Many universities have extensive fellowship and grant information. Some of the best are listed below. The IRIS grant database is an effective way of matching your research/artistic interests with those of granting agencies.
IRIS Grant Database, outstanding search engine for fellowships and grants. CU Boulder has a site license that lets CU faculty use this fee-based database for free.
American Council of Learned Societies:
An outstanding site, with links to dozens of sources of funding available from major granting agencies, humanities centers, archives, and libraries, plus links to foreign funding sites.
Pay-to-use resource for a very wide variety of support for artists.
Arts Over America
Major Grant Makers to Arts and Culture
Duke University’s state-of-the-art Funding Opportunities site:
George Mason University Creative Writing Grants website
Grant Gopher for the Arts
Townsend Center for the Humanities, UC Berkeley, list of grant opportunities:
UC Berkeley Sponsored Projects Office, list of post-doc opportunities
UC Davis Humanities Center, grants page
UC Irvine List of Fellowship Opportunities:
The University of Chicago grants and fellowship page