The Law School Annual Fund
What is the Law School Annual Fund?
The Law School Annual Fund is our foundation of unrestricted support, providing financial resources that can be used immediately where the dean feels they are needed most.
Gifts to the Annual Fund are used by the law school to fund scholarships for current and incoming students. At this time, when competition among law schools for the best and brightest students is becoming more challenging, scholarships are crucial to our efforts to attract and retain top students.
The Law School Annual Fund seeks to involve alumni, parents, faculty, students and friends in the ongoing life of the law school. Alumni participation in the Annual Fund sends a strong message to other alumni, current and prospective students, potential corporate and foundation donors and others in the legal community that the Columbus School of Law is a worthy investment.
What is this year's Annual Fund Goal?
The 2007-2008 Annual Fund goal is to raise $800,000 for scholarships between May 1, 2007 and April 30, 2008 and to increase our rate of alumni participation to 20 percent. Gifts of any amount bring us closer to reaching our revenue and participation goals.
How can I make a gift?
There are many ways to make a gift to the Law School Annual Fund. Thank you in advance for your support!