Oakland Community College has multi campus system conveniently located throughout Oakland County. Each campus offers state-of-the art amenities, academic support services and unique programming that enhance the student experience. Request a tour.

General Campus Hours:
Individual campus hours subject to change. Please call campus Pubic Safety Office to confirm hours.

  • 8:30am - 10pm Monday - Thursday
  • 8:30am - 6pm Friday
  • Campuses closed Saturday and Sunday


Auburn Hills Campus

Auburn Hills Campus
2900 Featherstone Rd.
Auburn Hills, MI 48326-2845
Main number: 248.232.4100  (Operator available until 5pm, M-F)
Public Safety: 248.232.4599
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Highland Lakes Campus

Highland Lakes Campus
7350 Cooley Lake Rd.
Waterford, MI 48327-4187
Main number: 248.942.3100  (Operator available until 5pm, M-F)
Public Safety: 248.942.3399
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Orchard Ridge Campus

Orchard Ridge Campus
27055 Orchard Lake Rd.
Farmington Hills, MI 48334-4556
Main number: 248.522.3400  (Operator available until 5pm, M-F)
Public Safety: 248.522.3999
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Royal Oak Campus

Royal Oak Campus
739 S. Washington Ave.
Royal Oak, MI 48067-3898
Main number: 248.246.2400  (Operator available until 5pm, M-F)
Public Safety: 248.246.2699
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Southfield Campus

Southfield Campus
22322 Rutland Dr.
Southfield, MI 48075-4793
Main number: 248.233.2700  (Operator available until 5pm, M-F)
Public Safety: 248.233.2999
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District Office, 2480 Opdyke Rd., Bloomfield Hills, MI 48304-2266, 248.341.2000  (Operator available until 5pm, M-F)

Campuses and Sites of Oakland Community College

Oakland Community College is composed of campus sites conveniently situated to serve all geographical areas of Oakland County. It operates at two additional locations to assist in the conduct of College operations.

The core of all instruction and learning activities is on the campuses. Each campus is proud of the range of programs, personal services, community events and laboratory facilities that are available to all students. At the heart of each campus is a dedicated faculty and staff, eager to provide a meaningful college experience.

All campuses have:

  • Academic Support Centers (ASC) provide individual tutoring and other assistance for those students seeking reinforcement in academic areas.
  • Accessibility Compliance Center and Educational Support (ACCESS) provides accommodations for students with written documentation of a disability and tutoring services for  eligible students with a faculty referral.
  • Accuplacer Placement - All new students whose native language is English must take the Accuplacer Placement Testing in order to take courses at Oakland Community College.
  • ALEKS Math Placement - Students wishing to take a math course at OCC will take the ALEKS Math Placement.  This test is used to place you into the appropriate math course.
  • Athletics and Intramurals for all students who wish to engage in competitive sports. Check individual campuses for availability of specific offerings.
  • Computer labs that contain up-to-date hardware along with training in a variety of relevant software packages. Networked labs with Internet access enable students to conduct research, access databases and write papers within the classroom.
  • Courses and programs that transfer to many four-year colleges and universities.
  • Degrees in Applied Sciences, Business Administration, General Studies, Liberal Arts, as well as Sciences.
  • Developmental Education designed to prepare students to be able to read, write, think and problem-solve at the level appropriate for college success.
  • Enrollment Services and Business Offices to better serve students. These offices allow common OCC admittance, registration, tuition payment and financial aid assistance from any location.
  • Evening and Weekend Classes to accommodate working students.
  • Financial Assistance designed to provide qualified students with funds that enable them to pursue educational goals.
  • Free Wireless Internet Access in student gathering areas and select classrooms. Additional coverage areas were added in the spring/summer of 2012.
  • Librariesthat link students to extensive resources throughout the library network to support the College's diverse academic programs. All libraries feature Internet access and combined online public access to resources.
  • Michigan Test of English Language Proficiency (MTELP) for students whose primary language is not English.
  • Professional Counselors to coordinate a guidance program and ensure student academic, vocational and social success.
  • Student Organizations and extracurricular activities to meet diverse student needs.