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Student Spotlight

Faculty/Staff Spotlight

Student Funding Opportunities

The John Glenn College of Public Affairs offers a variety of merit-based funding opportunities for incoming students. See the Funding page for more information. These awards are fixed amounts that are paid out over one or more years of graduate study.

The Office of Diversity and Inclusion (ODI) offers several scholarship programs that can help students realize their dream of attending college or studying abroad. ODI also provides grants for education abroad.

Ohio State offers Graduate Enrichment Fellowships to students from traditionally underrepresented backgrounds. As with the university fellowships, the Glenn College commits to funding fellows in their second year through graduate assistantships.


The Glenn College’s Public Affairs Multicultural Student Organization (PAMSO) brings together students of all ages, races, genders, religions, disabilities and backgrounds to create a welcoming community that enables and encourages collaboration among peers on topics related to diversity and inclusion.


The Glenn College’s Programs for Ohio Women Empowered to Represent (POWER) strengthens gender equality and empowers Ohio women in public leadership through educational pathways is a priority at the John Glenn College of Public Affairs.

Diversity Initiatives

The Ohio State University's Diversity Initiatives web page serves as a clearinghouse for resources related to diversity, equity and inclusion at Ohio State including the Office of Diversity and Inclusion, the Multicultural Center, student organizations, Disability Services, Office of Student Life, Student Life Multicultural Center and other student organizations.


The Student Life Multicultural Center (MCC) offers resources to all members of The Ohio State University community while supporting and celebrating specific groups, including African/African American, American Indian/Indigenous Peoples, Asian/Asian American, Latino/Hispanic, LGBTQ and allies, women, men and faith communities.


Through a broad range of programs, The Ohio State University’s Office of Diversity and Inclusion (ODI) supports the success of students who enhance the diversity of the university.

Kirwan Institute

The Kirwan Institute for the Study or Race and Ethnicity connects individuals and communities with opportunities needed for thriving by educating the public, building the capacity of allied social justice organizations and investing in efforts that support equity and inclusion.

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