Oakland University: Oakland County College Connections

Oakland University (OU), located in the cities of Auburn Hills and Rochester Hills, offers its students 270 degree and certificate programs. Known as a student-centered, doctoral research institution with a global perspective, OU has plenty to extend to its over 20,000 enrolled scholars. When students aren’t busy conducting research, gaining global perspectives, competing in Division I athletics – Go Golden Grizzlies!, leading student organizations, or performing on stage, there’s a sprawling campus, spanning two thriving cities to enjoy.

Take a look at our video and tour the gorgeous campus and architecture yourself.

The nature-rich, 1,443-acre campus offers arts and entertainment, concerts, entrepreneurial services, recreation, and its own police department. This past June, the National Council for Home Safety and Security ranked OU as the third safest university campus in the whole nation.

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As an added bonus, historic Meadow Brook Hall is situated on the grounds of OU and offers tours of the lavish estate and its gardens all year-long. With shopping, restaurants, parks, and trails nearby in Downtown Rochester and neighboring towns, there’s no shortage of events and activities for students to explore and delight in.

For more information, visit Oakland University’s website and stay connected with them on FacebookTwitterInstagramSnapchat, and YouTube using #ThisIsOU. Follow along with OU Athletics using #WEARtheBEAR or visit their website.


For the latest Oakland County news and events, visit our website and follow along with us on FacebookTwitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn using #OaklandCounty. 

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