Some of the McGraw-Page Library's publisher package journal subscriptions include Open Access publishing agreements.
For additional information or assistance in locating an OA journals, contact Laurie Preston, Head of Digital Resources & Scholarship, or your liaison librarian.
The Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ), which the Library helps to support, is a curated directory of high-quality peer-reviewed open access journals that also provides a searchable index of the articles published in the journals. Use this tool to locate an appropriate journal that is either Open Access or is Hybrid, a combination of OA articles and subscription only (traditional publishing) articles.
Also, if you are writing a research grant with an expected outcome of a publication of your research, consider including OA fees as part of your grant request. Many granting agencies will provide OA fees to ensure the broadest dissemination of the research that they have funded.