News

October 30, 2011

Wexners receive Reese medal

The Everett D. Reese Medal, established in 1984, is the highest award presented by The Ohio State University to recognize exceptional service in private philanthropy. Abigail and Les Wexner were chosen to receive the 2011 Everett D. Reese Medal in recognition of their history of exemplary service and support.

October 30, 2011

Jodi and Stan Ross fund chair in neuromodulation

Jodi and Stan Ross, co-chairs of the neuroscience campaign committee, got involved with The Ohio State University Department of Neurology after their son was treated there following a racecar accident in 1993, and have been supporters ever since.

October 27, 2011

An Evening of Distinction

Six of Ohio State's most extraordinary supporters were recently honored for their outstanding service in philanthropy and volunteer leadership.

September 07, 2011

Putting education within reach

Students First, Students Now exceeds goal, raises $116 million in student support.

September 05, 2011

Ohio State donors break records, fund groundbreaking work

Total fund-raising activity for fiscal year 2011 topped $407.6 million.

September 02, 2011

Ohio State community dedicates Remembrance Park

Public space honors alumni-veterans and pays tribute to the 897 Ohio State alumni who have died in service to the country.

August 08, 2011

Raising rankings and giving back

Despite humble beginnings, Moritz College of Law alum excels and shares success with current students.

August 08, 2011

Family affair

Dental hygiene students to benefit from scholarship.

July 19, 2011

The Ohio State University receives $400,000 grant from Alcoa Foundation to research lightweight, metal-based vehicle structures

Research will contribute to more energy efficient and green vehicle.

REASONS TO SAY “THANK YOU!”

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 April 30, 2015

“OHIO STATE TAUGHT ME THAT I HAD THE PERSEVERANCE, EVEN AS A FIRST-GENERATION COLLEGE STUDENT, TO BE SUCCESSFUL.”

—Tamala Longaberger ’84