The Morrill Scholars Early Arrival Program (MSEAP) is designed to introduce incoming Morrill Scholars to The Ohio State University campus and greater Columbus community.
The Morrill Scholars Program Learning Community (MSPLC) prepares Scholars to become diversity leaders and advocates through scholarship and active engagement with social justice work on local and national levels.
This social justice, social activism documentary series examines the impact of the intersectionality and complexity of identity and justice.
Teams and Committees
The Morrill Scholars Early Arrival Program (MSEAP) helps incoming Morrill Scholars who are not from Columbus get acclimated with Ohio State’s campus and the city of Columbus as well as providing the opportunity to meet other Scholars before the rest of the first-year students come to campus.
The Morrill Scholars Program Advisory Committee (MSPAC) is a unique leadership opportunity for Morrill Scholars that will determine what encourages Scholars to engage with ODI, MSP, and one another.
The Morrill Scholars Program Communications Team is an opportunity for Morrill Scholars to get involved in various ways in promoting and informing about diversity at Ohio State. This Communication Team will be composed of three units: social media, newsletter, and video.
Each semester, ODI staff teach MSP-specific sections of leadership courses offered through the College of Education and Human Ecology that are designed to help Morrill Scholars explore various social issues in a supportive environment with other Morrill Scholars to facilitate dialogue and build relationships.