The Honors College
Join a community of students who are outstanding in every way. Students of the Honors College are holders of prestigious scholarships. They are researchers, creative practitioners and civic trailblazers of the highest order. They are distinguished leaders in their respective fields. They seek to achieve greatness.
The Honors College Supporting Your Success
OU Presidential Scholars Tutoring
Seeking some tutoring assistance?
Seeking help with an assignment or with preparing for an exam?
Are you an OU student or a student in one of our local high schools?
The Presidential Scholars in The Honors College at Oakland University are offering free tutoring (which will be conducted online, via Google "Meet") during the COVID-19 pandemic. High school students and OU undergraduates are equally welcome!
The Presidential Scholar Medallion Program, based in The Honors College at Oakland University, is a program for high achieving students who also undertake service in the university and in the community. These are students in the top 2% of undergraduates nationally, supported by The Honors College.
Please send us some information about yourself and your tutoring needs, by filling out this and we will match you up with the appropriate online tutor.
This program will continue (in the first instance) from late March 金殿棋牌 through to the end of June 金殿棋牌
Also, to stimulate ideas or spend some time between studying or exams, why not visit one of these many online now available for free!
**The Honors College (HC) offers countless benefits, like individual advising, priority housing options, and research and study abroad opportunities.
We are proud to offer the HC experience for all students, to complement all majors on campus.
Introducing the Frances M. Moceri Scholar House: Junior and senior students of The Honors College, selected to live in the Frances M. Moceri Scholar House as Moceri Scholars, embrace empathy, collaboration, mentorship and vision as significant leadership and success-making qualities, bringing these qualities to their own lives, to the Oakland University community at large and to the world around them.