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Grants, Fellowships & Scholarships
The Career Center offers an extensive, though not fully comprehensive, list of grants, fellowships, and scholarships for use by the Cooper community.

Cooper Union Grants, Fellowships, and Scholarships Bulletin

In addition to this resource, the Career Center has a subscription to the Foundation Center's Grants to Individuals, an online database of more than 6,000 foundations and public charities that fund students, artists, researchers, and other individual grantseekers. If interested, please contact the Career Center to make an appointment to utilize this database. The subscription is limited to one user at a time and users need to be logged onto the system in the Career Center at 30 Cooper, 6th Floor.

The Career Center encourages grantseekers to research grants, fellowships, and scholarships maintained by other institutions. Two rich resources are the Office of Distinguished Scholarships, University of North Carolina, and the Michigan State University Libraries.

Grant applicants are strongly encouraged to utilize the Center for Writing as a resource for developing grant applications.

The Fulbright Program offers a wide variety of programs that are appropriate for students, faculty and staff. To learn more about them, please refer to The Cooper Union Fulbright Web page.


Foundation Center
March 6, 2012