Completed Projects

Since 1933, Ohio Staters, Inc. has completed many projects around campus that better the welfare of Ohio State Students and promote the traditions of The Ohio State University. Take a look at OSI’s extensive project history here.

  • Buckeye Ballets
    • This was a project aimed at increasing accessibility to absentee voting supplies for students on campus. Voting packets, stuffed with two stamps, an instruction sheet, application to vote, and an envelope were distributed to three dorms, Thompson Library and The Ohio Union. This project was a partnership between Ohio Staters and OSU Votes, with time and money put in by both sides.
  • Fred Beekman’s Legacy
    • The goal of this project was to honor the life and legacy of Fred Beekman with a handicapped accessible fitness park and memorial located in the current Fred Beekman Park. The memorial also consists of informational signs noting the impact that Fred Beekman had at this University.
  • Script Ohio
    • The goal of “Script Ohio” was to commemorate The Ohio State Marching Band and their signature “Script Ohio” while also paying tribute to the past band directors and the history of the band. You can check out the granite sculpture of Script Ohio and including a signboard with the accomplishments and landmark dates of the  marching band. Members of the Ohio State community are encouraged to creatively dot their own “i” on the sculpture, and we have a social media campaign with #DotYourOwnI.
  •  How Firm Thy Safety
    • This project gives students, staff, and faculty the opportunity to let the Department of Public Safety know that we appreciate all of their hard work and service in protecting the campus community.
  •  Books Behind Bars
    • This project was a part of the First Year Success Series inviting first-year students to engage in conversation about the privileges and opportunities we have at The Ohio State University to challenge our own preconceptions and attitudes. This project addressed issues of censorship, social injustice, and the related issues OSU students face on campus today.