Spirit-fueled scholarships open to students this fall
Two recently established scholarships – one honoring the memory of a former Golden Grizzlies Band member, and the other created by past members of the Grizz Gang, are now open for students to apply.
Student represents Oakland University at College Debate 2016
Jana Al-Jarrah, a political science major at Oakland University, has just returned from participating as a Michigan delegate at the College Debate 2016 in California.
Newly launched career tool helps students find their future
Whether you know exactly what you want to do after graduation or are in the beginning stages of deciding, this tool will help you explore all of OU’s 130 undergraduate majors, including degree plans, sample job titles and salary outlooks for each one. Plan ahead so you will be ready to dive into life after graduation.
Honors College welcomes record number of freshmen
This year’s crop of Honors College freshmen – more than 400 students – is 30 percent larger than last year’s incoming class. The group also boasts 160 Presidential Scholars – students who achieved at least a 3.9 GPA and an ACT score of 31 or above while in high school – a 25 percent increase over last year.
Professional development program connects students and employers
Matthew Karrandja CAS ’97 helped Management student Erica Shantz launch her career after meeting her at an ACHIEVE networking event.
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