Opportunities for establishing class gifts, where graduating veterinary classes develop and sponsor funding of special projects, are limitless. The CVHS Development Office offers assistance and development planning for such purposes. Contact Heather Clay, 405.385.5607 for assistance.
Classes of 1960 and 1969
Dr. Michael D. Lorenz Endowed Scholarship for Veterinary Medicine
In honor of all that Dr. Lorenz has contributed to the veterinary profession—as a small animal practitioner, an instructor, a researcher, an academic leader/author, and a proponent of veterinary medicine—the Classes of 1960 and 1969 have established the Dean Michael D. Lorenz Endowed Scholarship to benefit future OSU veterinary students.
Class of 1961 Endowed McElroy Hall Beautification Fund
The Class of 1961 provides for a consistent revenue stream for help with upkeep, beautification and maintenance of the cornerstone building within the Center for Veterinary Health Sciences campus, McElroy Hall.
Class of 1963 Distinguished Lectureship Series
The Class of 1963 provides opportunity for faculty, students and practitioners to interact annually with an eminent scholar. Chosen event speakers will be leaders of national and international reputation in biomedical research, veterinary science and medicine from across North America and internationally. Regular visits by outstanding clinicians and researchers promote interactions with other academic institutions, provide opportunities to demonstrate first-hand the strengths of our programs, stimulate recruiting, and generally raise the visibility and reputation of the OSU CVHS. The endowed fund sponsored by the class supports the cost of the annual lectureship which is the keynote address for the CVHS Fall Veterinary Conference.
Museum on Wheels – Class of 1970
The Class of 1970 has established a class project through a Museum on Wheels Fund. The Museum on Wheels establishes a permanent legacy in honor of the veterinary campus and Class of 1970 for the restoration of a 1953 vintage truck, a unique vehicle preserving the heritage of veterinary medicine education and the tools of the trade as the years have advanced. The mobile iconic veterinary museum will be seen on display and in exhibition venues to chronicle veterinary medicine history.
Veterinary Medicine Class of 1977
Donations from the Class of 1977 continue to build as the class works toward determining a specific project.
Veterinary Medicine Class of 1984
Established in 1993 as a Class of 1984 project, gifts made to this fund continue to build toward the endowed level.
Veterinary Medicine Class of 2007 Fund
The Class of 2007 designated funds for use on an outdoor campus improvement project that will be utilized by the students of the Center for Veterinary Health Sciences. The Class of 2007 proposes a sitting area outside of McElroy Hall.