Your success is our success.
OCU Law provides students with unique advantages through our collaborative culture— within our walls and beyond. Our holistic approach to your physical and mental well-being offers the flexibility, resources and support to create the exact law school experience you’re looking for. Whether you need academic support, mentoring, counseling or a good sweat session, we’re here to facilitate.
Mental Health & Wellness
Mental wellness is your sense of emotional wellbeing. It’s shaped by your ability to cope with stress, anxiety, and other challenges of life in a healthy way. The mission of University Counseling Services is to promote healthy lifestyles and support academic success by providing quality mental health services. The goal is to empower our students, faculty, and staff by inspiring hope and dignity as well as strengthening families and communities. Utilizing a broad spectrum of resources, this counseling office acts to support the entire Oklahoma City University community to enhance the personal, social, and intellectual functioning of each individual.
Learn more about OCU’s counseling and mental health services.
Physical Health, Fitness & Wellness
Keeping students healthy in body, mind, and spirit – OCU Law offers services that support you in all aspects of your law school journey—in the classroom and out. Physical wellness represents the health of your body, and it’s heavily influenced by diet and exercise. We have a partnership with Park Harvey Properties to provide our students with exclusive access to their fitness facilities, including a variety of fitness courses.
Just a short walk from OCU Law, Park Harvey Properties provides students with exclusive access to their fitness facilities, including treadmills, ellipticals, weight machines and a variety of fitness classes. Law students can also use the Aduddell Fitness Center, Henry J. Freede Wellness Center or play intramural sports on OCU’s main campus.
OCU’s Family Healthcare & Minor Emergency Clinic provides Physician Assistants and Nurse Practitioners to assist students and employees and their dependents with primary healthcare needs.
Campus Health Services is committed to providing prompt and appropriate healthcare. Our goal is to promote a healthy lifestyle as a means to helping students achieve their highest potential. By providing opportunities to learn health-promoting behaviors, we help our students pursue higher levels of wellness throughout their lives.
In college, most students first begin addressing healthcare needs as an adult. Whether they come from another country, state, or town, the healthcare system is complex and most need help navigating it. The Student Health staff helps students understand how to locate appropriate care.
OCU’s Family Healthcare & Minor Emergency Clinic
Phone: (405) 373-2400
What you need to know
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Electronic Medical Records
We’ve made the switch to electronic medical records! Your provider may use a computer in the exam room or may “chart” in their office between appointments, providers can send Secure Messages with lab or test results or just to follow up after a visit and you can reply to these messages, too.
Diversity & Inclusion
We pride ourselves on the inclusive environment that’s become a hallmark of OCU Law. We are dedicated to engaging our faculty, students, staff, and administration in equity, social justice, and intercultural awareness both inside and outside of the classroom and offer opportunities for continued learning through first generation programs, cultural month celebrations, and cultural holiday recognition.
Preparing you to practice law comes not only from the classroom but by developing meaningful connections. The OCU Law Mentorship Program brings students together with alumni and members of the local law community, developing and nurturing relationships that will last beyond your law school days.
Food & Clothing Pantry
The OCU Law Food & Clothing Pantry exists to alleviate hunger and food insecurity in our Law School community, as well as provide professional clothing options for those who may not be able to afford them.
The pantry operates confidentially to allow members of the Law School Community to enter the pantry and take what is needed.
Interested in Donating?
Please contact Law Student Services at email@example.com or (405) 208-5332.
Managing your current finances and preparing for the future are all part of the real-world experience offered at OCU Law. To best support our students we partner with AccessLex Institute to offer AccessMAX by AccessLex, an innovative personal finance program created exclusively for law students. Available at no cost, AccessMAX drives the knowledge gain and behavior change essential to improving your financial well-being.
AccessMAX is structured to educate students on loan repayment and personal finance. It combines in-person workshops, online and virtual programming, and one-on-one counseling. It leverages your strengths, addresses your weaknesses, and fits into your demanding schedule.
To provide a comprehensive personal finance education, the AccessMAX program:
- Teaches personal finance in a way that leverages the skills law school attracts and fosters;
- Takes a multi-format approach – including interactive online lessons, webinars, in-person workshops, and one-on-one counseling that lets you define your own path;
- Delivers information in quick and easy-to-understand components to fit into your demanding schedule; and
- Offers scholarship incentives to motivate you to stay on-task and on-schedule – AccessLex® will award over $200,000 through MAX Scholarship drawings during the 2018-2019 academic year!
One of the program’s defining features is its building-block curriculum. During your 1L year, you’ll focus primarily on foundational elements, followed by more advanced instruction in your 2L and 3L years. AccessMAX will be there each step of your law school journey, ensuring you graduate with maximum financial capability.
To get started, go to AccessLex.org/MAXonline. Your name, email address, school, and class year are all you need to login to the program, personalize your experience, and track your progress. No other personal information is required, and all information remains confidential.
OCU Law takes our responsibility to prepare you for a successful professional future seriously. That’s why we’re an AccessMAX school – because we know the best financial habits are learned.