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Support the Golden Grizzly Award

Created by Oakland University’s most spirit-filled alumni, the Golden Grizzly Spirit Award provides scholarships to OU students with exceptional school spirit. These scholars are the 6th men and women on the court spurring on black and gold victories. Their passion raises energy levels through the roof, turning average patrons into forever Grizzly fans. They embrace the collegiate experience in one of the most meaningful ways. Help us honor their golden grizzly pride and support student success!

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Show Your Spirit

"31 years at Oakland, I live for this picture. Can't tell you how proud I am of our school and these kids," says Greg Kampe, Men's Basketball Head Coach... that's because OU pride is positively contagious, and runs strong. Help us honor the students fueling this energy through scholarship recognition.

Our goal is to provide another $1,000 scholarship award to a spirited student during the 2016/17 academic year. Any additional funds will be used to one day endow the scholarship in perpetuity.

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$1,000 scholarship award for the student embodies Grizzly pride (open to both undergraduate and graduate students), with preference given to students involved with the Grizz Gang, a mainstay at OU basketball games with members stationed in the bleachers – decked out in black and gold.

Your support will help us award another $1,000 scholarship to a student that embodies Grizzly pride!

Why are donations necessary?

No matter the size of your gift, you are making a difference in the lives of our students and their first-class experience as Golden Grizzlies.

Support impacts our student's education by assisting with scholarship costs as they prepare for their careers after Oakland.