Third-year teaching and learning student Chloe Baker managed until September to keep aloft all the spinning plates in her 20-year-old life: taking classes, waiting tables to pay rent and faithfully applying for scholarships, grants and loans to fund college.
Couple pays it forward so next generation of Ohio State students can help change lives like the university did for theirs.
First-generation college graduate shows dedication to consumer and family financial services program with scholarship for undergrad students.
A paragon for Black men as educators, Missy Weiler created a legacy through the power of education. Weiler Scholars share their appreciation.
Gay Su Pinnell donates largest gift in college’s history
Their romance led to an enduring legacy for education Many Buckeyes associate the name Arps with the building on campus. Most don’t know the Arps family’s long-standing history with the university, or how a love story catalyzed a scholarship that has supported hundreds of education students. The building, circa 1926, was named after the third […]