What are Sponsored Programs?
Sponsored programs are projects or activities that are funded by an external organization such as a federal, state, county, or city organization. At San José State University the application for a sponsored program is handled by the Office of Sponsored Programs within the SJSU Research Foundation.
What is the The SJSU Research Foundation (SJSURF)?
An integral part of the Division of Research and Innovation, the SJSU Research Foundation is a separate entity from SJSU that exists solely to provide administrative and business support to the campus research enterprise.
Explore the wealth of research, scholarship, and creative activity (RSCA) support resources available to you, including funding opportunities, proposal development and submission services, and award management.
Curious about what constitutes a sponsored program? Visit the Sponsored Programs page for detailed information.
We’re here to help. Connect with your Proposal Development Specialist and Grants & Contracts Administrator as well as with Compliance, Self-Support and Research Communications staff.
Learn about Research Foundation services and the various roles in the research partnership. Also discover tools and information for locating funding, developing and submitting proposals, and successfully managing funded projects and programs.
Self-support programs include a broad range of education-related activities that are non-state-funded, not for academic credit, and are directed by SJSU faculty, administrators or Research Foundation management. Find out more by visiting the Self-Support Programs page.