Oakland Community College

Auburn Hills Campus

2900 Featherstone Road, Auburn Hills, MI 48326-2845, (248) 232-4100

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The Auburn Hills Campus is located on a 170-acre site near the intersection of 1-75 and M-59 in the heart of Oakland County’s “Automation Alley,” adjacent to the Oakland Technology Park and Chrysler World Headquarters. The campus serves a growing corporate and residential community that includes Auburn Hills, Bloomfield Hills, Lake Orion, Pontiac, Rochester, Rochester Hills and Troy. It is conveniently located for residents of northern and central Oakland County. Auburn Hills’ comprehensive array of educational offerings includes liberal arts and sciences, public services, workforce preparation and a variety of technology-related programs.

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Two technology-based centers are located on the campus – the Advanced Technology Center and the Michigan Technical Education Center (M-TECSM). In these facilities the Economic and Workforce Development (EWD) program works cooperatively with business and industry to offer programs in Computer-Aided Design and Drafting/Manufacturing (CAD/CAM), Robotics, Advanced Manufacturing Technologies and Information Systems and Technologies.

The campus serves as a center for Emergency Services Training Programs including Emergency Medical Services (EMS), Fire Fighting and Police training. The Oakland Police and Fire Academies at the campus offer extensive basic, advanced and command-level training. The Combined Regional Emergency Services Training Center (CREST) meets the needs of law enforcement, fire and EMT departments throughout the region by offering uniquely integrated educational experiences and real-life scenario training.

Apprenticeship programs in a variety of areas offer skill-related education and training opportunities to employees in local businesses and industries. The campus works closely with local school districts through P20 articulations and the School-to-Registered-Apprentice programs to provide local industry with skilled and qualified workers.