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College of Social Work

Give to the College of Social Work

Your gift enables students to experience and explore the knowledge, values and skills required for professional social work practice and research.

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As one of the country’s oldest continuously accredited public social work programs, the College of Social Work is also consistently rated as one of the best in the United States. The college is an integral partner with the state of Ohio and the nation, sharing its expertise in collaborative efforts to reform and resolve an extensive array of contemporary social problems.

The Ohio State Fund for the College of Social Work

Supports priorities of the College, including technology augmentation, student support, emerging programs such as gerontological social work, among others.

Alumni Scholarship Fund-The College of Social Work

Income Provides Scholarships to Approved Candidates for a Bachelor's, Master's or Doctoral Degree Based on Need and Academic Ability #7378

Social Work Students First

Supports students in the College of Social Work who are experiencing acute financial need.

The Anne Hayes Memorial Scholarship for Academic Excellence Fund

Income Awarded Bi-Annually to a Student or Students of College of Social Work who Demonstrate Academic Excellence #1629

LiFEsports Comprehensive Youth Development Initiative

Support comprehensive efforts of the LiFEsports Initiative.

The Dean's Advocacy Fund at the College of Social Work

Supports the College's efforts to participate in events around current issues affecting our society.

Social Work License Exam Support Fund

Supports social work students (BSSW, MSW, or PhD) who need to take the social work licensure exam but show financial need in doing so. Support can include: students’ exam prep; registration; cost of the exam for both in-state and out-of-state students.

Public Impact Scholarship

Provides one or more scholarship(s) to students with a demonstrated financial need, who are enrolled in their final term(s) in the College of Social Work (“College”). See Reporting Description for full details.

The Ohio State University Higher Education Center for Alcohol and Drug Misuse Prevention and Recovery (HECAOD) Unrestricted Support Fund

Supports the Higher Education Center for Alcohol and Drug Prevention and Recovery at The Ohio State University. Funds housed and managed at the College of Social Work.

Age-Friendly Columbus and Franklin County Initiative

Provides students and faculty the opportunity to work in collaboration with older adults to support a high quality of life for people of all ages.

The DC Fly-In Fund

Supports College of Social Work students yearly trip to Washington, DC to experience policy analysis, advocacy and to be the change in our nations capital.

The A.T. "Greg" and Charlotte Gregoire Fund in Addiction and Recovery

Supports students in recovery from substance use disorders or students enrolled in the College of Social Work who wish to pursue a career in the addictions field.