Now that you’ve begun to settle into the new semester, there are a number of campus resources available to help you thrive throughout the academic year.
Located in North Hall 204, the Student Success Center provides minority and disability services in addition to academic advising referrals, financial aid and scholarship information, minority student organization information and tutoring referrals.
For guidance in selecting the courses that will achieve your degree goals or for enrollment, academic counselors in Advisement Services are there to provide information about financial aid and scholarships or to help you with any questions or concerns. The office is in North Hall 130.
Staying healthy and fit is important for doing your best in your coursework. The Wellness Center offers a variety of fitness classes and exercise equipment to make sure you’re on track physically. Fitness classes are taught in the Fitness Studio in North Hall 117. To view the class schedule, visit the Fitness Studio website.
In partnership with Tulsa Community College, intramural sports also are a part of the wellness center’s activities and include football, basketball and soccer. To register for a league, visit the Intramural Sports website.
All current students, faculty and staff are eligible for a free membership. To active your wellness center membership, complete the enrollment form, visit the Wellness Center in North Hall 116 or call 918-594-8147.
The OSU-Tulsa Library provides computers, copy machines, group study rooms, reference materials and individual research consultations. Experienced staff are available to assist students and faculty with research. A variety of technology also is available for checkout at the library, including Macbooks, Go Pro cameras, chargers, a/v equipment and more. The library is located in the Main Hall Commons.
Planning for your career begins in college and Career Services provides career assessment, resume and cover letter development, job search strategies, mock interviews and other resources. Every semester, Career Services organizes a Career Fair to give students an opportunity to connect with potential employers, Career Services is in North Hall 130.
The OSU-Tulsa Police Department is dedicated to providing a safe environment throughout the campus and in the surrounding community. The department operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
The best way to contact the police department in case of emergency is through Cowboy Guardian, a smartphone safety app for OSU-Tulsa students, faculty and staff. Users may activate a safety timer and benefit from the GPS location service for police while on campus. In addition, the service has an emergency call button that puts users directly in touch with an emergency dispatcher. The police department is located in the Main Hall Commons.
If you need help with anxiety, depression, family issues or academic concerns, the OSU-Tulsa Counseling Center offers therapy services for individuals, families and couples. The first five sessions for students, faculty and staff are free and subsequent sessions are $10 each. The Counseling Center is located in Main Hall 2419. Call 918-594-8568 for an appointment.