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For our love of OSU

Let's protect each other 
Do it for the cowboy family. Getting vaccinated, combined with wearing masks, is our best way to combat the COVID-19 virus and keep us all enjoying the semester and events we are all looking forward to. 

COVID-19 testing

Oklahoma State University is offering two C0VID-19 test options for students and employees at University Health Services (UHS) on the main Stillwater campus. BinaxNOW antigen testing is done through the drive-thru located on the east side of the building. These are rapid tests that are administered as a nasal swab. Oral swab tests, which are less invasive than nasal swab tests, can be administered inside the clinic.

To make an appointment, patients should call 405-744-7665 or login to their Patient Portal to schedule an appointment by 5 p.m. the day before they wish to be scheduled, making sure to note they are requesting testing on the Stillwater campus.

Mask guidelines

OSU expects the use of masks indoors in public. This includes classrooms, laboratories and all indoor meetings and gatherings. Masks reduce the risk of being infected with the Delta variant and possibly spreading it to others. Masking is recommended by the CDC even if you are fully vaccinated.

Campus COVID plan

Protecting the health and wellbeing of our fellow Cowboys in the face of COVID-19 has never been more critical. We urge everyone to take personal responsibility in following recommended guidelines, as only through a collective, cooperative effort can we help protect our campus community.

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Covid-19 dashboard

OSU launched an online dashboard to track COVID-19 testing and vaccination data on the Stillwater campus during the height of the pandemic. Biweekly dashboard updates have resumed for the 2021-2022 academic year.

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University announcements

OSU leadership and departments are providing regular email updates to students and employees regarding pandemic protocols and response.

Note: If you are an OSU Stillwater/Tulsa employee or student and are not receiving university email announcements, email

Announcement archive

Frequently asked questions and other resources

We’ve compiled a list of helpful answers to some of the most frequently asked questions regarding the pandemic including university operations, health concerns and the CARES Act.

Frequently asked questions

Do you have questions about COVID-19 and what OSU is doing to protect the campus community? While we are working to answer all emails personally in a timely manner, we wanted to share answers to some of the most frequently asked questions.

Student and parent resources

We've compiled helpful resources and information to assist students with this transition.

Faculty and staff resources

In order to support our employees during this time, we've developed this faq and resources page specifically for our faculty and staff. 

Contact information

Contact us

Have a question? Our team is prepared to help and assist with issues related to COVID-19. Reach out to and administration will respond to your questions as soon as possible.

Oklahoma State Department of Health

We are working with the Oklahoma State Department of Health to inform our pandemic response. For more information, contact the Coronavirus Call Center at 877-215-8336 or click the link below.

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OSU Pandemic Response Team

The OSU COVID-19 Pandemic Response Team meets weekly to navigate the rapidly changing landscape of the pandemic. Led by Senior Vice President for Health Affairs Dr. Johnny Stephens, the team monitors guidance from the CDC, from state and local health authorities and uses a variety of data points and metrics so our campus can remain nimble in its response.

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