Join fellow students and alumni for a night of Detroit Tigers baseball at the annual OU Night at Comerica Park!

Each ticket package includes:
Game ticket
Oakland University and Detroit Tigers limited edition hat
Opportunity to enter OU social media contest for a chance to win OU swag
A donation to the Oakland University Alumni Association Scholarship fund for students

The first 500 people to arrive at the pregame tailgate will get an Oakland 
University shirt provided by the Oakland University Bookstore.

To receive your limited edition hat, your game ticket can be scanned at the redemption station near the party decks located behind sections 212 and 214 at the alumni tailgate.

OU Night at Comerica Park Social Media Contest
The first 10 students or alumni to email with their t-shirt size, picture with their ticket, name, major and graduation year, will win one Oakland University t-shirt in their size and a Golden Grizzlies water bottle. Prizes must be collected on campus. For more information, contact

Alumni Tailgate Event
Alumni and friends are invited to a pre-game buffet tailgate inside Comerica Park. Click here for more information and to register. Pre-game tailgate is NOT included with game ticket package.

Shuttle Bus
For those interested in a ride to and from OU to Detroit, individuals may sign up for the shuttle bus here. For more information, contact or call (248) 364-6130.

About Oakland University

Explore an academic and social environment unlike any other. Where opportunity soars and over-achievers thrive. Where dreamers become leaders, and the dedicated become empowered. Welcome to Oakland University, where the aspiring can rise.

A doctoral, research intensive university, OU offers more than 130 bachelor's degrees and 125 graduate and certificate programs. More than 19,000 students just like you shine with opportunities to conduct research, study abroad, compete in Division I athletics, lead student orgs, perform on the stage, land internships, and learn without limits.

Bachelor's Degree Programs
Acres of wooded hills and meadows make up OU's main campus
Percent of faculty hold doctoral degrees