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In this extraordinary time around our nation and world, we know you may be experiencing a lot of emotions and want you to feel supported during this time. The Cowboy family is more important than ever and we will get through this together.
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Let's do this, Cowboys.

The University made the difficult decision for classes to be held online through the end of the spring semester. We realize that this decision may cause disappointment and stress, but we believe that it is the best approach to ensure the health and safety of students, staff and faculty. We can support one another by following CDC guidelines, practicing social distancing and doing our best to #FlattenTheCurve.
Most in-person services on campus will be greatly reduced in partnership with the City of Stillwater. We will provide many online services for you while you are away from campus. 
We are committed to supporting you during this time academically, socially, and in all aspects of your wellness. Let’s take care of each other. And as the Cowboy Code says, we end the day knowing we gave it everything we had.

Stay connected to your academic resources

Academic Advising

Your academic advisor is available virtually to support and assist you. To “meet” with your advisor, schedule your appointment through the format that you usually use. Your advisor is a resource and will be available for enrollment, academic, or personal concerns that you may have. Consult your advisor before changing your spring enrollment, and to plan your summer and fall class schedules.

Find your college's advising contact


We understand that due to the circumstances, you may encounter financial difficulties. We are here to help and strongly encourage you to reach out to discuss how we might be of assistance and explore options concerning any outstanding charges. Please make payments online and communicate through the mail, email us or call 405-744-5993.

Visit Bursar website


The library is physically closed but digitally open with online access to the library’s 54 databases, 130,000 e-serials, 3.2 million e-books and other electronic resources, including the library’s 65 digital collections.

Check out the library’s services

Scholarships and Financial Aid

The Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid can discuss your options with you, including any financial hardships or changes due to canceled study abroad courses. They have also compiled a list of FAQs. If you haven’t already, we strongly suggest you complete the Free Application for Financial Aid for the 2019-20 academic year. We can help you determine what options are available to you through the university, state and federal government.

Contact the financial aid team

Student Affairs

The Division of Student Affairs has many resources to help you during this time. Students can access University Health Services, counseling resources, wellness support, virtual work out courses, career services, dining information and more . Check out their resource page below for full details.

Learn more

Pass/ No Pass Information

Oklahoma State University is committed to your academic success and are offering an option for pass/no-pass (P/NP) grading for spring 2020 courses to provide flexibility, while upholding academic integrity.

Pass/no-pass-grading FAQ


Updated academic deadlinesOSU is extending select spring deadlines to allow you extra time to accommodate to recent changes:

  • W Drop/Withdraw deadline: extended 2 weeks to Friday, April 24
  • Spring Graduation Application deadline: extended 3 weeks to Friday, Apr. 24
  • Deadline for spring graduates to submit all other documentation supporting completion of degree requirements (Ex: Finish incomplete grades, transcripts from other institutions, etc.): extended by 3 weeks to Friday, June 12
Please submit all documents to the Registrar via email to

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Resources to help you succeed in your classes

OSU faculty have worked diligently to move their course materials online. This is more natural for some classes than others, but ALL classes (including labs) have moved online. We encourage you to contact your faculty directly with any questions you have about their materials, but also know they are figuring this out at the same time you are. Below are resources intended to help you in this transition.

Resources for Learning Online

We strongly encourage you to set up notifications by text message, especially for “announcements.” This is the easiest way for your instructors to get the most important information to you. Your instructors will not see the cell number you provide to Canvas.

LASSO Services and Tutoring

We encourage you to continue to seek out tutoring and success coaching resources. You will continue to schedule all appointments through STAR and all scheduled sessions will occur through Zoom. Once you’ve scheduled an appointment, you will receive an email that details instructions to download and use Zoom.  These instructions are also available on the LASSO website. Appointment reminder emails will also include this information, along with the weblink to access your tutor’s Zoom room. Other tutoring options may also still be available, check with your individual department or college for details. 

OSU Writing Center

Need writing support or tutoring? The OSU Writing Center will offer online sessions to assist with your courses. You can make an appointment online and learn more at their website. 

Math Learning Success Center

The MLSC will offer online tutoring through Discord during our normal operating hours. Discord is an established chatting platform where tutors and students can interact through voice communication, text messages, and picture sharing. Join here and create an account.

Supplemental Instruction (SI)

Supplemental instruction provides an extra opportunity for you to work with other students and a course/section facilitator to learn key concepts that is available for some courses. If you wish to utilize supplemental instruction during this time you can access your SI leaders through NEW course specific SI Canvas Communities. SI Leaders will hold regularly scheduled SI sessions and office hours virtually using the Canvas “Conferencing” tool. Virtual SI will officially begin on March 23, and you can “self-enroll” in your courses’ SI Canvas Community by using the link(s) provided by your course instructor. If you have any questions or problems arise please call LASSO at 405-744-3309 or email at

Information Technology Resources

OSU's Department of Information Technology has compiled a helpful list of resources and links for students. Bookmark this page for important links like O-Key, Canvas and more.

Internet Access

OSU is an eduroam WiFi campus so that means, students can use their okey login on any Eduroam campus and they will have access to wifi. Many communities are offering free or reduced-price resources. Check with your local services for possibilities. Some public libraries are providing free wi-fi from outside the building. Some cell phone providers are offering free or reduced-price data plans. Using your phone as a hot-spot might help. The FCC is working with all the telecom companies to extend data limits for everyone for now. 

IT Virtual Labs Available

Staffed lab locations on campus will be closed until classes on campus resume. But OSU offers Virtual Labs that allow you to access software you may not have on your personal computer or device. OSU's Virtual Labs have the same software as the IT run computer labs on campus. You can connect to the Virtual Labs from a browser or by installing an application to your computer.

Tips for Technology Success

We've compiled a list of helpful tips to assist in transitioning your coursework online and ensuring you're set up properly. From checking email and configuring computer equipment to accessing software and apps, these tools will help you access the information you need to succeed.

Learn more


Additional Support


The Office of First Year Success financial planning coaches and campus connection coaches are also available to work with first year students during this time. We can assist with accessing financial resources if you're facing financial hardship, and with connecting to campus resources that will help you succeed with online classes.

Visit First Year Success Site

OSU-Tulsa Students

As a result of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and the concerns for the health and safety of our guests and campus community, our OSU-Tulsa staff is working remotely. We want to assist you and will continue to work to meet your needs by email, telephone or virtual appointment.

Visit OSU-Tulsa Resource Site

NOC Students

NOC Stillwater is also moving online for the remainder of the spring semester beginning March 30. To drop a Spring 2020 NOC course, you should email from your OSU student email account requesting to drop the class. NOC is currently exploring options for Summer and Fall 2020 enrollment for OSU students. A process will be developed, and more information will be released soon.

Virtual Resources and Activities

Don’t let being away from campus keep you from being involved! Check out this list of resources and virtual activities you can partake in from your home!
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