To raise the bar for excellence and keep pace with peer institutions, Ohio State’s College of Medicine is embarking on a four-year, $60 million goal to increase student support. As an integral part of the But for Ohio State campaign, this fundraising effort is the roadmap to take the College of Medicine from excellence to eminence by supporting the physicians of tomorrow.
Your gift—no matter what size—will directly impact students’ lives, making medical school more affordable for our students and their families, while helping the college attract the most promising scholars to Ohio State.
Throughout the University’s more than 140-year history, donors have rallied to champion students when it matters most. Your support for this ambitious campaign will help the next generation of doctors at a time when private support for medical students is more important than ever
You may contribute online instantly to the following scholarship funds:
College of Medicine Dean's Scholarship
Help students in need today. All contributions to this fund go directly to current use scholarship dollars.
College of Medicine Scholarship Fund
Make a lasting gift by supporting this endowed fund. 100% of the interest revenue from this endowment supports medical student scholarships.
OSU Medical Alumni Society Merit Scholarship Endowment
Join fellow alumni to support an outstanding student. Presented by the Medical Alumni Society, this scholarship is distributed to a Med 1, based on academic achievement and financial need.
White Coat Sponsorship Program
Show your support from day 1 in a tangible way. Your gift of $100 or more per coat will welcome new students to the Buckeye family and support College of Medicine scholarships.
Leave a legacy of support and generosity from your graduating class. Give to an existing fund, or rally your classmates to create a class scholarship.
For a more detailed discussion on giving opportunities, including our annual fund, scholarship initiatives, or planned gifts, please contact:
Asst. Director of Development
Medical Center Dev. and Alumni Affairs