How to use the Student Grants Database at Yale University
1. From the main page, navigate to the left side menu bar and click on
"Search for Grants & Fellowships."
2. You now can do one of two different types of searches:
- Search by Title. Use this search if you know any words in the title of the
grant/fellowship/internship you are researching.
- Search by Eligibility. Use this search to narrow down opportunities according to
various fields. You are not required to limit fields.
If you are satisfied with your search criteria, click the appropriate "Submit Search by..."
button on the bottom of the option box. Do not use the "enter" key.
3. You will now be presented with results that satisfy your query. Above the results is a
box titled "Your search parameters:" This box reminds you what criteria you entered to receive
these results. Also in that box is the option to sort results by deadline, rather than
alphabetically. The default sort is alphabetical according to the first word of the resource.
4. Click on the grant/fellowship/internship that interests you.
5. Enter your Net ID when prompted. A valid Net ID is required to view
6. The details page now shows specific information about the grant/fellowship/internship. This
information gives a complete overview of the purpose and requirements for the
7. At the bottom of most grant/fellowship/internship resources are links which will connect the
user to any web-related resources that are available, including web pages and forms.
The details also describe the appropriate office and/or person to visit to apply for the
grant/fellowship/internship. REMEMBER, the Student Grants Database is simply a starting
point to apply for grant/fellowship/internship opportunities. Be sure to contact the
appropriate office and/or person to further the application process.
8. If you are interested in viewing the grant/fellowship/internship again, simply click the
"Add to My Interests" link under the resource's title. This adds the resource to the
"My Interests" list which can be accessed through the "View My Interests" link, also found
under the resource's title.