COVID-19: LATEST UPDATES
Oakland University is committed to taking all measures within its power to protect those on our campus from this public health threat.
OU establishes TEAM: The Engagement And Mobilization group to support community
The group is supporting delivery of services to those in need of health care, food, housing and social support, among other immediate needs.
Face-to-face instruction suspended through April 25th
A update from Oakland University President Ora Hirsch Pescovitz.
OU launches 'Strive For 45' advocacy campaign
In an inspirational appeal to galvanize support for the state’s public university students, Oakland University President Ora Hirsch Pescovitz unveiled “Strive for 45: Invest in Student Success.”
Mindfulness: a mental health tool for challenging times
Practicing mindfulness has many research-backed benefits, including reducing stress and emotional reactivity, while boosting focus and working memory.
OU Responds: Standing Strong to Help our Community
The COVID-19 pandemic has been a challenge around the globe and close to home. At Oakland University, we are doing everything we can to ensure the safety of students, faculty and staff. We are also working tirelessly to extend resources that can help our community.
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