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Advancement & Development
Welcome to the Division of Advancement and Development. The generous support of Oakwood’s alumni and friends is vital to the success of the only Adventist historically Black University in North America. Advancement and Development seeks to enhance the well-being of the University through fund-raising, receipt of gifts, applications for grants and contracts, and establishment of scholarships.
Funds garnered through Advancement and Development make possible improvements to the University’s infrastructure in the form of new construction, acquisition and renovation of facilities, and campus beautification. The department also raises funds for UNCF (United Negro College Fund), of which Oakwood is a member institution, through the annual UNCF Gala and the Golf Tournament for Scholarships.
OU Alabama License Plate
Show your Oakwood Pride with your Collegiate License Plate
and Support Scholarships for Students from Alabama
It’s easy to purchase your Oakwood license plate: just visit your nearest Alabama DMV office.
When you buy an Oakwood license plate, in addition to your regular annual registration fee, there is an additional annual fee of approximately $50, most of which will be donated to Alabama student scholarships at OU. This can be claimed as a charitable contribution to scholarships for students from Alabama (Section 32-6-156, Code of Alabama 1975).
You have the option of keeping the same expiration date as the plate being replaced, or beginning the Oakwood plate with a full year’s registration.
Contact your local Alabama Department of Motor Vehicles for more information.
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Cheri Wilson, Executive Director
Advancement & Development
Phone: (256) 726-7201
Fax: (256) 726-7337