Make A Difference Through Giving

Make a Difference Through Giving

Donor contributions provide essential support for students served by the Office of Diversity and Inclusion. ODI welcomes gifts from individuals, corporations, and foundations, and facilitates the use of those critical resources to assist our student body in a myriad of ways. Scholarships, student programming, global education opportunities, and enhancing our modern learning environment are some of the chief ways that private support provides students with the opportunities they need to be successful in today's ever-changing, global environment.

We look forward to working with you to align your personal gift interests to the programmatic needs within ODI.

Ways to Give

If you are interested in:

  • Establishing an endowment in support of scholarships or programming for any area within the Office of Diversity and Inclusion
  • Making an estate gift such as including ODI in your will or the beneficiary of your charitable gift annuity or trust
  • Making a gift of stock, property or an in kind donation

To make an online, secure gift to support scholarships and programmatic priorities of the Office of Diversity and Inclusion, visit the Give to Ohio State website.

Programmatic Giving Priorities

ACCESS Collaborative

Support for low-income single parent students who are heads of their household and attending Ohio State University.

Give to ACCESS Collaborative
The Bell National Resource Center on the African American Male

Supports scholarships and programming aimed at growing the retention and graduation of Ohio State's African American male students.

Give to the Bell Center
The Frank W. Hale, Jr. Black Cultural Center

Supports target objectives to enhance student programming and upgrades to the Center's infrastructure.

Give to the Hale Center
Minority Scholarships

Supports need and merit-based scholarships for students served by the Office of Diversity and Inclusion.

Give to Minority Scholarships
Young Scholars Program

Supports pre-collegiate and collegiate programming for underserved, first generation students from nine Ohio cities.

Give to YSP