Are you planning for your future? Opportunity abounds for higher education in Oakland County. Scholars have several options to choose from with various universities, skilled trade schools, degree programs, and career and specialty schools nearby. Take a look at our GIS College Connections story map and learn about the exciting options that are available to you right here in Oakland County. Click on a college or school that interests you to learn more about what they have to offer.
The Oakland County College Connections story map can be a great resource for your decision-making process.
Whether you’re looking to acquire a new skilled trade, earn a bachelor’s or master’s degree, or obtain new career skills, the possibilities for higher education in Oakland County are almost endless. It’s time to apply – your future is now!
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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.
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Oakland University, located in both Auburn Hills and Rochester Hills, is known as a student-centered, doctoral research institution with a global perspective. With a list of academic options that’s constantly growing, they currently offer more than 130 undergraduate degrees and more than 135 graduate degree and certificate programs. Oakland University has plenty to offer its over 20,000 currently enrolled students. When they aren’t busy conducting research, gaining global perspectives, competing in Division I athletics, leading student organizations, or performing on stage, there’s a sprawling campus to enjoy. Continue reading