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  • The Ohio State University School of Music Scholarship Fund

    Established June 8, 1967, with a bequest by Kathryn S. Allensworth, in memory of Kathryn S. and H.R. Allensworth. Income assists students in the School of Music. Selection of the student or students to be assisted shall be made by the University Scholarship and Loan Committee, upon the recommendation of the Director of the School of Music. Should the School of Music, through a reorganization of the University, cease to exist, then the income is to be used for students whose major course of study is in the field of music.

  • The Society of Alumni and Friends of the School of Music Scholarship Fund

    Established June 7, 1979, by alumni and friends of the School of Music. The annual income and principal is to be used to provide scholarships for talented undergraduate music majors enrolled in the School of Music. Recipients of such scholarships shall be selected by the Director of the School of Music. For any academic year the number and dollar amount of scholarships awarded annually under this program may be varied, as determined by the School of Music. Distribution for this purpose may be made from income or principal or both, until the funds available to support this program are exhausted.

  • Foundation for the Advancement of Music Award for Excellence

    Student Aid for those in The School of Music

  • School of Biomedical Science Fund

    provides unrestricted support for School of Biomedical Science

  • School of Architecture Endowment Fund

    Established May 13, 1965, by friends, faculty, students and alumni of the School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture. Income is used upon recommendation of the Director of the Knowlton School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture for purposes not provided by state appropriated monies.

  • School of Communication Spec Fund

    To support scholarships and short term special needs of the School of Communications as identified by the director

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