Find various Provost grants related to research, student research assistants, course release and external funding opportunities
Proposed research that entails the use of human subjects, laboratory animals, radiological hazards, biohazards, or recombinant DNA must comply with University policies. Please consult the SCU Office of Research Compliance and Integrity web page for more information. If compliance committee approval is needed for a project, then such approval must be obtained before any grant is awarded.
Provost Research Grants
Other Internal Funding
Find more information on other internal opportunities for faculty funding below
School and College Grants
College of Arts and Sciences Dean's Grants support the scholarship and creative activity of tenure-stream teaching scholars. Contact: Kathleen Schneider, Senior Assistant Dean. Applications accepted year round.
Moran Family Trust Grants support the integration of ethics and social justice into the curriculum for tenured and tenure track faculty and senior lecturers in the College of Arts & Sciences. Contact: Marie Brancati, College of Arts & Sciences.
Application deadline: January
Amount: up to $1,500
School of Business Leavey Grants support creative scholarship and teaching innovation of full-time tenure-track faculty. Contact: Dean's office, Leavey School of Business.
Application deadline: May
School of Engineering Internal Grants support direct costs of a research project, including student support, for full time faculty. Contact: Dean's office, School of Engineering.
Application deadline: June
Center of Distinction Grants
Center for Science, Technology, and Society offers fellowships and research grants for faculty and students to advance its mission "to promote the use of science and technology to benefit underserved populations worldwide." Grants up to $5000 are available for faculty through several programs, with application deadlines in the fall and winter. For more information click here.
Ignation Center for Jesuit Education: Bannan Grants support scholarly and pedagogical projects enhancing the Jesuit character of the University.. Contact:Paul Woolley, Associate Director, Ignatian Center for Jesuit Education.
Application deadlines: October and April
Amount: up to $5,000
Sponsored Projects Office
Find information on external grants and funding available through the Sponsored Projects Office