Office of Sponsored Programs
Narratives and Budgets
Use the resources here to add consistent and accurate text and statistics on the University and its various Colleges and Divisions as well as subjects like equal employment or access.
WPUNJ General Description
Information on history and structure of the University, location and host and nearby communities, student demographics, computer/communication resources, and other general topics.
"Boilerplate" information for use in proposals
Information on recent awards and funding trends in each College.
Colleges and Division Descriptions
For the history, composition, programs and special characteristics of the five Colleges and their key programmatic divisions.
WPUNJ Statistics From the Factbook and other sources
the last and only word on the University, compiled annually and providing a detailed, numerical look at the University's demographic composition over time. Please visit the Institutional Research and Assessment for additional words on the student post-graduation employment and significant accomplishments.
Budgeting and Grant Proposals
Creating a budget for a proposal can be as much of a creative writing experience as preparing he narrative of your proposal. It is important to develop your budget in context with--and at the same time as-- you develop your narrative.
This page includes a variety of information and resources that will assist you in developing and preparing a budget for any type of project, jump to the section you need:
- Rules to Guide You
- Contents of a Budget
- Indirect Rate, Taxes and Fringe Benefits, and Other Rates
- Hidden Costs
- Multiple Funders
- Project Income
- Sample Budgets
- Forms and Resources
- Contact OSP