Undergraduate Admissions
North Foundation Hall, Room 101
318 Meadow Brook Road
Rochester, MI 48309-4454
(800) OAK-UNIV
(248) 370-3360

Office Hours
M-F 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
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Dual Enroll

Dual enroll
Oakland University offers high school students the opportunity to take college classes on campus. This allows high school juniors and seniors who have moved beyond the curriculum available in their school to continue to advance their education.

  • Have a 3.0 minimum high school grade point average
  • Be of junior or senior standing in high school

How to Apply
 To apply to Oakland University, you should:

  • Complete and submit an Oakland University dual enrollment application.
    • Applications and all supporting documentation must be submitted by the following dates:
      • Fall semester — by August 1
      • Winter semester — by December 1
      • Summer I session — by April 1
      • Summer II session — by June 1
  • Ask your high school to send your transcript to Undergraduate Admissions.
  • If your high school is paying for your tuition, you must submit the Dual Enrollment Worksheet from your school to the Oakland University Student Business Services (120 North Foundation Hall, Rochester, MI 48309) before the bill due date.
Admission is for one academic year, beginning with the fall semester, provided that you earn at least a 2.0 in each class taken at Oakland University. Dual-enrolled students may take up to eight credits per semester. 
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Dual Enroll
Follow these instructions and download the latest  enrollment guide for future reference and more tips and reminders. 

1. Activate Your Grizzly ID and NetID Accounts
Once accepted as a guest student at Oakland, you will have to activate your accounts in order to register for classes, pay your bills and receive important notifications about billing.  To activate your Grizzly ID and  your NetID  (your @oakland.edu email) visit oakland.edu/activate.

2. Pick up your GrizzCard from the ID Card Office
Located in the Oakland Center, Room 112 ( find on map). 
3. Register for classes (instructions on how to register)
If you receive an error message while registering for a course, contact the academic department that offers it. Some courses may require specific prerequisites. A member of the department staff can verify that you meet the prerequisite and allow you to register. 

4. Pay for your courses
Oakland will send an email to your OU email account when your bill is ready to be viewed and paid online using eBill.  You will need your SAIL ID and PIN to access the eBill system. The eBill home page provides a brief overview of your current account status, recent and past billing statements, recent activity on your student account and available payment plans. Payments can be made online through eBill, in person or by mail. 
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