Undergraduate Admissions
North Foundation Hall, Room 101
318 Meadow Brook Road
Rochester, MI 48309-4454
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(800) OAK-UNIV
(248) 370-3360
visit@oakland.edu

Office Hours
M-F 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Admitted Students

Admitted Freshmen
Now that you have been accepted, you can download and print the step-by-step  enrollment guide for freshmen to stay on track during the enrollment process (you should also receive one with your acceptance letter). 

Make sure you're ready for your first semester at Oakland University by going over your  New Grizzly checklist. You may have already done some of it during your admissions process, but the checklist will make sure you've covered all your bases.

Please note: if you are admitted for the fall semester you must have your final, official transcript (including date of graduation) sent to Undergraduate Admissions by July 1.

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Admitted Transfer
Now that you have been accepted, you can download and print the step-by-step enrollment guide for transfer students to stay on track during the enrollment process (you should also receive one with your acceptance letter). 

Make sure you're ready for your first semester at Oakland University by going over your  New Grizzly checklist. You may have already done some of it during your admissions process, but the checklist will make sure you've covered all your bases like signing up for orientation, considering your financial options, and registering for classes. 

All transfer students are required to complete both an online and on-campus portion of orientation. Get started at the link below. 


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AdmittedVeterans
Follow these instructions and download the latest checklist for U.S. military veterans  for future reference and more tips and reminders. 
Sign up for orientation
Once admitted to Oakland University, you will be invited to attend orientation.
  • If you have taken military courses but no college or university courses, you are considered a first-year student. Sign up for first-year student orientation
  • If you have taken college or university courses in the past, you are considered a transfer student. Sign up for transfer student orientation
Visit the Veterans Certification Office
Oakland's  veteran certification is done within the Office of the Registrar at 101A O'Dowd Hall ( find on map). In this office, you will: 
  1. Submit your DD-214, Notice of Basic Eligibility (NOBE) or Letter of Eligibility.
  2. Receive four free elective credits. 
  3. Sign up for priority registration (you'll be able to register for classes before open registration). 
  4. Certify to utilize VA education benefits. 
    • Submit plan of study.
    • Transfer GI Bill benefits to Oakland University from previous institutions (if applicable).
  5. Point of contact for students approved for vocational rehabilitation (Chapter 31).
Consider your financial plans
  • Complete the FAFSA online at fafsa.ed.gov to be considered for federal, state and/or need-based financial aid.
  • To maximize your financial aid award package, complete the FAFSA as soon as possible beginning January 1 for the upcoming school year. 
  • Include Oakland University's federal code of 002307 on your FAFSA.

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AdmittedInternational
Now that you have been accepted, you can download and print the step-by-step  enrollment guide for international students to stay on track during the enrollment process (you should also receive one with your acceptance letter). 

International students will be invited to an
  orientation . Find more resources and helpful information for international students on the International Students and Scholars Office  website. 

Click here for a list of frequently asked questions

Review your travel plans: 
  • To travel outside the U.S. before starting your program at Oakland University, you should enter the U.S. on your new I-20 or DS-2019.
  • You do not need to apply for a new visa as long as your current visa is still valid. However, the SEVIS ID Number on the visa must match the SEVIS ID Number on your new I-20 or DS-2019.
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Guest
Follow these instructions and download the latest  enrollment guide for future reference and more tips and reminders. 

1. Activate Your Grizzly ID and NetID Accounts
Once accepted as a guest student at Oakland, you will have to activate your accounts in order to register for classes, pay your bills and receive important notifications about billing.  To activate your Grizzly ID and  your NetID  (your @oakland.edu email) visit oakland.edu/activate.

2. Pick up your GrizzCard from the ID Card Office
Located in the Oakland Center, Room 112 ( find on map). 
 
3. Register for classes (instructions on how to register)
If you receive an error message while registering for a course, contact the academic department that offers it. Some courses may require specific prerequisites. A member of the department staff can verify that you meet the prerequisite and allow you to register. Registration opens for summer, fall and winter semesters in late March/early April. Check the registration schedule for dates. 

4. Pay for your courses
Oakland will send an email to your OU email account when your bill is ready to be viewed and paid online using eBill.  You will need your SAIL ID and PIN to access the eBill system. The eBill home page provides a brief overview of your current account status, recent and past billing statements, recent activity on your student account and available payment plans. Payments can be made online through eBill, in person or by mail. 
 
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Dual Enroll
Follow these instructions and download the latest  enrollment guide for future reference and more tips and reminders. 

1. Activate Your Grizzly ID and NetID Accounts
Once accepted as a guest student at Oakland, you will have to activate your accounts in order to register for classes, pay your bills and receive important notifications about billing.  To activate your Grizzly ID and  your NetID  (your @oakland.edu email) visit oakland.edu/activate.

2. Pick up your GrizzCard from the ID Card Office
Located in the Oakland Center, Room 112 ( find on map). 
 
3. Register for classes (instructions on how to register)
If you receive an error message while registering for a course, contact the academic department that offers it. Some courses may require specific prerequisites. A member of the department staff can verify that you meet the prerequisite and allow you to register. 

4. Pay for your courses
Oakland will send an email to your OU email account when your bill is ready to be viewed and paid online using eBill.  You will need your SAIL ID and PIN to access the eBill system. The eBill home page provides a brief overview of your current account status, recent and past billing statements, recent activity on your student account and available payment plans. Payments can be made online through eBill, in person or by mail. 
 
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AdmittedPost-Undergraduate
Follow these instructions and download the latest enrollment guide  for future reference and more tips and reminders. 

1. Activate Your Grizzly ID and NetID Accounts
Once accepted as a student at Oakland, you will have to activate your accounts in order to register for classes, pay your bills and receive important notifications about billing.  To activate your Grizzly ID and  your NetID  (your @oakland.edu email) visit oakland.edu/activate.

2. Pick up your GrizzCard from the ID Card Office 
located in 112 Oakland Center ( find on map)
 
3. Register for classes (instructions on how to register)If you receive an error message while registering for a course, contact the academic department that offers it. Some courses may require specific prerequisites. A member of the department staff can verify that you meet the prerequisite and allow you to register. 

4. Pay for your courses 
Oakland will send an email to your OU email account when your bill is ready to be viewed and paid online using eBill.  You will need your MySAIL ID and PIN to access the eBill system. The eBill home page provides a brief overview of your current account status, recent and past billing statements, recent activity on your student account and available payment plans. Payments can be made online through eBill, in person or by mail. 
 
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