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Oakland University (OU) is a public university located in the cities of Auburn Hills and Rochester Hills, Michigan, situated on a 1,443-acre (5.84 km2) campus.
Oakland University (OU) has six unique residence halls located in the heart of campus. That means everything you need -- classrooms, labs, the Rec Center, food and Kresge Library -- are all within a 10-minute walk.
Living in the residence halls provides the ultimate college experience: growing and learning with like-minded students in a fun, yet safe, environment.
Hamlin is a nine-story, twin-towered, freshman hall that features:
Vandenberg is a seven-story, twin-towered, upperclassman hall that features:
Hill is a six-story, freshman hall that features:
Van Wagoner is a six-story, freshman building that features:
Fitzgerald is a two-story, upperclassman building that features:
Oak View is a six-storied, freshman (Honors College freshman only) and upperclassman hall that features: