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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.

Campus ResourcesFor services that require an appointment, use the contact information below to schedule appointments and learn more about OSU-Tulsa resources.

Al Carlozzi Center for Counseling

Low-cost counseling services


Oklahoma State University students, staff and faculty receive five free sessions.



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Wellness Center

Virtual programming and facilities access by appointment


Email OSU-Tulsa Wellness to make an appointment to use the Wellness Center.




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Campus Cupboard

Food and necessities for students who need them


Email Campus Life to schedule an appointment to pick-up items.




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Campus Safety

University Police, Cowboy Alert System and more.


OSU-Tulsa University Police

Emergency (Available 24/7): 918-594-8123

Non-Emergency: 918-594-8124


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Veteran Success

Veteran support and services


Veteran Success Center located in Main Hall Commons.

Have questions about the space? Contact Campus Life.



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Support for Victims of Sexual Violence

Supportive measures for student victims of sexual harassment and sexual violence.


Confidential Reporting

OSU-Tulsa Victim Advocate



Title IX Coordinator

Non-Confidential Reporting

Student Conduct

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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.

Local Resources

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.


Free and confidential 24/7 telephone crisis line, provides emotional support for children and adults in suicidal crisis or emotional distress.

Call 918-744-8400 More information

Tulsa Helpline

Help available 24/7 - Free and confidential link to help and hope for those in need.

Call 211 More information


24-Hour Crisis Assistance for those experiencing domestic violence or wanting to help someone that is.

Call 918-743-5763 More information

Family & Children's Services

Reduced fee therapy and telehealth appointments available.

Call 918-587-9471 More information


Non-profit organization which provides comprehensive health, wellness and social services.

Call 1-877-327-3657 More information

Food on the Move

Drive Through Grocery Giveaways

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Grand Lake Mental Health Center

24-Hour Crisis Line

Call 1-800-722-3611 More information

Low-Cost Healthcare Clinics

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.

Community Health Connection, Inc.

9912 E. 21st St. Tulsa, OK 74129-1620

Call 918-622-0641 More Information

East Tulsa Family Medical

11511 E. 21st St. Tulsa, OK 74129-1815

Call 918-439-4422 More Information

Morton Comprehensive Health Services

1334 N. Lansing Ave Tulsa, OK 74106-5907

Call 918-587-2171 More Information

Neighbors Along the Line Medical Clinic

5000 Charles Page Blvd Tulsa, OK 74127

Call 918-584-1111 More Information

Stillwater Wellness Resources

For a list of Wellness Resources available in Stillwater, visit Let's Talk About It or the OSU Student Wellness website.

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