2013-2014 Ohio State Writing Supplement
No General Ohio State Questions. Just for specific programs.
(To see these specific essays, you must click yes in Ohio State Members Questions under Academics.)
These applications are due November 1.
Morrill Scholars Program
Office of Diversity and Inclusion’s Morrill Scholars Program Essay Prompt: How can you enrich the campus community and serve as an ambassador for diversity? What specific experience(s) and/or leadership efforts have you had that showcase your awareness and commitment to diversity? (To learn more about the Office of Diversity and Inclusion and the Morrill Scholars Program visit odi.osu.edu.) (Required for this program, 350 word max, Paste in.)The Morrill Scholars Program is offered through the Office of Diversity and Inclusion and seeks to reward leadership and academic excellence through diversity. Learn more at odi.osu.edu. Applicants who submit the Common Application and all required materials (test scores, letter of recommendation, transcripts, etc.) by November 1 will receive priority consideration for this program. Note: you must complete the MSP essay prompt in the Writing Supplement. (Required, 350-500 words, Paste in)
Honors and Scholars Program
Ohio State’s Honors and Scholars programs serve high-ability, motivated undergraduate students. Learn more at honors-scholars.osu.edu. Applicants who submit the Common Application and all required materials (test scores, letter of recommendation, transcripts, etc.) by November 1 will receive priority consideration for these programs. Note: you must complete the Honors and Scholars essay prompt in the Writing Supplement.
University Honors and Ohio State Scholars Essay Prompt: How do your individual passions and interests align with one or more of the G.O.A.L.S. of the Honors & Scholars Center? (To learn about the G.O.A.L.S. visit honors-scholars.osu.edu/goals.) (Required for these programs, 350-500 words, Paste in)
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