The University Counseling Center (UCC) is a department of the Division of Student Affairs, and is a Master’s internship training site as well as one of the doctoral internship training sites of the Oklahoma Health Consortium, (accredited by APA). The UCC has provided mental health services to the campus community for approximately 60 years. The innovative and service oriented UCC provides a full range of services and programs which promote clients' developmental and psychological well being. UCC staff members are strongly committed to creating an inclusive environment that values each unique individual, and to treating our clients with respect and compassion. The UCC has a strong commitment to maintaining close working relationships with other departments of the Division of Student Affairs, International Students Office, University Housing, and various other campus and community organizations.
The UCC offers individual, couples/partnered, and group counseling services, in addition to psychiatric services, which target a large and diverse campus population. The UCC also offers psychoeducational evaluations to determine the presence of ADHD and/or a learning disability. Clients may present to counseling with an array of concerns, such as anxiety, depression, sexual orientation, relationship issues, chemical abuse/ dependency, and other life adjustment concerns. The UCC also offers outreach services throughout the campus community and crisis services as needed. The UCC is open Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm.