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  • School of Music Advancement Fund

    Used to support the School of Music for scholarships or programs

  • School of Music Faculty Scholarship

    An award for an entering music major student based on School of Music audition, SAT and ACT composites and the recommendation of faculty, to be awarded annually

  • School of Music Ensemble Travel Fund

    To support travel expenses to enable the School of Music performing groups to perform on major stages in the United States and abroad

  • Eleanor Thomas Bazler Scholarship Fund in the School of Music

    To Provide Scholarships for Students in the School of Music

  • School of Music New Day Campaign Fund

    Supports construction costs associated with the School of Music building project.

  • School of Music Graduate Program Discretionary Fund

    Funds to be used at the Discretion of the Chair of the Graduate Program of the School 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.

  • Innovation Fund for the Ohio State School of Music

    Supports innovation and technology priorities in the School of Music. Expenditures at the discretion of the director or his/her designee.

  • 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.

  • Donald E. McGinnis School of Music New Day Fund

    Supports a named space in new School of Music facility in honor of Donald E. McGinnis.

  • Music Education Support Fund

    Supports emerging priorities in the areas of students, faculty, and activity of the Music Education program. Expenditures at the discretion of the director of the School of Music or his/her designee.

  • Frank Kinnan Scholarship in Music

    Established February 6, 1987, by his family and friends. Income is awarded to outstanding students in the School of Music who anticipate careers as public school music teachers and play a woodwind as their major instrument. Recipients will be selected by the established procedures within the School of Music, with final approval by the director of the School of Music and the dean of the College of The Arts in cooperation with the University Committee on Student Financial Aid.

  • Ogden Music Memorial

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

  • WOSU Classical Music Fund

    Supports 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.

  • 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.

  • School of Communication Spec Fund

    Supports scholarships and short term special needs of the School of Communications as identified by the director.

  • School of Communication Discretionary Fund

    Established May 7, 1999 with funds transferred from the general fund of the School of Communication; used for general purposes for the School. Revised April 3, 2009.

  • 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.

  • The University School Endowment Fund

    Established March 12, 1993, with gifts from alumni, faculty, and friends of the University School; used to fund faculty and student research that preserves and explores the philosophies and history of progressive education as embodied by the University School from 1932 to 1968. Revised April 4, 2014.

  • Gertrude S. Woodin Memorial Scholarship Fund for Music

    Established March 11, 1965, with her bequest. Income provides scholarships for students in the School of Music who plan to teach music in public schools, with preference to students with ability, character and need. The awards are to be made by the University Scholarship and Loan Committee on recommendation of the School of Music of said University.

  • Columbus Foundation Professional Development School Fund

    Support the Development of Professional Development Schools in the Columbus Public School District

  • Foundation for the Advancement of Music Award for Excellence

    Student Aid for those in The School of Music

  • Music, Theatre and Arts Facilities Fund

    Supports new construction and renovation in the School of Music, Department of Theatre and other arts facilities in the College of Arts and Sciences.

  • David and Michele Meeker Scholarship in Music

    Established September 2, 1998, by Michele Meeker and friends in memory of Dr. David Meeker, director and professor emeritus, School of Music. Eighty percent of income provides renewable undergraduate scholarships to music majors, preferably music education students. Remaining income is reinvested to principal. If no candidates, all income is reinvested to principal. Recipients will be selected by the Director of the School of Music in consultation with the University Committee on Student Financial Aid. The scholarships will be awarded annually and may be renewed at the discretion of the selection committee.

  • Nina Weigel Music Scholarship Fund

    Established September 4, 1951, by the music group of the University Women's Club and friends in her memory. the income to be used for scholarships to undergraduate female students meeting the following qualifications: (1) from the Junior or Senior Class, (2) having point average of 2.75 or better; (3) show promise of leadership in music and with well-poised, genial personality, (4) appear as guest artist once a year for the Music Group. The awards shall be made by the University Scholarship Committee on recommendation of the School of Music Faculty. Scholarships are to be awarded in multiples of $60 and any excess income is to be added to the principal. In the event that the School of Music should cease to exist, then the awards shall be made by the President or then Chief Executive Officer to any female student majoring in Music.

  • Ohio Federation of Music Clubs Award

    Scholarship for candidates working toward a Ph.D. in Music. Must be a U.S. citizen.

  • The Virginia A. Bridges Music Education Award

    Established December 5, 1997, with a gift from Virginia A. Bridges (MA in Music '51; PhD in Music Education '65) of Temple Terrace, Florida; used to provide awards to current graduate students in Music Education in increments of $1,000, with preference shown first to those specializing in the teaching of elementary or secondary general music, and second to graduate students specializing in the teaching of instrumental music. Revised January 27, 2017.

  • Music and Dance Library Builders Fund

    Funds are to be used for the purchase of books, subscriptions or other acquisitions as determined by the Head of the Music and Dance Library

  • Heather Pick Music Program Fund

    For portable music/video recording stations in the James Cancer Hospital and Solove Research Institute, Center for Critical Care and Stefanie Spielman Comprehensive Breast Center as well as continued funding to support the operational costs of an ongoing music program, musical equipment and artists’ fees, when necessary.

  • The William Poland Lectures in Music Theory

    Established September 4, 1987, by his family. Income covers honoraria and expenses for eminent scholars from any discipline lecturing on a topic of critical importance to scholarship in the theory of music.

  • Minority Support - School of Earth Science

    To Support Minority Students in The School of Earth Science

  • School of Natural Resources Staff Support

    Support Professional Development for Staff in The School of Natural Resources

  • School Study Council Support Fund

    To Provide Support for the Operations of The School Study Council and its Leadership Development Academy

  • Knowlton School Material and Fabrication Lab

    To maintain and improve the Knowlton School FabLab to support students' education.

  • Knowlton School of Architecture Priority Fund

    Provides for emerging priorities within the Austin E. Knowlton School of Architecture.

  • Knowlton School of Architecture Scholarship Fund

    Funds for scholarships within the Austin E. Knowlton School of Architecture.

  • School of Architecture Merit Scholarship Fund

    Financial Aid to Merit Award Students Entering The School of Architecture

  • Parkway High School Scholarship Fund

    Provides support for students graduating from Parkway High School.

  • The Knowlton School Building Enhancement Fund

    Used to maintain and enhance the beauty of the Knowlton School of Architecture Building. Funds will be used to support the purchase of furniture, general maintenance of the building, and landscaping.

  • General Electric-Dorothy McVitty Scholarship in Music

    Established January 12, 1942, by the General Electric Company as a result of competition by music students from ten universities. Income provides scholarships for the School of Music.

  • The Bernice B. Ross Memorial Scholarship Fund for Music

    Established September 4, 1981, by Mr. Gene P. Dragonette. Income assists talented undergraduates in the School of Music. Recipients will be determined by the established procedures within the School of Music, with approval by the Director of the School of Music, who will also approve requisitions for payment.

  • Kathryn Orsborn Kline Music Education Endowment Fund

    Established November 7, 2008 with gifts from Benjamin Kline; used to provide a scholarship to a first-year student who is enrolled in the School of Music, plans on majoring in music education or music performance, demonstrates financial need, and graduated from a public high school in Morrow County, Ohio with a GPA of 2.5 or higher.

  • The David C. and Carrie A. Keller Scholarship Fund in Music

    Annually $2,000 shall be awarded to provide talent-based merit awards to assist in the recruitment and retention of top-tier students for the School of Music. These awards will be distributed and renewed at the discretion of the director of the School of Music in consultation with the University’s Office of Student Financial Aid. This scholarship is renewable at the discretion of the director of the School of Music, provided that the recipient maintains a minimum level of satisfactory academic progress toward completion of a degree as determined by the director of the School of Music.

  • The Janet and Grace Souders Crist Music Scholarship Fund

    Established October 5, 1990, by Janet Souders Crist. Income provides scholarships/fellowships to students who are residents of Lancaster, Ohio; have graduated from a Fairfield County high school; and are majoring in Theory and Composition, and Composition, Music History and Literature, Music Performance, or Music Education. Please see full Endowment description.

  • Dr.Wilbur C. Held Endowed Music Scholarship Fund

    Established June 5, 2015, with gifts from Linda S. Hoover (B Music 1965, MA 1970); used to provide scholarships for students who are enrolled in the School of Music with specializations in organ, piano, voice, or choral conducting, and majoring in performance, music education, music pedagogy, or conducting at the undergraduate or graduate level and with preference given to students who have demonstrated interest in liturgical music.

  • The Maude Taylor Stout Instrumental Music Scholarship Fund

    Established May 8, 1987, by Whitney B. and Maude Taylor Stout. Eighty percent of income provides scholarships for academically superior students who are pursuing music degree study in instrumental music and/or have need. Remaining income is reinvested to principal. Recipients will be selected in accordance with procedures established in the School of Music, with final approval of the Director of the School of Music and the Dean of the College of The Arts, in cooperation with the University Committee on Student Financial Aid.

  • Lieutenant Richard Deselm Fellowship for the Development of Choral Music

    Established December 4, 1944, by Mrs. Helen DeSelm, in memory of her son who was killed in action at the Italian front. Income provides a fellowship in the School of Music.

  • Eugene J. Weigel Memorial Scholarship for Music Education

    Established November 5, 1982, by friends and members of the Marching Band in his memory. The annual income is to be awarded to one or more outstanding undergraduate students majoring in music. recipients will be determined by the established procedures within the School of Music, with final approval by the Director of the School of Music, who will also approve requisitions for payment. Should the need for this fund cease to exist or so diminish as to provide unused income, then the income may be used for any purpose whatsoever as determined by the Board of Trustees, with preference being given to awards for (1) members of the marching band,(2) music majors, and/or (3) others recommended by the appropriate administrative official of the University responsible for music education.

  • The Jack and Carol Evans Scholarship Fund in Music

    Established July 11, 2003 by Carol Evans and friends in memory of Jack through The Foundation. Eighty percent of income provides renewable undergraduate scholarships to music majors, preferably in music education. Remaining income is reinvested to principal. If no candidates are eligible, the entire income shall be reinvested to the principal. Recipients shall be chosen by the director of the School of Music or an individual appointed by the director and in consultation with the University Committee on Student Financial Aid.

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