Ukrainian Cultural Association of Ohio

Founded in 1983, our mission is to celebrate and raise awareness of Ukrainian culture, as well as fundraise to provide humanitarian aid to Ukraine


Please see our Annual Report, available here.


Learn how to make an intricately decorated egg known as Ukrainian “pysanky” – traditionally created to celebrate Easter or spring. Steeped in history and culture, discover


Every November, Ukrainians all over the world remember the Famine-Genocide we now call “Holodomor.”

ONE phone call!

You can help Ukraine with ONE phone call! Just pick up your phone and contact your US Congressional Representative today. You don’t need to be a

Tourniquets to Kremenets

Наші турнікети вже долетіли і скоро багато воїнів будуть мати їх в своїх аптечках. Нехай зберігають життя! Our tourniquets arrived and will soon find their way

Threat Intimidation Guide

Ukrainians have been targeted by hateful attacks, harassment and disinformation campaign.Please find attached a guide from FBI on how to respond when you are the target

A Narrative of Genocide

Ukraine Analysis #26 12/10/22 By Jeffrey Owens Dedicated to the Ukrainian Cultural Association of Ohio Tears welled up in Eugenia Mazurenko ‘s eyes from her seat

Upcoming Events

NEW COURSE: In 2024-25, Ohio State’s Slavic and East European Languages and Cultures department will offer FIRST YEAR UKRAINIAN LANGUAGE, taught by Mykyta Tyshchenko. The autumn course will run under the number Slavic 5194, TWRF from 4:10-5:05 PM in Hagerty Hall 062. Register for class number 36265 or 36264. In spring we should have Ukrainian 1102 (the second semester) already approved as an official course in the catalogue and available to continue your studies!For those not currently enrolled as a student at OSU, here are some options for how to take part in these courses:> High school students can enroll through the College Credit Plus program—they’ll need to get in touch with their school administration to get started. It is supposed to be free to the student and their family.> Community members over 60 can enroll in classes through Program 60—in language classes in general at Ohio State, there are often older people (re)learning a heritage language. Information on that can be found here: Tuition is free for Program 60, but there may be some small administrative fees.> Anyone can sign up for classes as a non-degree student through Extended Education, though it has a cost associated with it, unlike the other programs: Ohio State (and I believe Wexner Medical Center) employees and some of their family members may qualify for tuition assistance as an employment benefit—information can be found on HR’s website. ... See MoreSee Less
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It was important for us to be in DC to advocate for aid for Ukraine. CALL YOUR CONGRESS REPRESENTATIVES TODAY! #UkraineWillWin #helpukraine #StandWithUkraine ... See MoreSee Less
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UCAO representing Columbus Ohio at the Rally for Ukraine in Washington DC! Through snow and sleet we made our way to join Ukrainians and our allies from all over the US. (Special shout out to our new Afghanistani friend who also wanted to show his support at the Washington Monument!)Hey, US Congress! Send aid immediately! Now is not the time to dither, now is the time to double down and help Ukrainians demonstrate exactly how freedom, sovereignty, democracy, and human rights are the future for humanity. And a reminder to all of us living here in the US: call your representatives! Here’s the link with all the information that you need (link in bio for insta): ... See MoreSee Less
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Ukrainian Cultural Association of Ohio