There are many ways of obtaining help from UMass Librarians
Come to the Reference Desk:
Monday - Wednesday 9-9
Thursday and Friday 9-5
Saturday - 10-6
Sunday - 1-9
Call during above hours:
W.E.B. Du Bois Reference Desk
Welcome to the Grants Research Guide at the University of Massachusetts Libraries.
This guide is designed to help you find resources that will help you research, write, and apply for grants.
Here you will find links to books, informations centers, and to databases of grants available on UMass and Outside Webpages.
To make a suggestion for this webpage, please email david mac court at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Foundation Directory Online is an excellent place to begin searching for grants.
Using Online Resources
Remote use of online resources is restricted to members of the UMass Community (Faculty, Staff, Students) with an active IT NetID and password.
Users without UMass email accounts (alumni, community members) can come to the library and search on the "public access computers."
Research and Liaison Services
W.E.B. Du Bois Library
University of Massachusetts at Amherst
154 Hicks Way
Amherst, MA 01003
Programs: Bachelors Degree with Individual Concentration, Social Thought and Political Economy, and the University Without Walls. Citation Managers: RefWorks and Zotero; and Grants.
B.A., M.Ed. UMass Amherst; M.S. Simmons College. I have been a librarian since 2003 and have been on campus since 1992, and a librarian at the WEB Du Bois Library since 2004.