University Counseling Services is composed of the Alcohol and Substance Abuse Center,
Reboot Center, Student Counseling Center and Student Disability Services. UCS supports
the OSU mission through efforts to assist students in improving the quality of life
so that personal and intellectual growth can be fostered, values can be clarified
and knowledge can be interrelated for use in improving the campus and larger environments
for future generations.
Licensed and license-eligible counselors and psychologists provide individual, group
and crisis counseling. Psychiatric services are available through a partnership with
University Health Services.
Services also include a walk-in clinic, psychiatric evaluations and medication management.
On-call counselors are available every hour of every day to respond to mental health
emergencies. Parents may consult counselors about a student’s unique circumstances.
Confidentiality limits information that can be shared for students already receiving
The transition to OSU can be exhilarating, full of challenges and changes. However,
some students experience distress and difficulty adjusting to college life, which
may result in greater emotional or psychological needs. The Student Counseling Center
(SCC) has staff and resources to help.
If you are a student with an urgent need, an on-call counselor is available during
regular business hours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m, call at 405-744-5458.
Examples of urgent needs include thoughts of harming yourself or others, sexual assault
or other traumatic experience. After 5 p.m. weekdays, weekends and holidays, a counselor
may be reached by contacting theOSU Police,405-744-6523.