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Business Administration

Doing big things with small business

Microbusiness competition winners to develop, implement business plan with the OU INC this winter
Students pitch ideas for providing meaningful employment for individuals with autism Read more about all of OU's business programs

Education & Human Services

Long Time Coming

Retirement brings next chapter, more education, for SEHS grad
Robert Berridge fulfills calling to become a counselor after a 35-year teaching career. Explore degree programs in the School of Education and Human Services

Engineering & Computer Science

Explore OU's Programs

Prospective students invited to learn about academics and research in Engineering and Computer Science
Sign up to learn more about OU on Jan. 31 See all of OU's engineering and computer science programs

Health Sciences

Knowing next steps

Students, staff and faculty train to be gatekeepers for individuals showing warning signs of suicide
Suicide IS preventable — know the signs so you can help those in need Learn more about Grizzlies Response: Awareness and Suicide Prevention (GRASP) Learn about OU's programs in the School of Health Sciences

School of Medicine

Introducing students to the air medical field

Students receive a hands-on tour of the Beaumont One air medical transportation helicopter
The group met flight nurses and flight paramedics who demonstrated how they manage the care of critically ill patients at more than 140 mph Learn about the Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine

Nursing

Teaching Preparedness

Nursing students bring emergency preparedness awareness to Macomb County fifth graders
The partnership with the Macomb County Health Department is part of the nursing program’s teaching initiative Learn about all of OU's nursing programs

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2014 sets the standard for years to come. Reflect on OU's milestones in this interactive year in review.

Daily campus tours explore academic buildings, residence halls, hangouts and OU history.

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More than 260 undergraduate, graduate and certificate programs.

Infographic shows what OU's 100,000 alumni have studied and where they now live and work.

This is OU

In the words of Andrew Carnegie, Matilda Dodge Wilson donated her estate in 1957 to provide “ladders upon which the aspiring can rise,” establishing what is now Oakland University. OU shares its 1,443 acres in Rochester, Michigan, with the National Historic Landmark that our founder called home. OU delivers more than 260 degree and certificate programs to 20,519 students who will join a network of nearly 100,000 alumni.

20,519
enrolled students for fall 2014
139
bachelor's degree programs
125
doctoral, master's degree and certificate programs
19
percent increase in overall enrollment growth over the past decade
100k
nearly 100,000 alumni
40+
countries in which to study abroad
5%
Honors College students graduate in the top 5% of the nation
2,500+
students living on campus
300
employers attend OU career fairs annually
110
rooms in the 88,000-square-foot Meadow Brook Hall
100+
Music, Theatre and Dance performances each year
496
international students study at Oakland University
21:1
student to faculty ratio
$150 million
in financial assistance awarded to students
58k
58,000 square feet of campus devoted to research
1,443
acres of wooded hills and meadow make up OU's main campus
93
percent of faculty hold doctoral degrees
23
incoming freshmen average ACT score
3.4
incoming freshmen average GPA
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