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Veteran Student Services
Assists students using GI Bill® benefits at OU and certifies their enrollment to the VA.
Norman Campus Buchanan Hall 216; (405) 325-4308
Outreach (405) 325-1022; firstname.lastname@example.org
HSC Campus (405) 271-2359 X48918;
Tulsa Campus (918) 660-3388;
GI Bill® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). More information about education benefits offered by VA is available at the official U.S. government website.
Online Military Webpages
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Education and Training with VA educational benefit resources
Great webpage resource for veterans and dependents intending to use GI Bill or Vocational Rehabilitation education benefits.
Military OneSource U.S. Department of Defense program with resources for Active Duty, National Guard, and Reserve service members
Great webpage resource for students using active duty Tuition Assistance through their military unit.
Disability Resource Center
Our mission is to provide the best possible educational experience for our students through excellence in teaching, research, and creative activity to state and society by providing a variety of support services, many of which have been developed in response to expressed student needs.
Goddard Health Center 1st floor; (405) 325-3852
A department of University College (UC) that offers free tutoring sessions to all OU students. This nationally, CRLA Certified service offers walk-in, small group appointments, online tutoring, and/or faculty directed sessions to help students take action towards their own academic success.
Wagner Hall, suite 245 and the Housing Learning Center, Adams Muldrow, room 105; (405) 325-3521
OU Career Services
The mission of Career Services is to enhance the career development of students by teaching career planning/job search skills and by facilitating the exchange of information among students, alumni, faculty, administrators, and employers.
Oklahoma Memorial Union, 3rd floor; (405) 325-1974
Student Veterans Association
An active student organization seeking to provide student veterans an environment for academic and personal success.
Student Veterans Association (405) 325-5793
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Shad Satterthwaite (405) 325-3546
Financial Aid Services
Information about applying for federal, state, and institutional financial aid programs such as grants, loans, and work-study programs. Contact us with any questions you may have about the application process.
Buchanan Hall Room 216; (405)325-4521
OU Health Services
The mission of OU Health Services is to support the academic goals of the University community by delivering high quality health care and prevention education.
Goddard Health Center, 620 Elm Ave; (405) 325-4611
Hours of Operation:
Fall/Spring 8am-6pm Mon-Fri.;
Summer 8 am-5pm, Mon-Fri.
The mission of the University Counseling Center is to support the academic goals of the University community by providing the highest quality psychological services. Our staff has training and experience in working within a university environment and offers individual, couples, and group counseling, psychiatric services, consultation, outreach programs, and career counseling. Counseling Services is also committed to the training of future professionals and offers training experiences at the master's, doctoral and post-doctoral level.
Goddard Health Center, 2nd floor; (405) 325-2911
TRIO Student Support Services
This federally-funded program was established at OU in 1970 with the primary mission of increasing retention and graduation rates of students with first-generation, economically-disadvantaged, and disabled backgrounds in order to improve their financial and social opportunities.
OU Writing Center
Our goal is to provide support for all writers in the University of Oklahoma community. The Writing Center Staff is committed to:
- Working to improve your writing projects by providing resources and feedback in writing consultations.
- Consulting with you through your writing process from pre-writing to final drafting. Offering multiple and accessible ways for you to learn collaboratively with us.
The OU Writing Center welcomes all writers and does not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability. We consider difference to be a seed for learning, writing, and a just society.
Wagner Hall 280; (405) 325-2936