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Mansfield Campus

The Mansfield campus of The Ohio State University offers many resources and opportunities that one would expect from one of America’s great research universities. Students can earn a degree in select majors, including an Associate of Arts; a bachelor’s degree in business, early and middle childhood education, English, history, and psychology; and a master’s degree in early and middle childhood education and social work; or begin an undergraduate program in any one of the more than 170 majors offered by the university. Best of all, classes average 22 students and are taught by award-winning and highly credentialed faculty committed to teaching students. The Mansfield Campus offers students events and social activities like concerts, comedians, and competitive team sports. Valuable leadership experiences like serving as a Buckeye Ambassador, performing in theatre or music productions, and participating in campus organizations add to the Mansfield Campus experience.

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Funds

The Ohio State Fund for the Mansfield Campus

Fund Number: 302990

Provides the dean with discretionary dollars for extraordinary projects not funded by the general operating budget


Ohio State Mansfield Academic Excellence

Fund Number: 313983

Provides support for new and existing programs that enhance Mansfield Campus Academic Excellence while also enriching local economic development opportunities with community and business partners.


OSU Mansfield Business Internship

Fund Number: 314107

Provides support for Career Services initiatives, with first preference to student internships at local for-profit businesses as determined by a campus committee of staff, faculty, and community leaders.


OSU Mansfield Erasmus Study Abroad Scholarship

Fund Number: 313774

Provide support for Study Abroad initiatives, including but not limited to annual student grants awarded by an OSU Mansfield faculty and staff committee


EcoLab Environmental Sciences Fund

Fund Number: 314774

Provides support for including but not limited to capital improvements, program development, and staffing for the expansion of environmental sciences learning laboratories and academic curriculum at Ohio State Mansfield.


Ohio State Mansfield Student Emergency Aid Fund

Fund Number: 314775

Provides emergency support for students struggling to continue their education, as determined by a campus committee.


Copperweld Corporation Shelby Division Scholarship Fund

Fund Number: 601446

Established May 5, 1995, from Copperweld Corporation-Shelby Division of Shelby, Ohio. Income provides scholarships to students attending the Mansfield campus.


Galion Scholarship Fund at OSU Mansfield

Fund Number: 602406

Established July 7, 1995, through a campaign sponsored by the Galion Area Betterment Commission. Income provides scholarships to Galion High School graduates attending the Mansfield campus.


OSU Mansfield Scholarship Endowment Fund

Fund Number: 605416

Established July 7, 1995 with community gifts and principal and distribution transferred from “The Grace Wolfe Kenson Lahm Student Loan Fund;” used to provide scholarships to students attending The Ohio State University at Mansfield. Revised June 24, 2011.


Mohican Area - OSU Mansfield Education Endowment Fund

Fund Number: 605018

Established September 23, 2005, by Loudonville community leaders. Distribution provides scholarships to Mansfield campus students who are Loudonville High School graduates or live in the Loudonville area. Unused distribution is reinvested to principal.


Richland County Ohio State University Alumni Club the Ohio State University at Mansfield Scholarship Endowment Fund

Fund Number: 606079

Established June 5, 1987, by the Richland County University Alumni Club. A minimum of ninety-five percent of income provides scholarships given under the criteria established. No scholarship shall be less than fifty percent of tuition, at the time of the award, for a full academic year.


Ohio State Mansfield Tyger Scholarship

Fund Number: 313982

Renewable scholarships for students graduating from Mansfield Senior High School.


David M. Scott Memorial Scholarship Fund

Fund Number: 606429

Established October 7, 1994, by the Mansfield community. Income provides scholarships for science/engineering students enrolled at the Mansfield campus.


Florence B. Allen Poetry Awards Fund

Fund Number: 600080

Established September 5, 1975, with a bequest from Florence Allen, instructor emerita at the Mansfield campus. Income funds the annual poetry awards at the Mansfield campus.


Fran Rupp Christian Mansfield Campus Scholarship Fund

Fund Number: 606816

Established February 2, 1990, by Fran Rupp Christian. Distribution supports educational diversity with particular attention to worthy female students with need, particularly mothers working outside the home and attending the Mansfield campus.


Geography & Environmental Sciences Scholarship Fund

Fund Number: 312867

Renewable scholarships of up to $1000 awarded each year to new and continuing pursuing a geography or environmental sciences-related major


Gerald B. Rice Memorial Fund

Fund Number: 606065

Established February 6, 1981, in his memory by his mother, Mildred Rice Fisher, and his aunt, Cora Mae Joachim. A portion of income is awarded as the Gerald B. Rice Theatre Prize to students who have contributed most to the success of theatrical producti ons at Mansfield, with the remainder to benefit the theatre and/or English programs.


Haiti Empowerment Project

Fund Number: 313353

Income supports Haiti Empowerment Project initiatives, including but not limited to faculty, staff, and student travel, supplies, and equipment, which focus on a variety of Haitian field projects.


J. F. Buckley Memorial Scholarship for Sexuality Studies

Fund Number: 312831

Provides one-time scholarship of up to $1000 for new and continuing students pursuing the sexuality studies minor at OSU Mansfield.


James C. Lewis Technical Theatre Fund

Fund Number: 604166

Established July 12, 2002, by his parents, Carl and Bessie Lewis, his brother Robert, colleague Lary J. Evans and friends. Income supports activities of the Mansfield Theatre program and recognizes an undergraduate who has made outstanding contribution s to the technical areas of theatre at Mansfield.



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