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The fruit of your philanthropy feeds current and future students in inspirational ways. See the incredible impact your gift makes at OSU.

Your Impact:

A Culture of Care

October 9, 2023  |  By: Grant Ramirez

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See a Need, Fill a Need

June 21, 2023  |  By: Grant Ramirez

The Oklahoma State University Equine Judging Team had just pulled into the barn area at Char-Lin Ranch when their van broke down. Read More

Sophomore’s journey to OSU began with mentorship and scholarship

February 2, 2023  |  By: Delaney Duffield

Sophomore Grace Adams’ love for leadership, service and agriculture led her to Oklahoma State University from the Pacific Northwest. Read More

Couple’s impact grows with significant estate gift to fund architecture, athletics and scholarships

December 13, 2022  |  By: Grant Ramirez

Jack and Carol Corgan have always wanted to do more. In 2008, they were asked to consider a $500,000 gift to Oklahoma State University to support the construction of the Donald W. Reynolds School of Architecture, a proposal that was more than what they had budgeted. Still, they quickly decided it was a need they wanted to fill. Read More

New campaign raises nearly $200,000 for OSU mental health services

December 13, 2022  |  By: Grant Ramirez

On Oct. 8, OSU launched Cowboys United for Mental Health with one goal in mind — to improve OSU students’ access to mental health resources on campus. Read More

A teacher’s mentorship influenced OSU student scholar’s journey to OSU

November 10, 2022  |  By: Delaney Duffield

OSU junior Cayden Ward’s journey to OSU began when she turned to one of her high school teachers for academic and personal guidance after her father passed away her freshman year. Read More