The OSU Institute of Technology Child Care Center is open Monday through Friday, when school is in session, from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. All currently enrolled students are eligible to enroll their children (ages 6 weeks to 12 years) in the campus Child Care Center. The OSU Institute of Technology Child Care Center is in compliance with fire, health and licensing standards required by the Oklahoma State Department of Human Services, and participates in the Oklahoma State Department of Education Child Nutrition Program.
|full-time = 4 hours (+) per day||part-time = 4 hours (-) per day|
|0-24 months||$80.00 per week||$60.00 per week|
|25-48 months||$70.00 per week||$50.00 per week|
|49 months - 12 years||$60.00 per week||$45.00 per week|
If you have any questions concerning the OSU Institute of Technology Child Care Center, please contact the center manager at +1 918 293 4934.
Coin-operated laundry facilities are located in the small building between the Student Union and Hannigan/England Hall, and on the first floor of Miller-Kamm Hall. Campus laundry facilities are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
The Copy Center, located in the Student Union, offers duplicating, collating, and binding services to the campus. The Center has a wide selection of paper from which to choose for projects ranging from resumes and reports to formal presentations. All services must be paid for when orders are placed. Phone: +1 918 293 4619.
OSU Institute of Technology provides individual and group counseling, education on various mental health topics, crisis intervention, and referrals to community resources when needed. Common mental health concerns addressed in counseling include stress management, anger management, relationship issues, alcohol/drug abuse and depression.
OSU Institute of Technology operates a contract postal station located on the southwest end of the Student Union next to the Student Union Bookstore. Window service hours are Monday through Friday from 9:30 a.m. to 4:15 p.m. and Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. except on university or U.S. holidays. The lobby remains open during building hours. Normal post office services are available except for C.O.D. and money orders. Students receive mail on campus either through a campus post office box, general delivery or a residence hall box. Boxes can be rented for a small charge per semester with the charge being based on box size. Box assignments and rental payments are made at the Campus Post Office. General Delivery mail must be picked up at the post office window. Students living in the residence halls receive their mail in their residence hall. Students living in England and Hannigan Hall are encouraged to obtain a post office box. Questions concerning campus postal services should be directed to the Campus Post Office at +1 918 293 4980.
Covelle Hall houses a gymnasium with a regulation size basketball court, volleyball court, two racquetball/handball courts, a weight room, an aerobic area, auditorium, men’s and women’s locker rooms and a coed sauna. Students with a current student ID and/or spouse and children (under the age of 21) are eligible to use the facilities and to check out the equipment. Children under the age of 18 must be accompanied and supervised by a parent.
Outdoor facilities include a softball field, a flag football field, a sand volleyball court, a basketball court, a children’s playground and the Recreational Trails System which includes a 1.5 mile exercise trail with a series of exercise stations and a 1/4-mile observation garden trail.
University housing is available to full time students enrolled in a minimum of 12 credit hours per semester. Residing on campus is considered a fundamental part of a student’s educational experience. On-campus single student housing and apartments are safe, convenient and affordable. OSU Institute of Technology offers students a living-learning environment that complements each student’s academic goals. Students wishing to make application for campus housing are encouraged to apply early. To reserve space in campus housing, students must make a deposit of $150. The housing application is for two semesters. All of the housing facilities are complete with free Internet access, cable access, and local phone service.
Located in the center of campus, the Student Union houses a Cafeteria, Bookstore, Post Office, Campus Health Services, and the Copy Center. In addition, the Student Union has two lounges available for use. The PSO Lounge has an attached solarium and both indoor and outdoor seating. Students use the PSO Lounge as a meeting place in between classes or as an alternative eating location. The Viersen Lounge, more removed from activity, is quiet and perfect for studying or quiet conversation.
The Bookstore maintains a stock of OSU Spirit items, small gift items and OSU clothing in addition to tools and supplies needed for classes. The Bookstore is open Monday through Friday, 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., with extended hours at the beginning of each semester.
The Student Union Cafeteria includes a soup and salad bar, hot entrees, fresh vegetables and accompaniments, desserts, a grill for cooked-to-order hamburgers, deli sandwich counter, convenience foods and a wide variety of beverages. The State Room restaurant and The Tech Room dining room, located in the Culinary Arts building north of the Student Union, feature a Buffet on Thursdays, prepared by Culinary Arts Students. The Tech Room is available four days a week for ala carte dining. If you have any questions or wish to make reservations in the State Room or Tech Room, please visit the Culinary Arts Dining Services web page.
Students may obtain medical advice without charge from the college physician. Students who need hospitalization, x-rays or lab work are referred to the Okmulgee Memorial Hospital and must pay for the cost of the services received. The college physician can write a prescription to the pharmacy of the student’s choice but the student is responsible for payment. The OSU Institute of Technology Infirmary, located in the Student Union, is open Monday through Friday when school is in session, from 11:30 a.m. until the doctor has seen all patients who are waiting.
Students are advised to carry health insurance while in school. Several national insurance companies offer low-cost group medical insurance coverage for college students. More information concerning student health insurance plans is available through the Student Financial Services Office.
As part of the enrollment process, each new student is issued a photo identification card. This card is used to establish the student’s identity at OSU Institute of Technology and authorizes access to certain campus facilities and services. The card should be carried by the student at all times for identification. There is no charge for the first card. A fee may be charged for replacement cards.
The Student Life Department plans, promotes and implements quality programs and activities that serve student’s interests. The Department provides a wide range of social, recreational, cultural and civic activities to students at no cost. Student Life also works closely with student organizations and serves as advisor to these organizations by providing information concerning their constitution and by-laws, membership and issues concerning college policy. OSU Institute of Technology students may request an official OSU Institute of Technology Activities Transcript their last semester through the Student Life office. The Activities Transcript is an official record of the out-of-class, extracurricular activities and accomplishments of students.