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Published: Monday, August 17, 2020

OSU provides personal safety resources for students and staff

Students, faculty and staff are encouraged to download Rave Guardian, a personal safety app.As part of Oklahoma State University’s commitment to campus safety, the OSU Department of Public Safety adopted Rave Guardian in 2019, a free mobile app that turns any smartphone into a personal safety resource. 

Published: Thursday, August 13, 2020

Class options, new technology to keep OSU-Tulsa “S.A.F.E.” in 2020

Face masks and social distancing are integral to the S.A.F.E. Campus reopening plan.

As Oklahoma State University-Tulsa reopens to students for the Fall 2020 semester, keeping students, staff and faculty safe is a top priority.

Published: Wednesday, August 5, 2020

OSU-Tulsa Library adopts new hours and procedures to continue service safely and effectively

The library service desks are shielded with Plexiglas to keep staff, students and faculty safe during close interactions.

The OSU-Tulsa Library is implementing measures to keep people as safe as possible while maintaining access to a variety of resources and services during the Fall 2020 semester.

“While the library has made changes, what hasn't changed is our willingness to help students, faculty and staff find appropriate resources,” OSU-Tulsa Library director Lynn Wallace said. “Whether you’re looking to access research material or a recent best seller, we want to make sure we provide our services in a safe and smart manner.”

TulsaKids Coronavirus Q&A

 

OSU-Tulsa experts teamed up with TulsaKids Magazine to help answer many of the questions Tulsa-area families have surrounding COVID-19 and the measures taken to prevent the spread of the virus. This four-part live video series originally aired on OSU-Tulsa's Facebook page via Facebook Live. 

COVID-19's Impact on Mental Health

 

Published: Friday, January 24, 2020

New classroom door locks enhance safety on campus

Classroom door with new lock

OSU-Tulsa's classroom doors received a safety upgrade over the winter holiday break with new hardware that makes it easier to lock and unlock the doors from inside. The new bolts twist counter-clockwise to engage, and the doors can be opened from within by turning the door handle.

These new locks replace the previous locking system, which was activated by pushing a button on the inside of the door while it was open. The more simple and recognizable design enables classroom occupants to lock the door while it is closed, then open with one movement from the inside.

Published: Friday, December 6, 2019

OSU-Tulsa Police force welcomes first captain

OSU-Tulsa Police Captain Michael Galbraith (left) in his office with Chief Leon Jones

OSU-Tulsa Police's first-ever captain poses for a portrait outside Main Hall.

New expertise coming to OSU-Tulsa Police with the department’s first captain

The new year brings new support to OSU-Tulsa Police as the department’s first police captain begins his service.

Published: Monday, October 28, 2019

Open, permitless carry law doesn’t change OSU policy

Handguns and other weapons prohibited on campus

A new handgun law is set to go into effect Nov. 1, but it will not change the rules at Oklahoma State University-Tulsa that prohibit guns from being carried on campus. This applies to every OSU campus across the state. Weapons can be locked in a vehicle on campus but not carried on campus.

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