Campus Campaign

Over 12,250 faculty and staff participated in Campus Campaign 2014, with gifts and pledges bringing the overall total of faculty and staff giving since 1986 to just over $155 million. Thank you!

Your gifts to the university and specifically to the areas you choose to support are much appreciated. Many areas rely on our gifts to maintain services and develop and grow programs that support our students, research, patient care, and faculty and staff development.

As we begin the new fiscal year and Campus Campaign 2015, we want to remind you that while we don’t actively ask for your gifts until March 1-April 30, your participation in this year’s campaign starts calculating July 1, 2014.


Current as of March 25, 2015:

College of Medicine: 35%


What impact could my gift make?
Only a fraction of the cost of higher education is funded through state dollars. The vast majority of our funding comes through gifts of all sizes from individuals, corporations, foundations and grants. Without your support of scholarships, many students would be unable to afford to attend college. Without your support of programs, patient care, research and so much more, we would not make such significant strides in healthcare, and research in hundreds of areas could not happen.

Your gift, no matter the size, when combined with the gifts of others, has the power to make an impact not just on our campus and local community, but on the world. It is an investment in the future.

Show your support

Place the Campus Campaign 2015 signature graphic on the emails you send until Thursday, April 30, 2015. Let your colleagues know that you support Ohio State!

Many layers. Much depth. Ohio State.

Find instructions for making an official university signature here. Insert two hard returns, then add the approved Campus Campaign image below your signature. No additional text or images are permitted.


The But for Ohio State campaign is a $2.5 billion fundraising endeavor that invites those who believe in Ohio State to invest in our students, our faculty, and our potential.

*Gifts through February 28, 2015


—Suyash Khanuilkar, Class of 2013