Campus Health Services

Campus Health Services is located in the Student Union Building and is open Monday through Friday, when school is in session. 

Although, this service is free to students, faculty, and staff of OSUIT, the payment of any additional costs such as prescription cost and/or lab work cost is the responsibility of the individual.  Students who require hospitalization, X-rays, or lab work are referred to Muscogee Creek Nation Medical Center

OSUIT Campus Health Services contracts with a local physician to provide free non-emergency services and medical advice to OSUIT students, faculty, and staff that qualify for services.  Campus Health Services is a non-emergency care facility.  Those individuals requiring emergency care services, or on-going care due to a major medical condition should obtain medical services from their local hospital or their personal physician.

Qualifications for Use of Campus Health Services

OSUIT retirees and alumni are not eligible to use Campus Health Services. In addition, visitors to the OSUIT Campus or OSUIT Camp participants in need of medical services are not eligible to use Campus Health Services and should be referred to Muscogee Creek Nation Medical Center. The following individuals are eligible to use Campus Health Services: 

  • Currently enrolled students carrying a minimum of 6 semester credit hours, their spouses and dependent minor children
  • Currently employed full-time OSUIT faculty and staff, their spouses and dependent minor children (dependent children are considered to be 18 years of age or younger living at home with their parents)

Understanding the importance of wellness programs for the continuing health and productivity of our valued students and workforce, Campus Health Services is committed to empowering its students, faculty and staff to make healthy lifestyle choices to reduce health risk and improve their overall quality of life through assessment, education, goal setting, and referrals. 

OSUIT is devoted to providing its students, faculty and staff with meaningful information, and the motivation and enthusiasm necessary to adopt and maintain a health and wellness mindset as a part of their long-term lifestyles.

Official Notice: Immunization Requirements for OSUIT Students

Oklahoma state law requires that all new students who attend Oklahoma colleges and universities for the first time provide proof of immunization for certain diseases. If you cannot verify your immunizations you will need to be re-immunized. Medical, religious and moral exemptions are allowed by law and such requests must be made in writing using the Certificate of Exemption form.

The requirement shall not apply to students enrolling in courses delivered via the Internet or distance learning in which the student is not required to attend class on campus. International students should contact the Office of International Student Services with questions regarding this notice.

Student Health Insurance Plan

Student Insurance is available to eligible students attending Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology.

How do I know if I am eligible for the Student Health Insurance?

UNDERGRADUATE/GRADUATE STUDENTS: All Domestic undergraduate and graduate students taking nine (9) or more credit hours (three (3) hours in summer) and domestic graduate students enrolled in their last semester are eligible to enroll in this insurance plan on a voluntary basis.

INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS: All international students taking one (1) or more credit hours are required to purchase this insurance plan and the premium for coverage is added to their tuition billing.

Student Mental Health Guide

To access the Student Mental Health Guide please visit student mental health guide resource.

The Student Mental Health Guide was created to show college students (and their friends and families) the various on-campus and online resources they can use should a mental health concern arise. The guide includes an in-depth look at the most common issues among college students, how to identify those issues, and, perhaps most importantly, when and how to get help. Key mental health and related concerns highlighted in the guidebook include:

  • Anxiety & Stress
  • Depression
  • Alcohol & Substance Abuse
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  • Anorexia & Bulimia

Important Links

United Health Care Website:

OSU University Health Services Website:


United Health Care: 800-767-0700

OSU Benefits: 405-744-5449