Invest in Ohio State
Your gift to The Ohio State University is an investment in our students, our faculty and our potential. By supporting Ohio’s land-grant institution, alumni, friends, parents and partners can help us secure educational opportunities for future generations of students and meet the enormous challenges we face as a society. Together, we will sustain an enduring tradition of scholarship, service and pride.
At Ohio State, we are not afraid to take risks, to test bold hypotheses or to rethink traditional approaches to problems. We are innovators of new technologies and medical procedures. We dare to ask new questions and to celebrate the synergy and solutions that result when people from seemingly unrelated disciplines join together for a common cause. With additional private support, we will be able to bring a wider spectrum of research opportunities to Ohio State — and consequently offer more solutions to those we serve locally and around the world.
Profound differences in the Ohio State community
At 101 years old, Ohio State donor Zoe Dell Nutter believes supporting research is a crucial step in making progress. This well-traveled woman’s interesting life led her to become a Buckeye over 40 years ago, and her love of animals has kept her supporting the university.
At Ohio State, scholarships are a gift of opportunity, helping students earn a top-tier education. Meet three undergraduate scholars who are making the most of their Ohio State experiences, with help from scholarships.
Four buildings, one state-of-the-art facility. Ohio State’s CBEC building is one of the very few in the country specifically designed to promote an innovative, collaborative research environment. One of the results? Ohio State will play a leadership role in important scientific advancements.
Children may not know exactly what cancer is, but they do know one thing: when friends and family are affected all they want to do is help. Laura Tornes of Hilliard, Ohio remembers when her son and daughter, Dylan (8) and Ella (6), and their friend Hailey Pierson (8) came up with the idea.