The time you spend at OSUIT will be full of productive and enjoyable experiences. You will learn new things and gain new skills while you work toward your degree. During this time of growth and transition, students sometimes experience personal issues that may interfere with their educational and personal goals.
We are here for you!
Remember that having emotional troubles and needing help dealing with them can be a normal part of the growth experience for many people. Through the counseling process, counselors can help students develop the skills needed to cope with personal problems. Students often seek personal counseling services for the following reasons:
problems with a relationship
If you have trouble with any of these or other emotional problems, help yourself by seeking some form of counseling.
Decisions about which career to pursue can be challenging. If you are uncertain about your career path, you can schedule an appointment to talk with a counselor for help with the career decision-making and planning process.
Counseling services are free to OSUIT students and employees. If the difficulty in question is beyond our resources (for instance, an academic difficulty that could best be helped by tutoring or a problem that deserves more intensive therapy than we can provide), we can refer you to other sources of help.
While we will make every effort to accommodate your schedule, appointments are usually necessary for counseling sessions.
Counseling sessions are confidential with a few exceptions which include a court order, health and safety emergencies, imminent danger to oneself or others, mandated sanctions and child or elder abuse.
Access Services / Academic Accommodations
Please contact the Director of Access Services, Chad Spurlock, at +1 918 293 4622 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also visit the Access Services web page.