Services for Students
Gateway students benefit from a number of OSU amenities and services including access to the Colvin Recreation Center, tutoring services and Career Services.
Transfer and Student Veteran SuccessOffice: 104 North Classroom
The Office of Transfer and Student Veteran Success provides a holistic transfer student experience that assists students as they transition into OSU, helps students prepare for a rewarding academic and student experience, and promotes their progress toward graduation and into their desired career field. Transfer and Student Veteran Success will help you in your transition to OSU in the following ways:
- Provide a transfer and student veteran experience that engages students in the campus community, Stillwater, the nation and the world.
- Help transfer and student veterans to achieve academic excellence through connecting them to activities and resources that promote research, scholarship and creativity.
- Ensure transfer and student veteran success through an environment that is supportive, enriches personal growth, encourages excellence and innovation, and prepares students for purposeful careers.
Campus LifeOffice: 060-A Student Union
Campus life works with more than 450 student organizations. If you want to get involved on the OSU campus and within the community, Campus Life is the place for you! In addition to working with campus clubs and organizations, Campus Life departments include:
- Allied Arts
- Camp Cowboy
- Office of Fraternity and Sorority Affairs
- International Students and Scholars
- Leadership Development
- Non-Traditional Student Association
- Student Government Association
- Student Union Activities Board
- Service Learning/Volunteer Center
Career ServicesOffice: 360 Student Union
Career Services assists students and alumni with job search activities related to internships and part-time employment while attending college, and full-time, professional employment following graduation. On-campus interviewing is an easy and convenient way to interview with numerous businesses and corporations without leaving campus. On-campus interviews can be an important source of opportunities but should be only one of the 10 suggested strategies for a total job search. Other services include:
- Resume Referral
- Posting of Job Vacancies
- Career Fairs
- Career Consultants in each college
Department of Residential LifeOffice: Iba Hall
Welcome home! Living on the OSU campus allows students to enjoy hall-sponsored events, intramural sports, and an atmosphere conducive to studying and making life-long friendships. Residential Life has more than 25 residence halls that includes traditional rooms, suites and apartments. University Dining Services meal plans are among the most flexible in the country with more than 30 campus dining options available. They offer a wide variety of options to ensure that you will never go hungry!
Department of WellnessOffice: 101 Colvin Recreation Center
Phone: 405-744-5510 (Colvin Recreation Center)
Phone: 405-744-9355 (Seretean Wellness Center)
The Colvin Recreation Center is a 240,000 square-foot facility offering the most current cardio and weight lifting equipment, indoor jogging track, indoor and outdoor pools, 10 basketball/volleyball courts, eight racquetball courts, and a state-of-the-art rock climbing wall. Just bring your student ID to get in on all the fun! Department of Wellness also offers a variety of programming, including fitness classes, intramural sports, adaptive sports, outdoor adventure, and F.I.T. First. Services include:
- Health screening for students
- Student training room (with personal trainers)
- Peer Education on topics such as stress management, nutrition, alcohol education, sexual health, and sleep
Office of Multicultural AffairsOffice: 240 Student Union
The Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA) is a place for students of different cultures, backgrounds and experiences to come together in an effort to learn more about each other and about themselves. We aim to assist students in achieving academic excellence, developing their personal and professional character, and engaging in the campus and greater community. OMA achieves these goals by offering scholarships, leadership development programs, mentoring opportunities and cultural education programs.
Student UnionOffice: 301 Student Union
Life happens at the OSU Student Union! For more than 50 years, the Student Union has hosted a countless number of students, alumni and visitors with its diverse services, restaurants and retail outlets. And best of all, the Student Union is your one stop shop for all your student needs including:
- The University Store
- OSU Office of the Bursar
- OSU Registrar's Office
- OSU Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid
- OSU Office of Undergraduate Admissions
There are also countless areas for students to study, grab a quick snack, host group meetings or hang out with friends. So come on over! The Student Union is waiting for you!
University Health ServicesOffice: 141 Student Health Center
University Health Services (UHS) is an outpatient ambulatory care facility designed to provide cost effective, physician directed health care and health information for personal health care consultation, treatment or intervention. A health fee is included in your mandatory fees each semester which permits access to all of the services available at UHS from the time you register until midnight the day before the next semester begins. There is a small charge, usually $20, to see a physician or physician assistant. Some services at UHS may involve additional charges. Any fees associated with health center services can be charged to your student account. Other services include laboratory and radiology, pharmacy, women's clinic, immunizations, allergy clinic, flight physicals and student insurance.
University Counseling ServicesOffice: 320 Student Union Phone: 405-744-5458 Website: ucs.okstate.edu
University Counseling Services (UCS) is composed of four departments. Each department works with the student body to ensure student success. The UCS departments include:
- Alcohol and Substance Abuse Center
- Reboot Center
- Student Disability Services
- Student Counseling Center
Office of the Vice President for Student AffairsOffice: 201 Whitehurst Phone: 405-744-5328 Website: studentaffairs.okstate.edu
Student Affairs serves as an advocate and administrative conduit for all students. The Division of Student Affairs provides essential student services (housing, medical care, food service) as well as programs and services to support our Six Pillars of Student Success: academic excellence, leadership development, service and civic engagement, finding purpose, broadening horizons, and wellness. Our office is open and we welcome your questions or concerns at any time!