Oakland University's Division of Outreach
provides leadership for academic outreach administration; guiding and overseeing the development of off-campus programs and support for students, corporations and the community. The staff and faculty associated with the outreach office are committed to serving the state of Michigan by collaborating with community and educational leaders to provide academic programs and continuing education.
With three convenient locations, the award-winning M2O program, and a continued commitment to expanding access to higher education, Macomb County residents have the opportunity to complete instruction for their Oakland University bachelor's, master's or doctorate degree right where they live or work.
Community College Joint Admission Partnerships
Oakland University's community college joint admission partnerships offer a unique and innovative approach to bachelor degree completion. By strengthening collaboration with community college partners, Oakland University is able to provide students with increased access to higher education, expanded student services and resources, and flexible course scheduling. Best of all OU's community college joint admission partnerships help to ease the burden of rising college costs; some students are able to save up to $14,000 on the cost of their OU bachelor degree.
The Division of Outreach proudly supports its community through involvement in local chamber of commerce events and support community service organizations. In addition OU-Macomb student organizations support local school districts and community service organizations.