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Scholarships to support diversity, equity and inclusivity. Raise up the future leaders of public health today.

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How can you empower the next generation of public health professionals and health care leaders? Scholarships. We need your help in building these scholarships up to create more opportunities for students today, tomorrow and always. Click "Give Today" to learn more about each fund. Thank you for your gift.

The College of Public Health General Scholarship Fund

Provides financial assistance to students in the College of Public Health.

Ruth Ella Moore, PHD, Scholarship Fund

Established November 16, 2023, with gifts from friends, family, and colleagues of Dr. Ruth Ella Moore, the first African American Woman to graduate with a PhD from The Ohio State University, and the first to graduate with a PhD in the natural sciences in the country; provides one or more scholarships to students who are enrolled in the College of Public Health. Preference shall be given to candidates who are first-generation or trailblazing in their educational pursuits. The donors desire that when awarding this scholarship special consideration be given for students who have overcome substantial educational or economic obstacles. If no students meet the selection criteria, the scholarship(s) will be open to all students who are enrolled in the college and demonstrate a commitment to diversity and inclusion.

CPH Emergency Scholarship Fund

Provides financial support on a case-by-case basis to students who are enrolled in the College of Public Health (“College”) to assist with emergencies that impede their education.

William O Cleverley Fellowship Fund

Established June 22, 2012, with gifts made in recognition of the Health Services Management and Policy faculty career of William O. Cleverley (BSBA 1967; faculty 1973-2001; Professor Emeritus, 2001) of Powell, Ohio; given from friends, colleagues, and alumni; used to provide fellowship support to students in the MHA program in the College of Public Health. Revised August 31, 2018.