The Ohio State Fund for the Marion Campus
This fund supports a wide variety of activities including the Five Nights on Campus series, Kuhn Fine Arts Gallery, Delaware Center, WOSB, Kids College Learning Enrichment Institute
Marion Campus Scholarship Fund
To Support Scholarships at Marion Campus
The Marion Campus Science Building Fund
To raise supplemental funds for a new Science building. To replace outdated laboratory facilities and expand opportunities in the arts
Prairie Development Fund
Supports the costs of education, mgmt, and research at the OSU Marion Prairie Nature Center, including the purchase of books, computer equipment, natural arti- facts/specimen and educational progrms.
Howard Honors Development Fund
Supports Honors Program activities such as student recognition programs, awards, research, group study tours and public lectures.
Marion Campus Minority Scholarship Fund
Supports scholarship awards for minority students, including first quarter freshmen students, first time students, and continuing adjut students from the seven county service area.
Marion Campus Student Educational Travel Fund
Supports organized student travel opportunities to broaden, expand and en rich the education experience. Frequent travel desitinations are France, Chile, England, Chicago and Washington D.C.
Babich Honors Fund
Established February 7, 1986 with gifts from Ted B. Babich and Beth E. Babich in honor of their parents Robert and Marilyn B. Babich; used to support activities and services at the OSU Marion Campus directed toward the honors program and such activities that cultivate and nurture scholarly achievement. Revised June 6, 2008.
Donald E. and Lillian Sims Scholarship Fund
Established September 5, 2003, by Mr. Sims and funds from the Marion Campus Enrichment Fund. Income provides undergraduate merit scholarships preferably to Marion County students attending either the main or Marion campus.
Dorothy and George H. Alber Scholarship Fund
Established December 6, 1985, by George H. Alber. Eighty percent of income provides scholarships to qualified students at the Marion campus demonstrating need, a high degree of academic potential or scholastic ability. Remaining income is reinvested to p rincipal.
Edwin U. Wolfinger Scholarship Fund
Established June 7, 1984, from his estate. Income provides scholarships for Marion County students attending the Marion campus.
Evelyn E. Walter Endowment Fund
Established February 1, 2002, by the Evelyn E. Walter Foundation through The Foundation. Income provides scholarships for undergraduates and graduates at the Marion campus with preference to second-year and non-traditional students with need due to uniqu e life circumstances, and secondly, to undergraduates with a permanent Marion County address.
Friends of Delaware Center Endowment Fund
Established December 6, 2007 with gifts from the Marion Campus Delaware Center Fund; used to provide unrestricted support for scholarships, initiatives and emerging priorities for students, faculty, and staff at the Delaware Center, a program of The Ohio State University at Marion.
General Academic Initiative
To establish 4 yr degree programs or to provide espanded programming in business, human resources, criminology, environmental sciences, or other emerging majors, minors
Geology Development Fund
To Support Geology Related Activities at The Ohio State University at Marion Including Geology instruction in Laboratories, Lectures, and on Field Trips
Hal Hazelett Endowment Fund
Established December 6, 2007 with gifts from friends and family of Hal Hazelett of Marion, Ohio; used to provide scholarship support to students who demonstrate financial need, have a 2.8 or higher grade point average and are enrolled at the Marion campus with preference given to students who intend to pursue careers in math, science and/or education and who display skills indicating they could be successful in their selected field.
Jane Peppard Endowed Scholarship Fund
Established April 5, 1991, by her friends. Eighty percent of income provides scholarships for qualified students enrolled at the Marion campus. Remaining income is reinvested to principal.
Kuhn Fine Arts Gallery
For the operation and renovation of the gallery to exhibit artwork
Larry Prude Memorial Minority Scholarship Fund
Established December 14, 1984, by the University Marion Campus Minority Advisory Committee. Income provides scholarships for deserving minorities of merit entering the Marion campus.
Lashley/Lowe Minority Scholarship Fund
Established June 4, 1993, by Madge Cooper Guthery in honor of Rev. Milton Lashley and Myrtle Lowe, outstanding citizens who dedicated their lives to the Marion community, the church and the preservation of Black heritage. Eighty percent of income provide s scholarships/loans to deserving minorities attending the Marion campus. Remaining income is reinvested to principal.