First Year Advising Center

The First-Year Advising Center is a vital resource for all first year students at Oakland. The Center helps students succeed by providing academic advising services, career counseling, and major exploration services.

121 North Foundation Hall
248-370-3227

Orientation & New Student Programs

Orientation and New Student Programs provides orientation, special courses, workshops and informative newsletters to new students and parents.

105 North Foundation Hall
248-370-GOLD

Office for Student Involvement

The Office for Student Involvement encourages student activity, involvement, leadership, and volunteering. OSI provides a forum for students to become active participants in the Oakland University community.

49 Oakland Center
(248) 370-2400

University Housing

University Housing is the best way to fully experience college life. Oakland's on-campus experience offers students convenience, a sense of community, lasting friendships and many opportunities for involvement in student life.

448 Hamlin Hall
(248) 370-3570

University Recreation and Well-Being

University Recreation and Well-Being (URW) provides opportunities for students to maintain healthy lifestyles. Included in tuition is access to the Recreation Center which boasts a 3-Court Gym, Fitness Center, and Aquatic Center among other amenities. URW also offers a variety of programming including Group Exercise, Intramural Sports, and Club Sports.

Recreation Center
(248) 370-4REC

Oakland Center

The Oakland Center (OC) is the student center on campus. The OC includes social areas, the university book store, conference rooms, a student game room, and several dining options.

Oakland Center
(248) 370-3245

University Recreation and Well-Being

University Recreation and Well-Being (URW) provides opportunities for students to maintain healthy lifestyles. Included in tuition is access to the Recreation Center which boasts a 3-Court Gym, Fitness Center, and Aquatic Center among other amenities. URW also offers a variety of programming including Group Exercise, Intramural Sports, and Club Sports.

Recreation Center
(248) 370-4REC

Graham Health Center

The Graham Health Center provides convenient, affordable, high quality health care right on campus.

Graham Health & Counseling Center
(248) 370-2341

OU Counseling Center

The OU Counseling Center provides on campus counseling and other mental health services including substance abuse prevention and crisis intervention.

Graham Health & Counseling Center
(248) 370-2341

Student Technology Center

The Student Technology Center (STC) is the headquarters for the promotion, instruction, and support of technology literacy. At the STC computer lab, students can receive one-on-one mentoring, rent cutting edge equipment, and use high end computers.

44 Oakland Center
(248) 370-4TEC

The Tutoring Center

The Tutoring Center offers a variety of services and programs to help students become independent learners and achieve their best academically. Services include tutoring, Supplemental Instruction, self-paced instructional materials, undergraduate readmissions, and much more.

103 North Foundation Hall
(248) 370-4215

First Year Advising Center

The First-Year Advising Center is a vital resource for all first year students at Oakland. The Center helps students succeed by providing academic advising services, career counseling, and major exploration services.

121 North Foundation Hall
248-370-3227

Career Services

Career Services prepares students and alumni to attain lifelong career success as they make career decisions, develop job search strategies, pursue experiential opportunities, and secure employment.

154 North Foundation Hall
(248) 370-3250

Center for Multicultural Initiatives

The Center for Multicultural Initiatives advances Oakland University’s commitment to diversity by increasing the recruitment, retention, and graduation of a culturally diverse student body.

104 North Foundation Hall
(248) 370-4404

University Housing

University Housing is the best way to fully experience college life. Oakland's on-campus experience offers students convenience, a sense of community, lasting friendships and many opportunities for involvement in student life.

448 Hamlin Hall
(248) 370-3570

Office for Student Involvement

The Office for Student Involvement encourages student activity, involvement, leadership, and volunteering. OSI provides a forum for students to become active participants in the Oakland University community.

49 Oakland Center
(248) 370-2400

Oakland Center

The Oakland Center (OC) is the student center on campus. The OC includes social areas, the university book store, conference rooms, a student game room, and several dining options.

Oakland Center
(248) 370-3245

Project Upward Bound

The Project Upward Bound College Prep Academy provides academic, social, cultural, and career enrichment to help prepare students to succeed in higher education.

261 South Foundation Hall
(248) 370-3218

Pre-College Programs

The Department of Pre-College Programs provides programs to middle school and high school students in the metropolitan area. The office provides academic, social, career and cultural enrichment to these students.

106 North Foundation Hall
(248) 370-4455

Gender and Sexuality Center

The Gender and Sexuality Center is dedicated to providing services and education on issues of gender and sexuality for the Oakland University community through resources, referrals, programs and advocacy.

49 Oakland Center
(248) 370-4333

Office of the Dean of Students

The Dean of Students Office performs a number of university-wide functions that promote and u old the campus values of civility, personal integrity and academic excellence. The Dean of Students Office helps create an educationally supportive environment and protects the well-being of the campus community.ription

144 Oakland Centeration
(248) 370-3352

Veterans Support Services

The Veterans Support Services office provides guidance to current and prospective students regarding admission to Oakland University, using veteran benefits including the GI Bill and vocational rehabilitation, and transitioning to college life.

103A North Foundation Hall
(248) 370-2010

Disability Support Services

The Office of Disability Support Services seeks to ensure that all students with disabilities participate fully in university life. We raise awareness in the university community and provide and coordinate services and programs so that students with disabilities can maximize their educational potential.

103 North Foundation Hall
(248) 370-3266

Career Services

Career Services prepares students and alumni to attain lifelong career success as they make career decisions, develop job search strategies, pursue experiential opportunities, and secure employment.

154 North Foundation Hall
(248) 370-3250

Pre-College Programs

The Department of Pre-College Programs provides programs to middle school and high school students in the metropolitan area. The office provides academic, social, career and cultural enrichment to these students.

106 North Foundation Hall
(248) 370-4455

Center for Multicultural Initiatives

The Center for Multicultural Initiatives advances Oakland University’s commitment to diversity by increasing the recruitment, retention, and graduation of a culturally diverse student body.

104 North Foundation Hall
(248) 370-4404

Gender and Sexuality Center

The Gender and Sexuality Center is dedicated to providing services and education on issues of gender and sexuality for the Oakland University community through resources, referrals, programs and advocacy.

49 Oakland Center
(248) 370-4333

ID Card Office

The GrizzCard is the official picture identification card of Oakland University. Think of it as your passport to OU. Whether you are grabbing a bite to eat, checking out a library book, going to the Rec Center or cheering on the Golden Grizzlies, your GrizzCard makes it happen.

129 Oakland Center
(248) 370-2291