The University of Hawaii Office of Research Services is excited to announce the launch of the new myGRANT system on November 1, 2011.

myGRANT is now live and available to the principal investigators (PIs) who opt to enter their proposals into myGRANT.  This also provides the UH community an opportunity to access  the system before the mandatory implementation dates - on December 1, 2011 for Grants.Gov system-to-system submissions and on February 16, 2012 for all proposal submissions.  The existing proposal submission process (i.e., Form 5 and related documents approval process) will still be available until February 15, 2012, if PIs prefer to use it. The November 1st implementation marks the start of Phase I of the University's myGRANTimplementation plan.

To access myGRANT at, you must use your UH ID and password. 

If you do not already have one, the individual wishing to access myGRANT must first request a UH ID and password using this page:

The requester must then add their personal information (name, address, e-mail, phone number, etc.) into Profiler here:

Please make sure to (1) include your fax number; (2) enter the country code exactly as "US"; and (3) enter the zip + 4 (for example, University of Hawaii at Manoa's zip + 4 is 96822-2303). This information is required for certain myGRANT proposal submissions.  Once the UH ID is obtained, the requester should e-mail the ORS Helpline and ask for access to myGRANT.

If you already have a UH ID and password, please access the Profiler link above to make sure that your country code, fax
number and zip + 4 are already in your profile. If not, please update your profile as indicated in the attached instructions.

Many thanks to everyone for their continued support as we move forward to complete the Phase II & III implementations.

Please check our web site for online and classroom trainings if you have not attended the myGRANT training.

If you have any questions, please call the ORS Helpline at 956-5198 or e-mail