It's okay to struggle with mental health.
We've all been there.
The struggle comes with many names: anxiety, depression, suicidal thoughts, stress and more. They can be brought on by the stress of school and daily life, the need to pay bills or afford groceries, health concerns, sexual assault, physical and emotional abuse, or racial oppression, to name a few.
It’s time we treat mental health needs more openly as a society. Let’s Talk About It and make it a normal part of life to get help and heal. Talk with your friends and family, OSU staff and mental health professionals. Let’s start the change.
OSU-Tulsa is a community that cares. There are resources available at OSU-Tulsa and in the Tulsa community that can provide help and guidance for maintaining your mental and physical health.
Become An Advocate
Advocate training opportunities are available for faculty, staff and students to learn more about mental health. In addition to spreading awareness of OSU's mental health resources, advocates can participate in training that teaches how to identify, understand and respond to signs of mental illness, aids in suicide prevention, and builds on the importance of our collective role to support each other.
View advocate training opportunities online on the OSU Wellness Resources website.
Many campus resources are now available virtually. For services that require an appointment, use the contact information below to schedule appointments and learn more about OSU-Tulsa resources.
Need help finding us on campus? View our campus map online.
Support for Victims of Sexual Violence
Student Conduct, the Victim Advocate and the Title IX Coordinator can put in place supportive measures for student victims of sexual harassment and sexual violence as needed.
OSU-Tulsa Victim Advocate
Title IX Coordinator
Veteran support and services
Veteran Success Center located in Main Hall Commons.
There are many free and low-cost health resources available 24-7 for students and members of the Tulsa community. Use the links below to learn more about resources available to you.
These Tulsa-area low-cost clinics are great options for students and members of the community. Use the information below to schedule appointments and learn more about services available and hours of operation.