Coeus is a research and grant management system, created by MIT, which centralizes stored information about proposals, awards, subawards, sponsors, people and much more. The purpose of the system is to simplify and make more efficient, award acquisition and administration for all offices within the University. Eventually users from all over campus will be able to access this database to develop, share, and report on the University’s sponsored projects.
Coeus has two interfaces:
- Coeus Premium - a client-server application that runs partly on your desktop and partly on the network via a program called Java.
- Coeus Lite - a web-based version that is available online.
In order to access Coeus you must complete the Coeus Request for Access form - (C06) found on the Computing Accounts & Passwords web page.
For Faculty Using Coeus Lite:
Register for a Coeus Class
Learn how to use the University's grant management system, Coeus. Classes range from constructing proposals & creating budgets to submitting Grants.gov proposals or viewing award records. To learn more and to register visit the LearningPoint website and search under Sponsored Research Related Training.
If you have any questions about Coeus, please contact Coeus_Help@brown.edu.