Intent to Apply Form

Contact Information for USF Project Director/PI:
Contact Information for USF Co-Project Director/PI:
Project Information
Deadline Type
Electronic Submission?
Is this an intent to conduct sponsored research
(Will you will partnering with colleagues at another university or organization? If you indicate "yes", please give the contact information for them in the project description.)
Cost Sharing?
If "yes" enter amount
Will USF be required by the funder to contribute funds to support the project?  
Release Time?
If "yes" enter # of courses
Are you requesting a release from teaching to conduct research or participate in grant activities?  
Does the sponsor have a specific indirect cost rate?
If "yes" what is the rate/amount?
(The funding agency will accept USF's full indirect cost rate. Check the grant guidelines to see if there is a maximum indirect cost rate that is allowed by the funder.) 
Have you received approval for this proposal from your dean(s)?
Will the project involve the need for new space or renovation to existing spaces?
Are you currently working with someone at USF on the proposal (e.g., CFR/Development)?
Completion of the following questions is required:
Does your research project involve the use of any of the following categories of hazardous materials or equipment?
If so, please mark all appropriate boxes. If your research does not involve any of these categories please check the box next to the statement at the bottom of this section
NOTE: Applicants are required to meet with their college/division representative to discuss proposed projects and possible college/division commitments (e.g., cost-sharing, release time, etc.). Consent must be granted prior to the development of proposal. Division (Dean/VP) approval to submit a proposal will be required before the official University commitment can be authorized by the Provost.
Please check all the appropriate Dean/VP representatives
NOTE: University personnel applying or receiving external funding are responsible for complying with standards for the responsible conduct of research as well as with university policies and applicable federal rules and regulations governing award administration; non-discrimination in the workplace; use of human subjects, animals, or hazardous materials or agents in research; the export of controlled information and/or technology; financial conflicts of interest, scientific misconduct, and intellectual property. Please review USF's policies on the following web site.