Student Scholarship



2017 Scholarship Information: Three Rivers Buckeye Scholarship

Congratulations to our 2017 winners!

My name is Jake Stack, and I am a senior at South Fayette High School in Pittsburgh. I am involved in copious activities as I play ice hockey, am the co-chair of the South Fayette Glow Run, and participate in many other school related organizations such as student government and National Honor Society. It is truly an honor to be a 2017 Three Rivers Buckeye Scholarship recipient, and I am ecstatic to continue my academic endeavors at The Ohio State University. I plan to study neuroscience and then attend medical school after my four years at Ohio State, as I aspire to become a cardiothoracic surgeon or neurosurgeon.

Hello! I am Tana Mahajan, a senior at Upper St. Clair High School. I am an officer in student council, president of Multicultural club, and love to participate in different cultural programs such as the Thai exchange and the Spanish exchange. I am also a runner, and this May, will participate in the Pittsburgh half marathon. I am incredibly honored to receive a Three Rivers Buckeye scholarship, and am excited to attend Ohio State next fall! I plan to study in the Integrated Business Engineering program with a focus in chemical engineering, and will hopefully later attend law school to become a patent attorney.


General Scholarship Information

Scholarships are granted annually to select high school seniors from the Greater Pittsburgh area who are committed to attending Ohio State the following fall. This annual scholarship program is called the Alumni Scholars Program (ASP): Three Rivers Buckeye Scholarship. Scholarship funds may be used to attend any of Ohio State’s campuses.

To receive an award students must:

  • Be admitted to the university
  • Preferably ranked in the top 10% of their high school class
  • Exude strong scholastic ability and character
  • Have a record of performance in activities both in school and in the community
  • Be residents or attend high school in the Greater Pittsburgh area
  • Be an incoming freshman