The list of academic options at Oakland University is constantly
growing. OU currently offers more than 120 undergraduate degrees
and more than 120 graduate and certificate options. Students have
the opportunity to participate in high-level research as early as
their freshman year.
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More than 200 active student organizations take learning to a new level,
while student service offices are here to help you succeed.
Over 100,000 alumni proudly call OU their alma mater. Upon graduation, you will
automatically be welcomed as a member of Oakland University's very active Alumni
Association. Alumni stay connected through networking, volunteering and mentorship
Nearly half a million people visit campus each year to explore OU's cultural icons,
such as the home to OU's founder, our very own National Historic Landmark. Be
inspired by guest speakers from around the world, or awed by artwork, student,
faculty and guest performances.
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The Grizzlies' growing Division I athletics program is a member of the Horizon
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dozens of club and intramural sports, or playing recreational games of disc or
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Glenn McIntosh, Interim Vice President for Student Affairs and Enrollment Management at Oakland University, has been chosen as one of the Michigan Chronicle’s 2014 Men of Excellence.
“Glenn is an inspiration to all of our students through his leadership and dedication to the University,” said OU Interim President Betty J. Youngblood. “I am very pleased to see him recognized with this honor for his personal success and for his service to the community.”
The Men of Excellence Awards celebrates local African-American men who inspire others through vision and leadership, exceptional achievements and participation in community service.
McIntosh was nominated by the Michigan Chronicle’s readers and selected as a winner from among hundreds of nominees.
“I was both surprised and honored when I received a letter from the Michigan Chronicle publisher Hiram E. Jackson telling me I was going to be part of their 2014 Men of Excellence group,” McIntosh said of the honor.
The Men of Excellence award ceremony is scheduled for Friday, June 13 at the MGM Grand Detroit. In addition, the Michigan Chronicle will publish a special commemorative tabloid insert showcasing the winners’ accomplishments.