The Ohio Space Grant Consortium is a statewide network of colleges and universities working to expand opportunities for Ohioans to understand and participate in NASA’s aeronautics and space projects by supporting and enhancing Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) through scholarships, fellowships, higher education, research infrastructure, pre-college (K-12), and informal education public outreach efforts. The Space Grant national network includes more than 1,000 affiliates from universities, colleges, industry, museums, science centers, and state and local agencies.

U.S. Citizen Program


721 | 295
   Women | Minorities

201 | 274
 Internships | Fellowships

444 | 488
        Grants | Mini-Grants

*All stats are since program inception


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The Ohio Space Grant Consortium hosted
a VEX IQ Robotics competition at the Ohio Aerospace Institute on February 24, 2023. Twenty-nine elementary and middle teams competed in the event. 

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The importance of SpaceX launch.

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I am NASA Space Grant.  Watch a video from Derick Endicott (Lead Engineer, SpaceX) as he speaks on his experience with Ohio Space Grant Consortium and where his journey has taken him.


The OSGC congratulates the National Space Grant College and Fellowship Program on its 30th Anniversary! We are proud to be a part of this outstanding organization and join in the celebration!


CCC, ONU, and OSU organized a NASA Watch Party featuring the “Future of Space” via a live stream on May 6. The live stream featured NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine who discussed NASA’s plan to go “forward to the Moon” in 2024.

Cecilia Mainzer
OSGC University Summer Intern Cecilia Mainzer working on her research entitled:   “Development of Phagotrophic Algae-Based Process for Conversion of Waste Organics to Algae Lipids as Potential Feedstock for Biofuel.”  Cecilia’s research is being performed at The University of Akron’s Bioprocess Engineering Lab with her mentor, Dr. Lu-Kwang Ju.