Student Affairs Resources
During this ongoing and unprecedented time, the Division of Student Affairs want to make sure that students and their needs are still at the forefront of our work.
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. Please see below the list of student resources available to use throughout this time:
|Student Affairs Resources Guide|
Career Services will continue to provide job search assistance, career development-related information and accessibility to all students and alumni through virtual appointments and the Hire System. Appointments can be scheduled with Career Consultants in Career Services and Colleges across campus at Appointment. The Hire System will continue to host available part-time, work study, internships, and full-time positions. If students need assistance with a virtual interview, please contact our office at 405-744-5253 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Department of Wellness||
All Department of Wellness facilities will remain closed; however, steps are being taken to offer digital programming to students to allow them to continue to recreate wherever they are. These options currently include e-gaming leagues and tournaments such as Rocket League, Madden 20, NBA2K, a FIFA 20, virtual group fitness classes, and workout plans that can be performed at home.
|Housing Residential Life||
Housing and Residential Life is committed to providing students with safe and comfortable housing. If you have any questions regarding your housing options or want to make arrangements to move out of the residence halls for the spring semester, please contact the office at 405-744-5592. Office hours are Monday through Friday, 8 am to 5 pm. Thank you and be well! Please visit for more information: Residential Life: Coronavirus Information
|Leadership and Campus Life||
Students involved in clubs and organizations can use a variety of online platforms to conduct organization business or just stay in touch with other members. Helpful tips for student organizations will be posted regularly at lcl.okstate.edu. And SUAB and Allied Arts will begin coordinating virtual event experiences next week through our social media platforms. Make sure you follow @suabokstate and @osualliedarts on Facebook and Instagram to connect with other OSU students. We'll be giving away prizes and participating in virtual activities together as we practice social distancing at home.
Center for Ethical Leadership:
The Center for Ethical Leadership is still fulfilling its mission to provide meaningful
leadership development opportunities for all students, albeit in new and creative
ways. We are looking to provide leadership seminars and quick leadership tips through
online platforms as well as moving coursework online. We will still present our annual
leadership awards, but we are working on moving the awards online through social media.
Fraternity and Sorority Affairs is reaching out to their members and chapters to support students and will be in touch directly with them. More information will be at Fraternity & Sorority Affairs.
|Student Accessibility Services||
Student Accessibility Services will continue to offer support to our students and faculty during this time. In addition to our normal services, staff is also available to aid students and faculty in navigating appropriate accommodations during OSU’s transition to online classes. Please visit Student Accessibility Services or contact 405-744-7116 for the latest information.
|Student Conduct Education and Administration||
This change to online classes for the remainder of the semester will impact our student employees. Please contact your supervisor as soon as possible to discuss future work plans.
As the university continues to monitor the evolving COVID-19 situation and in review of general guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the OSU Student Union closed its doors at 6 p.m. on March 24 until further notice. Many of the services provided in the Union will still be available virtually as the majority of our campus employees are currently telecommuting. If you have a question for a particular department or staff member, please visit directory.okstate.edu to reach him or her directly. Information about the University Store and dining services on campus can be found at Student Union Coronavirus Update.
|Students in Need||
Student support services and case management are still available to students. Concerns about student’s mental, emotional, and social health should be submitted through a Care Report. As always, if the person poses a threat to themselves or others, please call OSUPD immediately at 405-744-6523.
Kira Frisby, Coordinator of Case Management, is meeting with students via zoom or phone and is sending weekly emails about virtual support options to aid in dealing with stress and anxiety in the current climate.
|University Counseling Services||
University Counseling Services has moved all counseling to video or phone counseling.
|University Dining Services||
Dining on campus is still available - it might just look a little different. Some options will be unavailable, as we are complying with social distancing practices. Meals will be served in to-go containers. Meal plans will continue to be accepted, as well as, other payment options. For a complete list of up-to-date dining hours, visit Dining. Follow University Dining Services on Instagram, Facebook or Twitter (@osudining) to stay on top of the latest updates.
|University Health Services||
University Health Services is remaining open and available for the OSU community. We are taking extra precautions to protect the health and well-being of our staff. Check-in processes are being modified to comply with social distancing and we are adding telehealth services. Please visit University Health Services or contact us at 405-744-7665 for the latest information.