Help support our Master of Health Administration (MHA) students
Sometimes, the experiences you have outside of the classroom are just as important as the lessons you learn from your textbook.
The Ohio State University First-Year Health Care Case Competition provides first-year students from health administration programs across the country an opportunity to put what they have learned into practice presenting creative and innovative solutions to real-world health care problems.
Tackling issues such as regional diabetes population health management for the Wexner Medical Center and developing a bariatric strategy for a health system in Florida, this competition has enhanced the student experience, provided remarkable opportunities for leadership, and heightened the already stellar reputation of the MHA program.
By supporting the Ohio State University First-Year Health Care Case Competition, you are helping to provide our students with hands-on leadership and professional development experience through the planning and execution of this national event. Your investment in this fund will help future MHA students gain experience and skills they need to make a lasting impact on the lives of others.
When you give to the Ohio State University First-Year Health Care Case Competition, you not only support our students, but you are also making an investment in our program. The success of this event contributes to our program’s leading national reputation and differentiates us from other programs. Your support will ensure that we continue to attract—and support—the best and brightest future health care leaders in the field.
Your support will champion some of the brightest students in the nation, preparing them to become the next generation of healthcare leaders.
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.