Office of Research and Sponsored Programs along with Dr. Keck and Dr. Humphreys

About ORSP (Office of Research & Sponsored Programs)

ORSP Mission:

The Office of Research and Sponsored Programs (ORSP) serves to lead and promote the research enterprise and other sponsored activities at Texas A&M University-Commerce through faculty, staff, and student engagement; user-friendly support services; enhancement of research, scholarly, and creative opportunities; expansion of significant international collaborations; and major extramural funding acquisition.

ORSP Goals:
1. Assist faculty and staff in pursuing and obtaining external funding for research and sponsored projects
2. Maintain compliance in all areas of research
3. Conduct informational sessions and training on topics relevant to research and sponsored projects
4. Enhance recognition and dissemination of outstanding sponsored research, scholarship, and creative
5. Facilitate student engagement in research

The ORSP FY16 total external funding amount was $9,368,449.74.  This reflects a 24% increase over FY15.


To view FY 2016-17 external awards, please click here.

Pre-Award Assistance

Find External Funding

Find Internal Funding

Find Student Funding

Develop a Grant Proposal

Develop a Grant Budget

Submit a Grant Application

Submit a collaborative Grant Application/Subaward

Post-Award Assistance

Managing an Award

Traveling using Grant Funds

Research Compliance

Research Compliance Overview

Research Compliance Training

Compliance Training Verification Form

Export Controls

IACUC-Research with Animals

IBC-Research with Hazardous Materials

IRB-Research with Humans

Responsible Conduct of Research

Time and Effort

General Information and Resources

Staff Directory and Services


Research Policies and Procedures

Become a Grant Reviewer for a Federal Agency

Training and Workshops

University Institution Information

Frequently Asked Questions

Suggestions and Feedback

Training Schedule

Guidance & Training

Responsible Conduct of Research Instructions