OU-Tulsa offers some wonderful resources for students, and we want to make sure YOU know about all of them. We want you to take advantage of these opportunities. Below is a list of things we think are pertinent to you as you obtain your degree here.

 

 

 

  • Health Services and Insurance - OU-Tulsa students pay a student health fee each semester, which entitles them to Student Health services. These services include some immunizations, acute care visits, chronic illness management, routine health care, limited labs and x-rays. For more information, click here.
  • Counseling - When pursuing a professional career, OU students and residents can sometimes feel overwhelmed with academic demands, personal responsibilities, social conflicts, and emotional distress. To improve the quality of students’ lives, OU-Tulsa Student Affairs Counseling Services offers psychological services for individuals, couples and groups. For more information and to schedule appointments, click here.
  • Writing Center - OU-Tulsa offers free, confidential writing assistance for currently enrolled students. This includes one-on-one consultations, assignment clarification and research preparation, draft review, APA style questions, and more. For more information, click here. Additionally, the OU-Tulsa Schusterman Center Library has created a webpage with resources specifically for social work students, view it here.
  • Lactation Room - Located in the Learning Center, room 114, the purpose of the lactation room at the University of Oklahoma - Tulsa Schusterman Center is to provide a dedicated comfortable, private, quiet space for nursing mothers to pump their breast milk during their time on campus. This space will be available to nursing mothers who are students, faculty, or staff members at OU-Tulsa. Students must register through OU-Tulsa Student Affairs, room 1C53; faculty and staff should register through Human Resources, room 2C11. For more information, click here.
  • OU-Tulsa Sooner Ally - Sponsored by Student Affairs and the Anne and Henry Zarrow School of Social Work, this training teaches participants about needs of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) students and how to be supportive so that all Sooners can be successful. For more information, click here.
  • Student Professional Development Funds - Each OU-Tulsa student has available to them a mechanism for requesting funds to support individual professional development activities such as not-for-credit conferences, workshops, etc. This mechanism exists within the Professional Development Board of the OU-Tulsa Student Association.In addition, each individual program has access to monies to support program-specific activities both social and professional. For more information and instruction, click here.