In-person event guidance
Updated June 2021
Thank you for your continued efforts during the pandemic to help keep Buckeyes connected and engaged throughout the world. The staff at The Ohio State University Alumni Association knows that your group is excited to resume in-person events and, and our Regional Engagement and Society Liaisons are here to guide your efforts to ensure a safe and meaningful experience for your Buckeyes.
If your club or society is interested in planning and hosting in-person events, we are strongly encouraging your group to follow all CDC guidelines to ensure a safe and healthy experience for your alumni, fans, and friends. In addition to the CDC guidelines, we also strongly recommend that your group follow any guidelines outlined by your state, local, and city health departments.
If you have any questions regarding in-person events, we encourage you to contact your Regional Engagement Officer or Society Liaison.
We’re finding new ways to connect with our fellow Buckeyes. We’ve included some ideas here for Category 1 events, which provide continued engagement as we prioritize safety.
The Alumni Association in cooperation with the University will not support any in-person football game watch events, which includes marketing, swag, and reimbursements. We want to ensure the student-athletes and our communities stay safe and healthy, and by cheering on the Buckeyes at home, we can all do our part. In this update, we’ve outlined some alternative activities to keep your members engaged with your alumni group and Ohio State.
Exclusive opportunity for club and society groups to fundraise by selling Buckeye-themed face masks. For each mask purchase, $4 will go to your group’s scholarship fund.
Club and society Leaders share their thoughts on virtual programming.
Scheduling, agenda planning and more.
Resource guide for hosting virtual board meetings and events.
To help you connect and engage with your fellow Buckeyes, OSUAA has put together new ways to support your groups and the virtual events you’d like to host.
Learn how to use OSUAA resources to help with event hosting, registration, reporting and more.
OSUAA will request attendance information from your virtual events so we know who is engaged with the university. Review your options for your group when handling registrations.
Zoom is an audio/video conferencing tool you can use to connect with fellow group members.