Institutional Data is useful for the development of strong research proposals.  This information is often included in a Facilities and Resources document attached to the proposal, detailing the research environment at the college, composition of the student body and career outcomes, etc.

Location & Representatives

Learn more information on Davidson College's location and representatives for use in writing grant applications and awards.

Organizational Codes

  • CAGE Code: 1RQ10
  • Unique Entity ID (UEI): MYR7QGXJF3J5
  • Dun and Bradstreet Number (DUNS): 071059042
  • Federal Employment ID Number: 56-0529961
  • FICE Code: 002918
  • IPF Number: 2029201
  • NSF Awardee Organizational Code: 0029181000

Carnegie Classifications

Organizational Status

When required by the funding agency, the Office of Sponsored Programs will provide a copy of the Internal Revenue Service's determination letters certifying the College's tax-exempt (form 990) or non-profit (501 c 3) status.

Assurances of Compliance

Listing of assurances of compliance on file with the federal government for Davidson College.


Proposals often include institutional descriptions, general information, and statistics on college programs and departments. Much of this information is now available on the Davidson College website on department or program home pages, as well as the public relations office, the Office of Institutional Research, and the Center for Career Development sites. Useful information may also be found at the following pages:

From Davidson's Institutional Research Office:

From the Betty and B. Frank Matthews II ’49 Center for Career Development:

Principal investigators and project directors should also consult department or program chairs and the public relations office.