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Career Services

Every year, hundreds of employers from across the country, representing a wide range of industries and organizations, recruit at Oklahoma State University in search of their future leaders.  The OSU Career Services department is also a comprehensive career planning and employment center for students and alumni.  Career Services provides resources to assist students with their career development and job preparation needs, as well as providing comprehensive referral / interview services through the Hire System.  Student seeking part-time jobs while attending OSU, internships for the summer, or full-time employment after graduation can find assistance in the job search process, and for all career development needs.  For more information, visit

Executive Director for Student Affairs

Kathryn Gage, Ph.D. serves as Executive Director for Student Affairs.  Her responsibilities include oversight of divisional assessment and research projects, serving as community engagement representative, acting as liaison with academic affairs on policy and accreditation teams, managing special events and grant acquisition. For more information visit

Housing & Residential Life

Housing and Residential Life supports the success of residential students.  Nearly 7,000 students call the OSU campus home.  Housing and Residential Life provides active communities that promote a student’s personal and academic well-being.  Twenty-six residence halls and seven family and graduate apartment neighborhoods provide options to fit everyone’s needs.  The Residence Hall Association, Living-Learning Communities, Academic Development Center, Residential Leadership College and Family Resource Center comprise some of the programs and organizations that support student success.  Hall Government Associations offer students a chance to help govern their communities and make decisions that will benefit their fellow residents.  At Oklahoma State, residence halls offer an engaging community where students can make friends for a lifetime. For more information visit

Leadership & Campus Life

The Department of Leadership & Campus Life is home to more than 500 student organizations, promoting student leadership and engagement.  The CampusLink program, found online at , provides a way to connect with a diverse array of student organizations by providing information about individual student and student organization involvement, as well as registration for official leadership and service transcripts (the Student Development Transcript). Leadership & Campus Life is also home to Allied Arts / Special Events, the Center for Ethical Leadership, Fraternity & Sorority Affairs, International Students & Scholars, Non-Traditional Student Services, Parent & Family Relations, Service-Leaning Volunteer Center, and Student Union Programs.  For more information, visit

Student Union

The OSU Student Union is a comprehensive system of people, services, programs and facilities that enriches the intellectual, cultural and social well-being of the OSU student. Since 1950 the OSU Student Union has become the place where life happens on the OSU campus.  With a facility consisting of more than 630,000 square feet, it stands as the largest and most comprehensive union in the world.  It provides the university with such services as the University Store (textbooks, OSU merchandise and technology center), retail shops, banking services, a campus post office, 10 University Dining Services restaurants, lounges, meeting rooms and hotel.  For more information visit

University Counseling Services

University Counseling Services is composed of the ADA Compliance Office, Alcohol and Substance Abuse Center, Reboot Center, Student Counseling Center, Student Conduct Education and Administration, and Student Disability Services.  Efforts are made to maximize opportunities for students to benefit from academic experiences both in and out of the classroom.  It is a goal of these offices to help make the environment beneficial to the intellectual, emotional and physical development of students. For more information, visit

University Dining Services

University Dining Services offers 32 different dining outlets on campus, featuring quality food, variety, convenience and flexibility.  The department emphasizes healthy dining, promoting nutrition education and awareness through healthy dining education campaigns, cooking demonstrations, and nutritional labeling of food options on campus.  Catering services are also available. For more information, visit

University Health Services

University Health Services (UHS) provides the studenState University with outpatient medical care, preventative medicine, and educational opportunities.  UHS is an outpatient ambulatory care facility designed to provide cost effective, physician directed health care and health information for personal health care consultation, treatment or intervention.  Services include primary care medical services, allergy clinic, pharmacy, medical laboratory and x-ray, sports medicine, international travel assessment and consultation, and women’s clinic. For more information visit of Oklahoma

Wellness Center

The Wellness Center is committed to creating a healthy campus culture for students, faculty and staff.  Five facilities, including the Colvin Recreation Center, Colvin Center Annex, Seretean Wellness Center, Aquatics, and Camp Redlands, are home to a myriad of programs and services.  Group fitness classes, Intramural Sports, Outdoor Adventure, and Sports Clubs are among the services offered.  Programs include the Employee Assistance Program, Health Risk Assessment, Personal Training and Swim Lessons. For more information visit