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The UROP Student Grants Application Guide is intended to help students successfully apply for funding and is specific to the application cycle for Summer 2020 and Academic Year 2020-21.
Students are encouraged to share this guide with their mentors and advisors as they develop projects and prepare proposals for funding.
Applications must be submitted online by the deadline to be considered for funding; UROP does not accept paper or late submissions. Students are responsible for ensuring applications are complete.
CU Experts is a research and expertise discovery database that is searchable by department, research areas, international activities, etc.
Most departments/programs have a directory of faculty on their websites with information about each individual's research expertise and current activities.
Institutes & Centers
CU Boulder's 11 research institutes account for more than half of all sponsored research dollars at the university. There are also nearly 90 research centers at CU Boulder in all fields of study.
UROP Grant Directory
Review recently-awarded UROP student grants to identify faculty with experience mentoring projects.
View the faculty profiles of the UROP Symposium interest table hosts to find experienced mentors.
Talk to your community of professors, advisors and peers about the research, scholarly and creative work of interest to you.
Connecting with Faculty
Explore open opportunities for 2020 Summer and the 2020-21 Academic Year.
Details about the 2021 Summer and 2021-22 Academic Year cycle will be posted in the fall.
UROP Information Sheet
Student Grants Application Guide
Other Funding Opportunities