Office of Sponsored Programs

Welcome to the Office of Sponsored Programs.
Office of Sponsored Programs is located at 1 Chamberlain Street

The Office of Sponsored Programs (OSP) is responsible for encouraging externally funded initiatives in support of program-related activities of academic, research and development, and administrative units; and serves as the major resource to faculty and staff who wish to pursue such projects. The Office maintains information on, and promotes awareness of, funding opportunities, assists in refining project ideas and matching them with a potential sponsor's priorities and requirements, assists in the preparation of grant applications, and serves as the final approving authority for such applications.

News & Events

The U.S. Department of Education announced the awarding of more than $20.1 million to 39 colleges and universities under the Strengthening Institutions Program (SIP). SIP helps postsecondary schools expand their capacity to serve low-income students by providing funds to improve and strengthen their academic quality, institutional management and fiscal stability, as well as build a framework to help students complete college.
Franco-American Voices will promote the unique character of Franco-American storytelling, and emphasize its importance in understanding Franco culture more generally.
The Sadie and Harry Davis Foundation announces a grant opportunity for programs and projects that advance the health of Maine children. Guidelines are available on the Foundation's website, and Letters of Interest will be due on May 6, 2013. For grant guidelines and application procedures, please go to the Small Grants Program section of the Foundation's website: http://www.sadieandharrydavis.org/application_guidelines.php