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The University of Oklahoma has tons of resources across campus avaliable for students to use. This includes a clinic right on campus if you get sick, Career Services to help you prepare for internships and jobs, a writing center to help you get an A, and many more. Check out the table below for some resources here at OU.

Office NameWebsiteLocationContact Information
Goddard Health CenterWebsiteGoddard Health Center
620 Elm Avenue
Norman, OK 73019
Email: healthservices@ou.edu
Phone: 405-325-4611
University Counseling CenterWebsiteGoddard Health Center
620 Elm Ave. Rm 201
Norman, OK 73019
Phone: 405-325-2911
Accessibility & Disability Resource CenterWebsiteUniversity Community Center
730 College Avenue
Norman, OK 73019
Email: drc@ou.edu
Phone: 405-325-3852
Veteran Student ServicesWebsiteBuchanan Hall
1000 Asp Avenue
Norman, OK 73019
Email: veterans@ou.edu
Phone: 405-325-4308
Gender & Equality CenterWebsiteOklahoma Memorial Union
900 Asp Ave, Room 214A (Frontier Room)
Norman, OK 73019 
Email: gec@ou.edu
Phone: 405-325-4929
Writing CenterWebsiteWagner Hall
1005 Asp Ave, Room 280
Norman, OK 73019
Email: writingcenter@ou.edu
Phone: 405-325-2936
Action TutoringWebsiteWagner Hall
1005 Asp Avenue
Norman, OK 73019
Email: ucquestions@ou.edu
Phone: 405-325-3521
Career ServicesWebsiteOklahoma Memorial Union
900 Asp Ave, Room 323
Norman, OK 73019 
Email: oucs@ou.edu
Phone: 405-325-1974
Office of Diversity, Equity and InclusionWebsiteCopeland Hall
860 Van Vleet Oval, Room 130
Norman, OK 73019
Email: diversity.inclusion@ou.edu
Phone: (405) 325-2284
Office of Student AffairsWebsiteOklahoma Memorial Union
900 Asp Avenue, Room 265
Norman, Oklahoma 73019
Emailstudentaffairs@ou.edu
Phone: (405) 325-3161

University of Oklahoma Non-Discrimination Policy

Diversity is one of the strengths of our society as well as one of the hallmarks of a great university. The University supports diversity and is committed to maintaining employment, educational, and health care settings that are multicultural, multiracial, multiethnic, and all-inclusive. Respecting differences is one of the University’s missions.

The University does not discriminate or permit discrimination by any member of its community against any individual based on the individual’s race, color, religion, political beliefs, national origin, age (40 or older), sex (see Sexual Misconduct, Discrimination and Harassment policy https://www.ou.edu/content/eoo/policies.html), sexual orientation, genetic information, gender identity, gender expression, disability, or veteran status in matters of admissions, employment, financial aid, housing, services in educational programs or activities, or health care services that the University operates or provides. 

Resources are available on the MCEE website at: link.ou.edu/mceeresources

Learning and Land Acknowledgement

We gather to learn together on land placed in the care and protection of the Hasinai (Caddo) and Kitikiti’sh (Wichita) peoples and originally shared by many Indigenous Nations—including the Cáuigù (Kiowa), Nʉmʉnʉʉ (Comanche) and Na i sha and Ndee (Apache)—as a place of gathering and exchange. Today, 39 tribal nations reside in what is now known as Oklahoma, many as a result of settler colonial policies that were designed to eliminate Indigenous people. We acknowledge the University of Oklahoma’s historical connection to Indigenous peoples and we honor and advocate for the sovereign rights of all of the 39 tribal nations in Oklahoma.

The University of Oklahoma recognizes the historical connection our university has with its indigenous community. We acknowledge, honor and respect the diverse Indigenous peoples connected to this land. We fully recognize, support and advocate for the sovereign rights of all of Oklahoma’s 39 tribal nations. This acknowledgement is aligned with our university’s core value of creating a diverse and inclusive community. It is an institutional responsibility to recognize and acknowledge the people, culture and history that make up our entire OU Community.

Mental Health Resources

Mewbourne College Staff Listing

J. MikeSticeDeanDean's Office
DonnaAdeStaffDean's Office
JanaBarnettStaffStudent Services
DaltonBrasingtonStaffStudent Services
StephenDwyerStaffPetroleum Engineering
AndrewElwood MaddenFacultyGeosciences
MeganElwood MaddenFacultyGeosciences
TennentEmmonsStaffStudent Services
StaceyEvansFacultyOklahoma Geological Survey
MashhadFahesFacultyPetroleum Engineering
RebeccaFayStaffStudent Services
FranceyFreemanStaffPetroleum Engineering
SonyaGrantStaffPetroleum Engineering
FrancescaHarrellStaffStudent Services
DanikaHines-BarnettStaffPetroleum Engineering
GailHollowayInstructor/StaffGeosciences
HamidrezaKaramiFacultyPetroleum Engineering
KurtLeeStaffDean's Office
GingerLeivasStaffGeosciences
AnnetteMoranStaffStudent Services
HaleyPearsonStaffPetroleum Engineering
ChandraRaiFacultyPetroleum Engineering
AllisonRichardsonStaffDean's Office
TedSatterfieldStaffOklahoma Geological Survey
LynnSoreghanFacultyGeosciences
MichaelSoreghanFacultyGeosciences
AshleyTulliusStaffGeosciences

To learn more about the LGBTQ+ Aspiring Ally Program, please visit: http://www.ou.edu/gec/lgbtq/aspiring-ally

JanaBarnettStaffStudent Services
DaltonBrasingtonStaffStudent Services
SteveDwyerStaffPetroleum Engineering
TennentEmmonsStaffStudent Services
RebeccaFayStaffStudent Services
FranceyFreemanStaffPetroleum Engineering
FrancescaHarrellStaffStudent Services
DanikaHines-BarnettStaffPetroleum Engineering
GingerLeivasStaffGeosciences
AnnetteMoranStaffStudent Services

To learn more about the Green Zone Program, please visit: http://www.ou.edu/veterans/green-zone