Research Grants

Dissertation/MFA Completion Fellowships

Travel Grants

  • Center for British and Irish Studies' Ogilvy Travel Fellowship
  • CHA Eaton Graduate Student Travel Awards
  • Graduate & Professional Student Government Travel Grants
  • Graduate School Student Travel Grants
    The Graduate School offers partial funding for graduate students to present research findings at meetings or conferences outside Colorado. The Graduate School provides a travel grant of $300 for domestic conferences and $500 for international conferences. There are three application cycles per year for domestic (including Mexico and Canada) and international (excluding Mexico and Canada) travel.
    • The application for travel occurring 9/1/21-12/31/21 will open Aug. 18 12:01am - Aug. 19 11:59pm MST.
    • The application for travel occurring 1/1/22-4/30/22 will open Dec. 15 12:01am - Dec. 16 11:59pm MST.
    • The application for travel occurring 5/1/22-8/31/22 will Apr. 13 12:01am - Apr. 14 11:59pm MST.
    • Applications are only open and available during the 48-hour period listed. 
    • All students and faculty planning research- and education-related travel over the coming months should consult the university’s guidelines and recommendations
  • Graduate Student Global Enrichment Fund
    Available to both in-bound and out-bound graduate students, whether degree-seeking at CU or abroad to support travel and relocation costs (up to $2,000) to foster global student research opportunities aligned with strategic institutions and/or CU research areas.

Other Awards & Grants

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