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OUP recognizes the increasing role that electronic outlets, such as the Internet, play in the dissemination of information on collaborative efforts between our grantees and their communities.

We, therefore, encourage visitors to link to our website, www.oup.org. This link will provide your visitors with access to all OUP happenings, including funding opportunities, conferences, success stories, publications, newsletters, and other major OUP announcements.

Additionally, we encourage visitors who have linked to our website to submit their website URLs for addition to our OUP-Relevant Links section. Submissions can be directed to kwhite@oup.org.

OUP Link Banners

If you would like to receive a graphic banner to place on your website, as a means of directing your constituents to the OUP website, please send an email to kwhite@oup.org. Once your request has been approved, we will send you a selection of banners that you can use on your website.

We also encourage you to select one of the following text descriptions, as a means of letting your Web visitors know what OUP does and how they could benefit from learning more about us:

Text to Describe OUP.org

Short Version: OUP.org is the official Web portal for the Office of University Partnerships, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development's annual grant efforts to encourage and expand partnerships formed between colleges and universities and their communities as well as enhance opportunities for doctoral students who are pursuing housing and urban development-related degrees.

Long Version: OUP.org is the official Web portal for the Office of University Partnerships, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development's effort to encourage and expand the growing number of partnerships formed between colleges and universities and their communities. OUP recognizes the crucial role these collaborations and partnerships play in addressing local problems and revitalizing our nation's communities. OUP strives to support and increase these collaborative efforts through grants, interactive conferences, and research. OUP funds and/or manages eight different grant programs, including programs that support minority-serving institutions such as our Alaska Native/Native Hawaiian Institutions Assisting Communties, Hispanic-Serving Institutions Assisting Communities, Historically Black Colleges and Universities, and Tribal Colleges and Universities programs. We also offer grant opportunities to doctoral students studying to become part of the housing and urban development research field.

 


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