Obtain your free student ID from Student Union and Food Services located on the second floor of the Memorial Student Center. Your student ID will serve as your meal ticket, Wellness Center pass, library and computer lab access, and free admission to SWOSU Bulldog athletic events. A SWOSU student ID will also get you discounts around town.
Parking decals (non-expiring) may be obtained at the Campus Police Department located at State and College. Decals are $25 each. The fee will appear on your tuition and fee bill each semester. Decals must be placed on the front lower left hand side of the front window (where Oklahoma State inspection was placed) and to be displayed at all times while parked on or adjacent to university property. Replacements for lost or destroyed decals are available during regular office hours, as well as additional decals for multiple cars. All vehicles parking on or adjacent to university property must properly display the appropriate parking decal.
Buy or Rent textbooks. Visit the University Bookstore, located in Henrietta Mann Hall, to rent, or buy your textbooks. You can also buy or rent books by logging into the My SWOSU portal, click the Campus Connect tab, and click on Buy Books. Rent your textbooks to save up to 50 percent off.
Student Union and Food Services provides and manages all the food on campus. SWOSU offers five locations to eat on campus or use a meal plan.
19 Meal Plan - This plan gives you 19 meals per week (seven days). The 19 meal plan provides the lowest price per meal. It includes three meals each day, Monday through Friday, and brunch and dinner on Saturday and Sunday.
14 Meal Plan - You can select any 14 of the 19 meals we offer during the week. This plan is perfect for students who rarely eat breakfast.
10 Meal Plan - This plan is for the student who works at night, skips meals, or is off campus most of the time.
Commuter Meal Plan - Commuter students can purchase a commuter meal plan (in increments of 10 meals) to use at any point in time.
Flex Dollars can be used in place of cash. If you go over the allotted price for a meal, you can use flex dollars to cover the difference. Flex dollars are accepted at Duke’s Diner, the Food Court, University Market, Grains and Berries Yogurt Shop, Bulldog Beanery and University Bookstore.
Flex Dollars are included with Flex Meal Plans (original Flex Dollars). Original Flex Dollars are non-refundable and must be spent by the end of each semester. Optional Flex Dollars may be added to the original account at any time. Optional Flex Dollars are refundable with a $10 cancellation fee and transferable from one academic year to the next. These dollars can be purchased in the Student Union and Food Services office located on the second floor of the Memorial Student Center. Flex dollars are accepted at Duke’s Diner, Food Court, University Market, Freshens Smoothie Bar, Bulldog Beanery and SWOSU Bookstore.
Your SWOSU ID will serve as your meal card. Any meal plan changes must be made 30 days from the first day of the semester.
For additional information, visit SWOSU Food Service.
The Campus Police provide the following services for students free of charge:
Visit the SWOSU Police Department website for additional information and statistics.
SWOSU Alert is an emergency notification system that will send text messages or emails about weather related closings or other campus alerts. The service is free and voluntary, but you are strongly urged to register. Once registered, you may add an e-mail address or an additional phone number so that a friend or family member also receive the notification. Visit the Campus Police website to sign up to receive the alerts.
The Career Services Office is available to assist students in selecting a major, building a resume, preparing for interviews, and finding part-time or full-time employment. The Career Services Office is located in Stafford 209. For more information contact 580.774.3233 or firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the Career Services website.
Register with College Central Network, the Bulldog Job Board, to search for jobs targeted toward SWOSU students and alumni, upload your resume so that it can be viewed by employers, review your job search history, and receive e-mails about workshops, upcoming job fairs, on-campus interviews and other related topics. To apply for on-campus employment, and to sign up for on-campus interviews you must register on the Bulldog Job Board. Registration is free.
Main computer lab (Stafford 128) is open extended hours to accommodate students.
Hours: Monday – Thursday: 7:30 a.m. – 12 Midnight
Friday: 7:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Sunday: 2 p.m. – 12 Midnight
Many computer labs are available for student use across campus and in the Al Harris Library.
All students need to be aware and comply with A.
Students seeking accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) will need to see the Dean of Students and provide appropriate documentation of their disability and the desired accommodation. The Dean works with students and faculty in the coordination and provision of services. Contact Dr. Ruth Boyd by phone 580.774.7172), e-mail (email@example.com) or visit her office in HAB 208B.
ABC’s of SWOSU
ADA Documentation of Disabilities
ADA Documentation Guidelines for a Disability
FERPA (Federal Education Right to Privacy Act)
Health and Counseling Services is located in the Wellness Center. Office hours are Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. and 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. To schedule an appointment, call 580.774.3776.
Health Services – A registered nurse is available to see students during regular business hours. Services provided include but are not limited to:
There is not a charge to see the university nurse. A charge of $10 applies for a physician visit made with a local physician contracted with SWOSU. For a complete list of tests and prices, visit the Health Services website.
Immunizations Required - Oklahoma state law requires all full or part-time students to have on file with Student Health Services written documentation of vaccination against Hepatitis B and Measles, Mumps, and Rubella (MMR). In addition, first-time enrollees who will be living on campus must be vaccinated against meningococcal disease. For more information, visit SWOSU Health Services or contact Student Health Services at 580.774.3776.
Counseling Services - Students seek counseling at Student Counseling Services for a variety of reasons. Some of which are depression, anxiety, stress, homesickness, grief, abuse and relationship problems. SWOSU has two Licensed Professional Counselors (LPCs) on staff. What is discussed with a counselor is completely confidential. Typically Counseling Services sees clients an average of four to six weeks, however, in extenuating circumstances, the process may extend beyond this limit.
Additional information is available at SWOSU Counseling Services. To schedule an appointment with a counselor call 580.774.3776
When you hear the word “library,” most likely the first thing that comes to mind is “books.” While the SWOSU library is mostly filled with books, you might be surprised at what else they offer. From popular DVD’s and audio books, to laptops that can be checked out, and podcasting equipment, the SWOSU library is filled with great resources. The Lay-Z-Boy recliners and flat screen TVs are a nice touch also. The Al Harris Library has gone to great lengths to extend their resources into the digital age.
Visit the Al Harris Library website to discover all the great resources available.
The SWOSU campus is home to five residence halls: Stewart Hall, Oklahoma Hall, Neff Hall, and Henrietta Mann North and South Halls. Most residents stay in double occupancy rooms, however, a limited number of private rooms are available depending on availability. Our rooms vary in size but all come with two standard twin beds, two desks, two chairs, and closet space and chests of drawers for two. All rooms are equipped with free utilities, cable TV, and wireless internet access. Each building has its own laundry facilities, study areas, lounges with big screen televisions, and recreation rooms outfitted with pool tables, foosball, and other entertainment.
Individual academic departments offer free tutoring for students. Tutors are upper-level students majoring in the area in which students are having problems and have typically already taken the lower-level courses. Check here for tutoring hours, locations and subject areas.
The Writing Center is located in the Al Harris Library, Basement B3.
Students working on papers, speeches, or presentations may drop in and see a Writing Center consultant. Call 580.774.7083 to ask for an appointment or e-mail them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click here for the Writing Center hours. Students at all levels, writing papers in any discipline, may benefit from discussing their writing with trained Writing Center student consultants. Consultants will be happy to discuss papers at any stage of development, even before there is a draft, and students are welcome to attend sessions more than once while working on a project. Both strong writers and struggling writers can enjoy receiving thoughtful feedback on papers, speeches, and presentations.
Thank you for serving our country! We are glad you have chosen SWOSU to obtain your education. If you need addition information about receiving benefits, visit the Veterans Affairs page.
Intramurals/Wellness Program - Flag football, softball, rappelling, sand and court volleyball, aerobics, basketball, fun runs, Pilates, kickboxing and Zumba classes. All classes dependent upon the availability of a teacher. Sign up in the Wellness Center for classes and intramurals. Visit http://www.swosu.edu/students/intramurals/ for a schedule of intramural events.
Student Organizations – SWOSU offers more than 70 student organizations including Orientation Leaders, Student Government, Collegiate Activities Board, academic organizations in every area, social fraternities and sororities, political affiliations, religious organizations and more. Organizations are a great opportunity to get involved on campus, meet other students and build your resume. Click here to view a complete list of the student organizations or visit the Dean of Students Office, Stafford 214.
Crowder Lake University Park - Visit Crowder Lake any day of the week from 1:00 p.m. until sundown to canoe, rock climb, hike, and fish for free with a student ID. To fish you must have an Oklahoma fishing license. Camping is available at a discounted price for SWOSU students.
|Situation||Whom to Contact / Where to Go||Phone|
|Academic Program||Academic Advisor|
|Academic Grievance||Student Handbook: See website|
|Activities Scheduling||Dean of Students, STF 214||774-3767|
|ADA Information||Dean of Students, STF 214||774-3767|
|Add or Drop a Class||Academic Advisor & Registrar Office, ADM 108||774-3777|
|Admissions||Registrar Office, ADM 108||774-3777|
|Change a Major||Academic Advisor|
|Change of Name or Address||Registrar Office, ADM 108||774-3777|
|Clubs and Organizations||Dean of Students, STF 214||774-3767|
|Counseling Services||Student Counseling Services, Wellness Center||774-3776|
|Credit Evaluation||Academic Advisor or Registrar||774-3777|
|Employment on Campus||Human Resources, ADM 101||774-3275|
|Filing for Student Elections||Student Senate Office, 120 W College||774-0615|
|Financial Assistance||Student Financial Services, STF 224||774-3786|
|Health Services||Student Health Services, Wellness Center||774-3776|
|Housing Information||Residence Life, Neff, 103||774-3024|
|Make Up on Incomplete Grades||Instructor|
|Obtaining Calendar Dates & Event||Dean of Students, STF 214||774-3767|
|Placement (Jobs after Graduation)||Career Services STF 209||774-3233|
|Posting Fliers||Dean of Students, STF 214||774-3767|
|Problems in Courses||Instructor|
|Student Career Services||Career Services STF. 209||774-3233|
|Student Government||Student Senate, 120 W. College 774-0615 Fax||774-0612|
|Testing||Assessment Office, 8th & College St. 45||774-3084|
|Transcripts||Registrar Office, ADM 108||774-3777|
|Vehicle-Parking Fines & Appeals||Campus Police, College & State St||774-3111|
|Vehicle Registration||Campus Police, College & State St.||774-3111|
|Veteran Assistance||Registrar Office, ADM 108||774-3008|
|Withdrawing from the University||Registrar Office, ADM 108||774-3777|
|Degree Check||Registrar Office||774-3777|
|Graduation Fees||Cashier Window, ADM 111||774-3019|
|Class Ring||University Bookstore||774-3245|
|Cap and Gown||University Bookstore||774-3245|
|Alumni Magazine||Burton House||774-3267|
|Alumni Membership||Burton House||774-3267|
|Alumni Dues||Burton House||774-3267|
|EMERGENCY PHONE NUMBERS|
|Student Health Center||774-3776|
Scholarship opportunities are available to students. The SWOSU Foundation Scholarships deadline is March 1. Scholarships are also available through getting involved in student organizations and through academic departments.
All Oklahoma resident undergraduate students will be considered for the Continuing Student Tuition Waiver Scholarship.
This fund is awarded competitively based upon a point total comprised 50 percent by their cumulative college grade point average, 25 percent by the most recent fall semester grade point average and 25 percent by the most recent spring semester grade point average. In using this method, annually a student's ability to earn an award depends half on their cumulative work and half on the academic merit shown during the most recent year. Students must also complete 24 hours of undergraduate work in fall and spring.
Scholarship values vary annually based upon the pool of applicants, but typically vary from 12 to six credit hours of tuition paid per semester for those who qualify.
For more information about financial aid opportunities visit http://www.swosu.edusite://Administration/sfs/index.aspx.
The Bursar’s Office located in the Administration Building, Room 109 can help students with payments and small loans. Below is a list of services available to students:
Book vouchers are available for students to purchase books if their financial aid has not arrived. Vouchers can be obtained by visiting the scholarship coordinator (Administration 109).
Online Bill Pay
Students may pay tuition online with a credit card. Log into your My SWOSU portal, click the Campus Connect tab, click on Review/Pay Account, select a term code, then click pay by credit card.
Southwestern Oklahoma State University has partnered with Heartland ECSI to deliver student refunds electronically. Student refunds are processed by the Bursar's Office on Wednesday and Friday during the semester.
The SWOSU Student Handbook is a source of information and listing of campus policies and procedures. The Student Handbook is available online.