GGC) is a free service of the University Graduate School. It is open to currently enrolled graduate students within the Indiana University system.
Current undergraduates seeking fellowships & assistance with graduate applications should contact OVPUE’s Office of Competitive Awards and Research (IUCARE).
one-on-one proposal drafting advising sessions with our award-winning consultants are available for any external (non-IU) funding opportunities:
- in-person in the GGC
- in the SSRC (Social Science Research Commons/Woodburn Hall 200)
- virtually via Skype, Adobe Connect, Lync, phone or by email for students away from campus
- our clients have successfully been awarded: ACLS, AIR, AERA, AAUW, Boren, Charlotte Newcombe, CLS, DAAD, Fulbright CIES, Fulbright-Hays/DDRA, Fulbright IIE/Student Program, Mellon CLIR & Completion, NIH, NIMH, NSEP, Rotary, Spencer, SSRC IDRF, USHMM and Wilson fellowships
Office Hours and Walk-in Hours
Our consultants will be available to answer your questions about funding opportunities, grant-writing mechanics, and internal (IU) funding opportunities during our weekly office hours and bi-weekly walk-in hours. Come by with a single question or a list, and we’ll be happy to talk it over (Please email us if you would like to schedule a consultation appointment to review a proposal draft or would like to learn how to complete an external funding search on one of our databases).
- Weekly Office Hours are every Thursday from 12noon-2pm (Wells Library, Rm E546)
- Walk-in Hours are on the designated dates below (Social Science Research Commons, Woodburn Hall 200) and also every Thursday 12-2pm in Wells E546.
Spring 2016 Walk-in Hours
*every* Thurs 12-2pm (Well E546)
Weds 1/27 2-3pm (SSRC)
Weds 2/10 2-3pm (SSRC)
Weds 2/24 2-3pm (SSRC)
Tues 3/8 10am-12pm (SSRC)
Weds 4/6 2-3pm (SSRC)
Tues 4/19 10am-12pm (SSRC)
Spring 2016 Workshops are open to all IU grad students. Workshops will be offered in the Social Science Research Commons (SSRC) located in Woodburn Hall 200.
Wednesday January 27, 1-2pm
Intro to funding databases: finding funding in grad school (Click here to watch!) (Click here to get the PDF of the Funding Searches Presentation)
Wednesday February 10, 1-2pm
The art of proposal writing: tips, tricks, and techniques (Click here to watch!) (Click here to get the PDF of the Proposal Writing presentation)
Wednesday February 24, 1-2pm
The art of writing a personal statement: tips, tricks, and techniques (Click here to watch!) (Click here to get the PDF of the Personal Statement presentation)
Wednesday April 6, 1-2pm
Since consultants are regularly out of the office to assist in workshops and programming related to UGS-administered programs, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule an individual funding search appointment or grant proposal review session.
The GGC is staffed only when classes are in session. Available hours are limited during Summer Sessions (May-mid-August). Our schedule often fills over a week in advance, particularly during peak season (August-November and January-March).
We are located in the East Tower of Wells Library, 5th floor, Room 544E, on the Bloomington campus.
Workshops & Walk-in Hours are held in the Social Science Research Commons, Woodburn Hall 200.
The IU GradGrants Center, a part of the University Graduate School
IUB Herman B Wells Library
1320 E. Tenth St.
Bloomington, IN 47405-3907
We’re also available on Skype! Our Skype username is: GradGrants Center