Save the Date for Homecoming

Come one, come all to the 2024 Mighty Oaks Homecoming! January 13th 2024 will be the inaugural homecoming event at Oakland City University. The day will consist of crowning of the next Mr. and Mrs. OCU, Hall of Fame induction, Alumni VIP Room, and more. The women tip off at 1PM CST and the men…

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Belltower Brick Update

OCU’s Development Team is hard at work taking on renovations to the Belltower Brick Plaza! The Development Team is excited to announce that a Brick map is coming soon to help locate your brick! The map will be posted on the main campus website.  The project has sold over 450 bricks by many of our…

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Alumni Board Needs Your Help

Alumni Table at Organization Day

As Oakland City University students are back on campus to begin the fall semester, excitement is building. Individuals can see changes to campus, and they may also hear rumblings of changes. Anticipation is building for the inaugural season of the new football team. The need for an unforgettable game day experience is paramount. The game…

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Alum Makes Another Generous Gift to OCU

President Dempsey, Don Wilder, Mary Ann Wilder, T-Ray Fletcher at Tennis Court Groundbreaking Ceremony

Their generosity knows no bounds.  In September of 2022, Dr. Donald, class of 1963, and Mary Ann Wilder made an unprecedented donation to the OCU Tennis program.  Their gift drives the construction of the new Tennis Center on the OCU campus.    President Dempsey, Don Wilder, Mary Ann Wilder, T-Ray Fletcher at Tennis Court Groundbreaking…

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A Letter from New Alumni Board President

Heather Hose

I want to introduce myself as the new OCU Alumni Board President.  As President of the Alumni Association, I am very excited to lead our Alumni in support of our beloved University. I came to OCU as a student in 2005 and graduated with a B. A. and a B.S. in 2010. In 2008, I married…

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Oakland City College and Me – Fifty Years Ago

Carl and Randy

Fifty-year anniversaries of important events in our lives tend to stand out, perhaps because there are still fellow survivors left to share the memories with. This late spring, I celebrated the fiftieth anniversary of my graduation from Oakland City College. To understand the importance of this occasion for me, one must look back at my…

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