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  • Walter Damrosch Music Scholarship

    Established December 4, 1944, by the Blue Network Company of the National Broadcasting Company and Professor Eugene J. Weigel, then chair of the Department of Music. Scholarship for a member of the University Symphony Orchestra with an academic standing of 3.0 or better and senior rank. A nominating the committee of the Department of Music, one member of which shall be the Director of the Orchestra, will consider candidates under the above conditions and make nomination of not more than two candidates. The nominations will be presented to the faculty as a whole and a vote taken for the appointment of the recipient of the scholarship. The Chairman of the Department, by authority of the vote of the Faculty, will make formal request each Spring Quarter for the scholarship to be effective in the following Autumn Quarter. In the event there are no eligible candidates, the scholarship will not be awarded and the increment will be credited to the scholarship fund.

  • Annual Music Scholarships and Awards

    To provide miscellaneous scholarships and awards from yearly and/or one-time gifts

  • WOSU Classical Music Fund

    Support for Classical Music in central Ohio provided by WOSU Public Media. Helps sustain classical music radio programming and local concert performance coverage

  • Music Care Fund

    Supports Music Therapy Program for Patients at the OSUCCC – James. Expenditures shall be approved in accordance with the current guidelines and procedures established by the OSUCCC – James.

  • Ogden Music Memorial

    Unrestricted Purposes as Directed by the Chairperson, Division of Music Education for Music Teaching Center

  • Austin E. Knowlton School of Architecture Class of 1964 Library Fund

    Established November 7, 2014, with gifts from the Class of 1964; used to support the Austin E. Knowlton School of Architecture Library and its collection.

  • The Gertrude Kuehefuhs Piano Accompanists Endowment Fund

    Established April 8, 1988, from her estate. Income provides scholarships, assistantships or grants to talented student accompanists in the School of Music. Both undergraduate and graduate students are eligible to receive the scholarships. Recipients will be determined by the established procedures within the School of Music by the Director of the School of Music in consultation with the appropriate music faculty, the University Committee on Student Financial Aid, and with approval of the Dean of the College of The Arts.

  • Velma C. and Paul E. Veith Musical Instrument Fund

    Established September 1, 1999, by Paul E. Veith, through The Foundation. Income supports the purchase and maintenance of musical instruments in the School of Music. Unused income is reinvested to principal.

  • Henry F. and Raymond W. Dachsteiner Music Scholarship Fund

    Established February 1, 2008 with gifts from the estate of Ethelyn Dachsteiner in memory of Henry F. Dachsteiner and Raymond W. Dachsteiner; used to provide scholarship support to undergraduate or graduate students in the School of Music who are majoring in Music.

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