FAQ - Limited Submissions

I would like to apply to a program that only accepts a limited number of applications per organization (e.g., two applications per university per year). How do I find out whether anyone has already applied this year?

Contact Grants Resources & Services at grs@appstate.edu Programs or sponsors that restrict the number of proposals Appalachian can submit each year are called limited submission programs, and Grants Resources & Services has a limited submissions process to ensure that (a) Appalachian does not submit more that the permitted number of proposals, and (b) every potential applicant at Appalachian has equal access to these programs. For more information, see the next question, "What are limited submission programs and how does Grants Resources & Services handle them?"

What are limited submission programs and how does Grants Resources & Services handle them?

Limited submissions are programs or sponsors that restrict the number of proposals Appalachian can submit each year. If we submit more proposals than a program allows, the sponsor can reject all proposals from our university without review. If you are considering applying to a program with submission restrictions, please read these instructions.

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