Corporate & Foundation Relations

Corporate donations create and sustain innovative academic programs.

Corporate Engagement

The University of Texas at Arlington engages companies with a holistic, mutually beneficial strategy that seeks to improve both partners. If you have questions regarding corporate funding or partnerships, please email and a member of the corporate and foundations relations team will contact you within three business days.

Contact Corporate Engagement

Michele Boillotat
Assistant Vice President for Development
Phone: 817-272-0699

Foundation Relations

Working within UTA's Office of Development and Alumni Relations, Foundation Relations helps to secure funding for various programs and projects at UTA from private foundations. The Foundation Relations team is always happy to learn more about the project, program, or research for which you seek funding. Our involvement ranges considerably and is often dictated by the needs of the faculty or the degree to which the program is deemed a priority by the president, provost, or dean. We aim to offer a realistic assessment of its chances of being funded by a particular private foundation, based on a number of factors, to maximize your chances for success.

Limited Submissions

UTA maintains key relationships with local, regional, and national foundations.  All proposals submitted to these foundations should be vetted through Foundation Relations to ensure they honor the University's established partnership.

See a list of Foundations

If a UTA staff or faculty member intends to submit for a limited submission program not on this list, contact the Office of Development and Alumni Relations at to secure authorization to submit on behalf of The University of Texas at Arlington.

Note: Limited submission is defined by the funder allowing only a limited number of applications per institution within a given timeframe or the university has a strategic, on-going relationship with the foundation.

Submitting a proposal:
  1. Please fill out the (1) proposal request form, (2) budget, and 3) pre-submission checklist and submit them to
  2. The Office of Development and Alumni Relations will review your documents within 7 to 10 business days and,
    1. If additional questions remain, you may be asked to clarify key components
    2. Staff from the Office of Development and Alumni Relations may reach out to a key contact at the Foundation to determine if the proposal is a fit and may ask you, the PI/Project Director, to participate in the phone call
  3. Staff from the Corporate and Foundation Relations (CFR) team will notify you of the decision and provide support to you moving forward.

Note: For all grants that have a specific application deadline and more than one proposal request form is received, the limited submission guidelines currently used through the Office of Research will be followed.

Contact Foundation Relations

Kima Jude
Director of Foundation Relations
Phone: 817-272-2228;