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Beginning today, the Office of Sponsored Research is the Office of Sponsored Programs (OSP). Please take note of these key reminders regarding this change.

  • Emails updated to use our new acronym “OSP
  • Name and emails updated in Forms and Toolsurls do not change
  • Name and emails updated in Operating Standardsurls do not change
  • New Website address – previous url will redirect to new address below


New Emails


All currently in use email addresses are still active and will forward to the respective new shared inbox, but please update your email contacts and start using and referencing the new email addresses. If you have any sponsored programs templates or information that reference OSP by name and emails, please be sure to update them.

*PLEASE NOTE: Subagreement Initiation Portal (SIP) notifications will now be sent from the email and your follow-up for updates on subagreement actions can be directed to that inbox.


Proposal and Award Reminders

When referencing our office, please use Office of Sponsored Programs for the name and importantly, use the new emails noted above. The key change is that our central email is now Our office has made these contact changes on several sponsor portals and will continue to process any necessary changes. Again, if emails are sent to, we will continue to receive and process them.

What is NOT Changing

While OSP’s name change has taken effect in ConnectCarolina, the following remain the same:

  • ConnectCarolina PC Business Unit remains CHOSR
  • No impact on running Queries in ConnectCarolina
  • OSP’s 6 digit Department ID remains 621100

Several Email addresses also remain the same:

For a full list and description of all OSP email inboxes, see our Contact Us page.

Our office has undergone this name change to better align with the sponsored programs administration we provide. We have also taken the opportunity to rename the majority of our email contacts to provide consistency and ease of recall of our addresses. If you have any questions and/or issues regarding these changes, please don’t hesitate to contact

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