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Alumni Engagement

John Dodge House
507 Golf View Lane
Rochester, MI 48309-4488
(location map)
(248) 364-6130
ouaa@oakland.edu

Alumni Engagement

John Dodge House
507 Golf View Lane
Rochester, MI 48309-4488
(location map)
(248) 364-6130
ouaa@oakland.edu

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Alumni Volunteer Opportunities

Get involved at OU! Check out the volunteer opportunities below offered through the office of alumni engagement or contact our office for more information at OUAA@oakland.edu or (248) 364-6130.

If you are interested in learning more about the many volunteer opportunities across campus, please click here.

Black Alumni Chapter

The Oakland University Alumni Association (OUAA) Black Alumni Chapter is an unincorporated, non-profit, volunteer-based chapter of the Oakland University Alumni Association. It exists to enrich and engage the lives of African American alumni, students and friends to promote Oakland University and foster a culture that advances diversity, equity and inclusion. More information.

Young Alumni Chapter

The Oakland University Alumni Association (OUAA) Young Alumni Chapter is an unincorporated, non-profit, volunteer-based chapter of the Oakland University Alumni Association. It exists to inspire young alumni to be lifelong Golden Grizzlies through OU pride, active engagement, community involvement and recognition activities. More information. 

OUAA Board of Directors

The Oakland University Alumni Association (OUAA) Board of Directors exists to enrich and engage the lives of alumni, students and friends to promote and advance Oakland University. This volunteer advisory board helps shape the future of alumni engagement at OU and strives to be representative of the entire Oakland alumni population. The board provides counsel and advice to the Office of Alumni Engagement and the University Advancement division, as well as the President and other members of university leadership. More information.

Leadership OU

Established in 2013, Leadership OU provides leadership, mentoring, and networking opportunities for undergraduate students by connecting them to successful OU alumni through two main methods -- an exclusive series of alumni speakers and a formal mentorship program. Participants are part of a cohort experience spanning an eight month period from September to April. Upon successful completion of the Leadership OU program requirements, students receive a diploma frame. Watch the Leadership OU video to learn more. More information.