Submitting Federal Proposals
- NSF proposals are submitted via fastlane and require one-time registration of principal investigators / project directors through Colgate's Grants Office.
- NIH proposals are submitted via grants.gov and require one-time registration for the project director / principal investigator in eRA Commons, through Colgate's Grants Office.
- For NEH fellowships and summer stipends, individual applicants must register with Grants.gov at grants.gov/web/grants/applicants/individual-registration.html. We recommend that faculty allow plenty of time to complete the registration. Contact the Grants Office staff at ext. 7451 if you need assistance.
Colgate University's Information for Federal Applications
Legal name: Colgate University
Zip code + 4: 13346-1398
Employer Identification # (EIN): 150532078
Organizational DUNS: 002253615
Congressional District: NY-022
Post-Award Administration and Reporting
- When a proposal is funded, the Grants Office sends a copy of the award letter to the project director and to those who signed Colgate's approval sheet. If you receive notification directly from the funding agency, please forward a copy of the letter to the Grants Office.
- The Accounting Office serves as the post-award audit function for grants and sponsored research.
- Click on Reporting and Stewardship for information about reporting responsibilities for funded grants.
: The above approval process is not required for grants and fellowships paid directly to the faculty member. However, you should notify your department chair, particularly if the grant/fellowship will include a leave or course reduction. Grants Office staff are available to advise you on proposal strategies and to proofread proposal drafts.