Funding and Grants

We can help you — whether you’re a student, faculty or staff member, researcher, or from a nonprofit community organization — with strategies for finding funding at every stage of your research project.

We can point you to databases of funding organizations and help you sign up to receive funding alerts.

This might include internal funding programs and awards available on campus; funding from an external foundation or public charity; state or federal government agency; commercial, business, or industry sponsor; or through crowdfunding.

Apply for a library award or grant. You may qualify for a library-funded award or grant to further your research.

Explore our guides

For information about how to find funding opportunities, find resources to help you write your grant proposal, and locate collaborators, explore our Research Funding and Grants guide.

Dig deeper into federal and government funding for health sciences projects with this guide on Funding Proposal Tools.

See our Funding for Students guide to find scholarships, internships, fellowships, and research grants to fund your U-M undergraduate or graduate education — for use on campus or for study abroad.

Find resources for nonprofit and community organizations in our Information for and About Nonprofit Organizations guide.

Get help in person 

Make an appointment for a personalized funding and grant search consultation with one of our grant specialists. 

Talk to us early and often. You must have a signed memorandum of understanding (MOU) with us before you can name the library or a library staff member in any grant application.

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