‘I Believe in Ohio State’ Campus Campaign 2013 kicks off
Ohio State’s 2013 Campus Campaign has officially launched, marking the beginning of two months of giving, stories, and special events.
Campus Campaign is the university’s faculty and staff giving program. Contributions are used internally for Ohio State’s individual programs, projects, and endowments.
Campus Campaign donors choose where they want their gifts to be used according to their interest areas within the university. There are thousands of funds within Ohio State and the Ohio State Medical Center that range from patient assistance to employee education, research, scholarships, and program support.
While giving to any Ohio State fund is encouraged, the College of Public Health has several worthy funds that are priorities for the college. For a more detailed description of a fund, or to see a full listing of funds, please click here.
- The Ohio State Fund for the College of Public Health (#306584)
- The College of Public Health General Scholarship Fund (#313097)
- Public Health Research and Education Support Fund (#310502)
- Global Health Travel Fund in the College of Public Health (#314259)
- Stanley Lemeshow Student Excellence Fund (#482343)
- William O. Cleverley Scholarship Fund (#641304)
To spread support of the 2013 campaign, faculty and staff are encouraged to participate in “why I give” videos. Contact Bri Loesch for more info. View the Campus Campaign kickoff video for the college below.
During the 2012 campaign, the College of Public Health had the third highest participation rate out of the seven health sciences colleges.
For questions about Campus Campaign, or to turn in a pledge card, visit Kayla Luttrell in 134 Cunz Hall. Participants are also able to visit www.campuscampaign.osu.edu to make an online donation, and to view additional funds from across campus.
The Ohio State University's College of Public Health is an integral part of the most comprehensive health sciences campus in the nation. The college was created in February 2007 by the University Board of Trustees. First established in 1995 as part of the College of Medicine, we are the first and only accredited school of public health in the state of Ohio. Specializations within the college include biostatistics, environmental health sciences, epidemiology, health behavior and health promotion, health services management and policy, veterinary public health, and clinical and translational science. The college is currently ranked 20th in public health graduate schools by US News & World Report. Its Master of Health Administration program is ranked 14th.