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Campus Wellness 101

Wednesday, January 10, 2024

The start of a new semester can be an exciting time, but let's be real, college comes with its fair share of challenges. From exams to dorm life and everything in between, we get that it's not always smooth sailing.

That's why we've got your back with a bunch of resources that go beyond textbooks and lectures. In this blog, we're spilling the beans on the mental health support available right here on campus.

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Talking about mental health can be difficult no matter where you are in life. Taking that first step to acknowledge how you feel is crucial, and we're here for you. Let's work together to help you thrive as your best self!

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On-Campus Support Resources

Explore a range of mental health resources at your fingertips, both on campus and virtually. Click below for the complete list, including but not limited to:

Full list of mental health resources on campus  


Look out for each other.

Even if you're not facing personal mental health challenges, you can still play a vital role in ensuring the safety and well-being of our Cowboy Family. We have a variety of trainings and educational opportunities available to you. Check them out here:

Full list of trainings available to you


It’s okay to not be okay.

Whether it's the loss of a loved one, a breakup or significant life changes, various forms of grief touch a lot of members of our Cowboy Family during their college journey. Coping with loss is a personal journey, and University Counseling Services provides grief counseling to help students navigate their individual emotions and thoughts within a safe and supportive space.

We always want you to remember that your Cowboy family stands with you. You are not alone in this journey.

If you or someone you know is in a mental health crisis, call 911 to speak to a police dispatcher in your area. If the person is a member of the cowboy family, you can also call the OSU Police Department at (405) 744-6523. You can see other emergency contacts on the University Counseling Services website.

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