Finding funding for graduate school can be a daunting undertaking. Even for students who have financial support from their departments, the costs of graduate study–taking courses, studying foreign languages, attending conferences, accessing primary sources, creating works of art, running experiments, completing novel research, and all the things IU’s talented graduate students do–can easily surpass the grad student budget. But there are many potential funding opportunities out there that can give you the resources to complete your degree, if you know where to find them and how to write persuasive grant proposals for varied audiences.
The GGC can help you throughout this process, so to find the resources most relevant to your needs:
[Below is the prezi from our Fall 2012 Orientation meetings. Click through it in order, or zoom and scroll to the slides you want to see. All the links are active. If you have trouble accessing anything, please let us know.]