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Before we send your proposal to a sponsor, here are a few things you need to know...
Answers to our most Frequently Asked Questions.
Develop A Budget
A sponsored project budget is an estimated financial representation of the proposal’s statement of work. Your budget should demonstrate how the University will achieve the project’s objectives with an appropriate amount of resources. You can download a one-year budget template, or view an example of a one year budget. A budget should also demonstrate that the University’s costs are fair and reasonable. When submitted, a budget represents the University’s best estimate for the project’s costs. If awarded, UNCW will be required to adhere to the budget’s structure for the life of the project. Therefore, UNCW strives to make its budgets as accurate and complete as possible prior to submission.
There are budget items that are commonly a source of concern. Please click on the links below for an explanation of these budget items:
Develop a Budget (PowerPoint)
One Year Budget Worksheet (Excel)
Five Year Budget Worksheet (Excel)
Student Hourly Pay Scale (PDF)
F&A Rate Agreement (indirect costs) (PDF)
Fringe Benefits Calculator (Excel)
Fringe Benefits (PDF)
The Sponsored Programs And Research Compliance office has prepared a budget template for your use. (Microsoft Excel format) If you have questions about its use, please contact the Grant Development Manager at 2-3809.
Important Note: Even if the sponsor does not require a budget, the SPARC Office will still need an internal budget so that your Grants Officer can set up the award. For a list of GOs by department, click here.