Support our future medical students
Our medical students are among the best and brightest in the nation. Right now, the College of Medicine is spread across five buildings, the youngest of which is 50 years old. We want to build a new home for the College of Medicine by renovating Hamilton Hall, to improve our facilities and provide a space for interdisciplinary education. We want our facilities to match the excellence of our program and our students.
Without the support we have received over the past 100 years, we would not be where we are today, nor could we envision the next century. Your support on the Day of Giving will help us renovate Hamilton Hall by providing a new anatomy pavilion and classroom wing.
World-leading medical education and scientific discovery require environments that are designed and built to serve a purpose. Our state-of-the-art College of Medicine facilities will create a modern environment in which we teach current skills, enable distance-learning and learner-centered practices and forge future leaders.
With your help, we will change the landscape of medical and health science education and foster bold, new medical advances. This will transform patient care and well-being while also driving student success for the next generation of Buckeye physicians.
It’s time that our facilities match our excellence.
Your generosity will forever be linked to our people, teaching, learning and mentorship and the tradition of excellence, which we strive to embody. Help us build the future of medical education by becoming part of its future today.
Did you miss the Day of Giving? You can still make an impact.
Are you staff or faculty? You can make your gift via payroll deduction.