Helpful tips for year-end giving
President's Club donors are some of the most loyal supporters of the university and we thank you. If you are planning a year-end contribution to the university, please keep the following in mind:
The university and the President's Club office are closed on December 23, 26 and 31, 2016, as well as January 2, 2017.
Checks must be postmarked by December 31, 2016, to be eligible for 2016 President's Club recognition.
Gifts may be made online prior to midnight, December 31.
Checks must be postmarked by December 31, 2016 to be eligible for 2016 President’s Club recognition.
Credit card gifts must be processed prior to December 31 for 2016 recognition.
Please see our Frequently Asked Questions for important information regarding gifts from public and private foundations and donor advised funds. You may call our office if you have questions about your particular circumstance.
IRA rollover distribution gifts are not eligible for President’s Club recognition, nor may athletic ticket points be accumulated.
Matching gifts may be counted toward your 2016 recognition if received and processed prior to December 31.
We will be happy to answer your questions at 614-292-9550 or by email.
Art's dedication at 105
It's not every day that we have the privilege of celebrating a 105th birthday on campus. Art Shepard, a true friend of the President's Club and Ohio State, is very young at heart. He was surprised by a gathering of university friends on the Oval and the news that a tuliptree was being dedicated in his honor. Provost Bruce A. McPheron expressed gratitude to Art for his many years of support.
RSVP today! Oct. 29 Pregame Huddle recognizing President's Club donors
Today is the last day to register for this year’s pregame event! Tickets are $15. For more information or to RSVP, visit go.osu.edu/huddles or call 614-292-2281.
Pediatric cancer patients get inside view of TBDBITL
At the start of its season, the Ohio State Marching Band partnered with Nellie's Champions for Kids to give pediatric cancer patients and their families a memorable evening packed with fun activities, music and Buckeye pride.
Improving learning environments
During the But for Ohio State Campaign, more than 150 buildings on campus received donor support that created or improved the facilities.
University Press launches regional imprint Trillium
The Ohio State University Press's new imprint, Trillium, publishes books about Ohio and the Midwest to help people learn more about the unique history, diverse culture and natural environment of the state.
Got garlic breath? Science says eat an apple
While it's true that garlic breath can last for 24 hours, science is here to help. Ohio State researchers say foods like apples, mint leaves and even lettuce can prevent halitosis caused by garlic’s sulfur compounds when eaten at the same time or soon after.