Founded by the Alumnae Council in 1935, the ASH Program continues to offer a unique housing option to many women who would not have had an affordable opportunity to obtain a college education. What an amazing past, present and future as this program has advanced and improved over the past 80 years!
Now that we have become a “society” we are better able to provide improved leadership as we work for the advancement of the ASH program. Our current vision and focus is to increase the ASH Gift Fund #305032 with the goal of providing full housing and tuition scholarships to the remarkable women in our program.
In accordance with the new ASH Society guidelines, we adopted the following donation levels:
ASHES LEVEL $150 – $999
EMBER LEVEL $1000 – $4,999
FLAME LEVEL $5,000 – $9,999
BLAZE LEVEL $10,000 – UP
The ASH Program has so much to offer! We desire to see our program become the best it can possibly be, and YOU can help! Your special gift to the ASH Program will ensure that it continues to expand and improve to meet the changing needs of women. We are truly grateful for your past support, and we look forward to partnering with you to make the future of our program a success! We invite you to visit the ASH houses so you can observe firsthand the positive impact your gift is making– please contact us as we would gladly make arrangements for your visit!
Becoming a member of the ASH Society has never been easier. Donate $25 (or more) to any ASH Fund in 2015 and you are automatically a member of the ASH Society in 2016. Donations can be made by calling 614-292-2281 (or 1-800-762-5646), or online through The Ohio State University Foundation. Giving here is quick and easy. Simply Search All Funds for the word ASH. Several of our most popular funds will pop up in the results. Alternatively, view our complete list of scholarships here. You can search for many of our scholarships on the OSU Foundation website as well. Consider celebrating 80 years of ASH by making your 2015 (Dues) Donation to the ASH Anniversary Scholarship Fund #200228.