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Student Resources

"How do I know which resource to use for my circumstances?"

That is a great question! There are SO many wonderful resources at the University of Oklahoma, but sometimes, that can make it a bit more confusing to know exactly where to go for help. If you are unsure which resource would best support you by looking at the categories below, please ask us for help! The Student Success Center would love to help you through this and ensure that you get the support that you deserve. You can email us at for assistance.

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  • If you are in need of emergency funding assistance and are a DFCAS major, please email to learn about your options.
  • For more scholarship information and a guide to using the OU CASH centralized scholarship application system, visit the Financial Aid office.
  • The OU Midfirst Bank Money Coach program provides workshops, resources, and personal consultations for students about financial emergencies or long-term planning for financial health.
  • Crimson Commitment guarantees scholarships and grants to cover tuition and average fees for an OU student who qualifies and receives Oklahoma's Promise.
  • Student Support Services, also known as Project Threshold on the OU campus, is a Federally funded program. It is one of seven TRIO programs designed to serve students who meet one or more of the following criteria:  First generation - Neither parent received a four-year degree
    Economically Disadvantaged - Based on federal guidelines
    Disabled - With appropriate documentation.
  • Donate to students in need.


Access and a sense of belonging is important to overall success. The Student Success Center values OU's commitment to access and opportunity to recognize and respect the essential worth of each individual, and to value differences amongst groups. You will find inclusion resources below. 

Wellness is essential to learning and thriving. Campus resources remain available to support your physical and emotional health.

  • OU’s Goddard Health services continues to offer in-person appointments and expanded telehealth options.  

  • The University Counseling Center can do virtual appointments through Zoom, including a “Quaranteam Virtual Support Group.” For more information call 405-325-2911, or visit
  • Recovery: Students, faculty and staff have access to on-campus and off-campus recovery support programs addressing various addiction concerns. Formed by University of Oklahoma students in recovery in August 2018, Students in Recovery is an organization providing a safe, sober environment for students currently in recovery, those supporting recovery and those who are seeking recovery at OU. We support all forms of recovery and encourage self-determination and fun in recovery by way of sober tailgates, town halls, organized community work and education about all forms of addiction. Students in Recovery hosts weekly in-person all-recovery peer-led and supported twelve-step meetings for the OU community. The weekly meeting is held Wednesdays at 7pm in Zarrow Hall.  There are no dues or fees for membership. These welcoming meetings are a great way to continue receiving and giving Recovery support throughout the school year! Please note: This email address is a non-OU email and monitored by the student organization Students In Recovery. Email: You can find other resources by clicking here.


Stress, isolation, and transitions can intensify conflict and harassment. If you or someone you know has been subject to racial, xenophobic, or discriminatory attacks, or if you are living in precarious or dangerous circumstances, please use these resources to find a safe resolutions.