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Campus Life & Resources

Students on both the Oklahoma City and Tulsa campuses can take advantage of multiple resources and opportunities during their time in the College of Allied Health, both in and out of the college. Some of the most common resources are listed below. If you have any questions about any resources, please reach out to us at and we will direct your questions accordingly. 

Campus Life

Student Affairs

OU Health Sciences Student Affairs and OU-Tulsa Student Affairs offer various ways to get involved on campus and strive to enrich the student experience on campus. They have a wealth of resources and opportunities aimed at ensuring students receive the support and guidance needed to be successful in their program. You can learn more by visiting the OU Health Sciences Student Affairs or OU-Tulsa Student Affairs websites.

Registered Student Organizations

Students can join student organizations during their time in the program to connect with others that have similar interests. Some of these organizations may be specific to a certain profession or group, while others may be geared towards a special interest. You can find out more about the organizations on each campus by visiting the main Student Affairs website (OKC |Tulsa). Additionally, you can learn more about the organizations specific to the College of Allied Health on our website.

Campus Apartments

The University Village Apartments are an on-campus housing option available to students attending their program on the Oklahoma City campus. Space is limited, but students can apply to be considered for a spot.

Academic Success

Accessibility & Disability Resource Center (ADRC)

The ADRC seeks to assist student success by providing information on accommodations and courtesy services for those that may feel they need it. They will work with students to determine if accommodation may be needed and how they can be integrated within programs, typically based on a disability or temporary medical condition. Students are encouraged to reach out early to ensure there is enough time for assessment and implementation. More information can be found on the ADRC website.

Writing Center

The Writing Center is available for students at either campus to get assistance with their writing projects, research and resumes. This service is free for all students and can be utilized by visiting their website.

Library Resources

Students have full access to all library resources on their home campus. Both the Robert M. Bird Health Sciences Library in OKC and the Schusterman Library in Tulsa offer access to online databases, physical study spaces, and a litany of print and electronic collections.

Health & Wellness

Student Health and Student Counseling

All students in an on-campus program pay a student health fee while enrolled in their program, which provides certain student health services for free or a reduced fee at each campus’ student clinic. More information about available services can be found on each campus’ website (OKC |Tulsa).

Students also pay a student counseling fee each semester, which affords them the use of unlimited counseling services on each campus during the entirety of their program. More information can be found on their website (OKC |Tulsa)

Student Fitness

Fitness centers are available on both campuses for student use after applying for membership. In Oklahoma City, the University Health Club and the University Research Park Health Club are available. In Tulsa, students have access to the OU Tulsa Fitness Center.

Campus Police

Each campus has dedicated police departments to ensure the safety of our campus community. You can visit the OKC Campus Police webpage or the Tulsa Campus Police webpage to learn more about their services on each campus.

Financial Resources

Bursar’s Office

The Bursar’s Office provides information on tuition and fee costs for all programs and maintains all OUHSC student account and billing information.  They can also assist in payment options and coordination of loans and financial aid. More information can be found on their website.

Student Financial Aid

Student Financial Aid provides information and services regarding opportunities to finance the cost of education at OUHSC. Financial Aid counselors are available to speak with students about their options to fund their education. Scholarships, grants, loans, student employment, and veteran’s services are all available through their office. More information can be found on their website.

College Scholarships

The College of Allied Health is fortunate to have several scholarship opportunities for our current students thanks to our donors, alumni, and partners. Current students are notified every fall semester that the scholarship application is available and are encouraged to apply. For more information on scholarships available in the college, please visit our scholarship page.