Wellness Dimension: Emotional Programs

Student uses stress management equipment at OSU's REBOOT Center

Emotional: Emotional well being enables an individual to be able to function positively in society and meet the demands of everyday life. A positive sense of well-being which enables an individual to be able to function in society and meet the demands of everyday life; people in good mental health have the ability to recover effectively from illness, change or misfortune. Everyday emotional well-being also involves identifying, building upon, and operating from your strengths rather than focusing on fixing problems or weaknesses. The better you are able to master your emotions, the greater your capacity to enjoy life, cope with stress, and focus on important personal priorities.

  • Mental Health & Wellbeing
  • Self-Compassion
  • Resilience
  • Stress Management
  • Confidence/Self-Affirmation

Wellness Programs at OSU

This website provides a list of AA meetings in the Stillwater area along with information about the program of recovery and includes links to literature and FAQs. 

The Alcohol and Substance Abuse Center (ASAC) is committed to providing quality, confidential services for OSU students affected by problems related to substance abuse. We promote and provide innovative, campus-based services that improve the well-being and quality of life for students.

Extension Fact Sheets - Oklahoma's source for research-based information on a wide variety of subjects including health, wellness and nutrition, agriculture, economic development, family and consumer sciences, and youth development. There are thousands of fact sheets available for browsing.

Through education and service, our academic program, student major's club, and Health & Human Performance Lab act as a clearing house for health information, strive to build leadership capacity in health promotion, and model healthy lifestyle choices for the Tulsa community.  Through outreach

Oklahoma ABLE Tech is the statewide Assistive Technology Act Program located at OSU in Stillwater.  ABLE Tech's mission is to improved access to and acquisition of assistive technology (AT) for individuals with disabilities of all ages.  ABLE Tech provides AT through comprehensive statewide progr

Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service county educators and area, district and state specialists develop science-based educational programs to help Oklahomans solve local issues and concerns, promote leadership and manage resources wisely. 

Whether you are a gardener or just enjoy the diverse beauty that Oklahoma has to offer, you will enjoy watching the Oklahoma Gardening television program. 

OSU Prevention Programs covers Payne, Pawnee, Noble, Kay, and Osage counties doing prevention of alcohol, tobacco, and prescription drugs with local communities.

OSU-Tulsa's vision includes broadening the University's research capabilities and activities in the Tulsa metropolitan area. As the newest member of the OSU system, the Tulsa campus brings a new dimension to the university's research mission.

Pet therapy dog greets students in the union

OSU's Pet Therapy Program, Pete's Pet Posse, has been designed and developed to enhance wellness programming and positively impact America's HEALTHIEST Campus ®.

Since 1989, OSU Prevention Programs have been an integral part in the evolution of community-based prevention, which has progressed from concept to recognized science.

The Reboot Center offers FREE services to help STUDENTS develop stress management skills. It is an inviting space to relax, re-charge and re-focus.

The staff of Student Conduct Education and Administration contact and meet with students to assess situations of possible non-academic misconduct as described in the Student Code of Conduct.

Hours: M-F, 8 am to noon and 1 to 5 pm. If you are a student in crisis, an on-call counselor is available. After 5 p.m. and on weekends, counseling staff may be reached through the OSU Police, 405-744-6523.

The Certified Healthy Department program is designed to promote wellness and health across campus in a variety of ways.

The Cowboy Walking Trails were designed to focus on health and increase activity among our OSU family. Outdoor trails are conveniently located throughout campus and marked with bronze medallions. Indoor walking trails are found inside the Student Union. 

The Family and Consumer Sciences Extension unit of Cooperative Extension is made up of human scientists (i.e., county educators and extension specialists) from Oklahoma State University who focus on issues that affect our daily lives.

The OSU-Tulsa Wellness Center's mission is to enhance the quality of life of students, faculty and staff through improved physical and mental development that leads to a healthy and rewarding life.

University Counseling Services is composed of the ADA Compliance Office, Alcohol and Substance Abuse Center, Reboot Center, Student Counseling Center, Student Conduct Education and Administration and Student Disability Services.

The Alcohol and Substance Abuse Center (ASAC) is committed to providing quality, confidential services for OSU students affected by problems related to substance abuse. We promote and provide innovative, campus-based services that improve the well-being and quality of life for students.

The Arthritis Foundation Exercise Program is a tailored, low-impact, group exercise, and education program designed specifically for people with arthritis and related diseases.

The B.A.L.A.N.C.E. Program is a 14-week program designed for persons with measurable risk factors for Metabolic Syndrome.  The goal of the program is to help participants develop and maintain a healthy lifestyle and achieve their optimal level of health and fitness. 

Cowboy Cooking School is a series of cooking demonstration classes offered each semester. Each session will show you how to create healthy and flavorful dishes using a variety of culinary skills.

Through education and service, our academic program, student major's club, and Health & Human Performance Lab act as a clearing house for health information, strive to build leadership capacity in health promotion, and model healthy lifestyle choices for the Tulsa community.  Through outreach

Intramural Sports is the largest student program on campus with over 50 sport/activities offered each year.  Students, faculty and staff are encouraged to participate at anytime during the year.  Last year totaled nearly 75,000 participations! 

The Department of Wellness offers nutrition counseling for OSU students, faculty, and staff. Nutrition counseling examines individual eating habits and their relationship to health and disease.

Oklahoma ABLE Tech is the statewide Assistive Technology Act Program located at OSU in Stillwater.  ABLE Tech's mission is to improved access to and acquisition of assistive technology (AT) for individuals with disabilities of all ages.  ABLE Tech provides AT through comprehensive statewide progr

OSU Students at Career Fair

OSU Career Services offers healthy career choices. We have personal career consultants who meet on-on-one with students and alums regarding major/career decision-making, job search (on- & off-campus student employment, internships, and full-time career employment), resume critique.

Sport Clubs are recognized OSU student organizations designed to promote a non-varsity sport or recreational activity. A sport club program provides three basic opportunities to its clientele: instruction, recreation & leisure, and competition. 

OSU-Tulsa's vision includes broadening the University's research capabilities and activities in the Tulsa metropolitan area. As the newest member of the OSU system, the Tulsa campus brings a new dimension to the university's research mission.

Founded in 1946, Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology is a recognized leader in applied technology education and is known for world-class teaching facilities, partnerships with industry, and a nearly 100% career placement rate. 

It is easy to get lost in college; there are new people, new places and new priorities. Staying found is the opposite of getting lost. As a gathering point for all students from all across campus, Outdoor Adventure is a place to stay found.

Outdoor Adventure Challenge Course Low Elements

It is easy to get lost in college; there are new people, new places and new priorities. Staying found is the opposite of getting lost. As a gathering point for all students from all across campus, Outdoor Adventure is a place to stay found.

Stress can come from any event or thought that makes you feel frustrated, angry, or nervous. Anxiety is a feeling of fear, unease, and worry.

Personal Yoga Training is one of the best ways to  learn yoga and develop a personalized practice. The training can eliminate the the intimidation factor associated with attending a group class and help you achieve your 'yoga' goal.

Pet therapy dog greets students in the union

OSU's Pet Therapy Program, Pete's Pet Posse, has been designed and developed to enhance wellness programming and positively impact America's HEALTHIEST Campus ®.

Since 1989, OSU Prevention Programs have been an integral part in the evolution of community-based prevention, which has progressed from concept to recognized science.

The Reboot Center offers FREE services to help STUDENTS develop stress management skills. It is an inviting space to relax, re-charge and re-focus.

Free nutrition classes for Students, OSU Faculty/Staff benefits eligible employees and Department of Wellness Community Members.

The staff of Student Conduct Education and Administration contact and meet with students to assess situations of possible non-academic misconduct as described in the Student Code of Conduct.

Hours: M-F, 8 am to noon and 1 to 5 pm. If you are a student in crisis, an on-call counselor is available. After 5 p.m. and on weekends, counseling staff may be reached through the OSU Police, 405-744-6523.

This program is designed as a tool to help educate and motivate you in getting fit and maintaining a healthy lifestyle. For many of you, this might be a beginning step. As for others, living a healthy lifestyle might be a normal routine and you are simply looking for more motivation or new ways.

The Botanic Garden at OSU provides a place to relax, volunteer, and learn. From youth activities to yoga, gardening to walking the trails, TBG plays an essential role in wellness. 

The Colvin Recreation Center re-opened in 2004 after a $20 million renovation.

 The Employee Assistance Program gives confidential counseling, support, resources and information for personal and work-life issues. These services are provided at no charge to benefit eligible employees and their dependents. 

The Family and Consumer Sciences Extension unit of Cooperative Extension is made up of human scientists (i.e., county educators and extension specialists) from Oklahoma State University who focus on issues that affect our daily lives.

The HR Department supports all dimensions of health primarily focusing on employee health and reduction of healthcare cost. HR provides training and services related to health insurance and other benefits programs, retirement planning, and workers' compensation programs. 

The Junior Master Gardener program provides youth with education in horticulture, ecology, entomology, service learning, careers, wildlife, nutrition and more! The Oklahoma state coordinator for JMG is Dr. Shelley Mitchell with the OSU Department of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture.

The OSU-Tulsa Wellness Center's mission is to enhance the quality of life of students, faculty and staff through improved physical and mental development that leads to a healthy and rewarding life.

The Psychological Services Center (PSC) at Oklahoma State University provides therapeutic and assessment services to children, adolescents, and adults. Services are available to residents of Stillwater and the surrounding community, as well as to OSU students, faculty, and staff.

The Seretean Memorial Wellness Walk is an annual event designed to benefit OSU's United Way effort. The Walk is named in honor of M.B. "Bud" Seretean, an OSU alumni and benefactor who believed in the value of health and wellness.

The Department of Wellness at Oklahoma State University offers programs and services for complete health and wellness of the mind and body for faculty, staff, students and Wellness members.

University Counseling Services is composed of the ADA Compliance Office, Alcohol and Substance Abuse Center, Reboot Center, Student Counseling Center, Student Conduct Education and Administration and Student Disability Services.

AHC Innovators enhance living America’s Healthiest Campus® by communicating, engaging, and collaborating within their departments. Encouraging healthy lifestyles while at work - where we spend most of our time - benefits OSU’s employees, students, and communities.

The Department of Wellness offers a free luncheon on the third Wednesday of each month. Each program features a wellness topic to create awareness and provide education on healthy living.

Wellness Workshops are provided free of charge by the Department of Wellness and are perfect for staff meetings and in-service training sessions.  A variety of topics are available, including:

There is no better way to unwind at the end of a long day than through yoga practice and guided relaxation – and what finer place to practice than the tranquil setting of The Botanic Garden. Shed the worries of the day and welcome nature’s energy into body, mind and spirit.

In a Yoga Therapy session, yoga techniques (postures, breathing exercises, relaxation/mediation practices) are customized for specific health challenges.

The Research Laboratory in the Department of Psychology investigates how and why people make important health behavior changes and developing interventions to bring about changes in at-risk populations.

Through education and service, our academic program, student major's club, and Health & Human Performance Lab act as a clearing house for health information, strive to build leadership capacity in health promotion, and model healthy lifestyle choices for the Tulsa community.  Through outreach

The mission of OSU’s rapidly growing Health Education & Promotion (HEP) program is to develop students who can provide preventative health services in community, corporate, or clinical settings.  Students can choose between options in Community Health or Exercise & Health.  Upon completio

Oklahoma ABLE Tech is the statewide Assistive Technology Act Program located at OSU in Stillwater.  ABLE Tech's mission is to improved access to and acquisition of assistive technology (AT) for individuals with disabilities of all ages.  ABLE Tech provides AT through comprehensive statewide progr

OSU-Tulsa's vision includes broadening the University's research capabilities and activities in the Tulsa metropolitan area. As the newest member of the OSU system, the Tulsa campus brings a new dimension to the university's research mission.

The Center for Research of Attention and Behavior offers free comprehensive assessments for boys and girls, ages 8-12, in exchange for participation in our research study.

The Colvin Recreation Center re-opened in 2004 after a $20 million renovation.

The Family and Consumer Sciences Extension unit of Cooperative Extension is made up of human scientists (i.e., county educators and extension specialists) from Oklahoma State University who focus on issues that affect our daily lives.

The OSU-Tulsa Wellness Center's mission is to enhance the quality of life of students, faculty and staff through improved physical and mental development that leads to a healthy and rewarding life.

Extension Fact Sheets - Oklahoma's source for research-based information on a wide variety of subjects including health, wellness and nutrition, agriculture, economic development, family and consumer sciences, and youth development. There are thousands of fact sheets available for browsing.

Through education and service, our academic program, student major's club, and Health & Human Performance Lab act as a clearing house for health information, strive to build leadership capacity in health promotion, and model healthy lifestyle choices for the Tulsa community.  Through outreach

Oklahoma ABLE Tech is the statewide Assistive Technology Act Program located at OSU in Stillwater.  ABLE Tech's mission is to improved access to and acquisition of assistive technology (AT) for individuals with disabilities of all ages.  ABLE Tech provides AT through comprehensive statewide progr

Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service county educators and area, district and state specialists develop science-based educational programs to help Oklahomans solve local issues and concerns, promote leadership and manage resources wisely. 

Whether you are a gardener or just enjoy the diverse beauty that Oklahoma has to offer, you will enjoy watching the Oklahoma Gardening television program. 

OSU Prevention Programs covers Payne, Pawnee, Noble, Kay, and Osage counties doing prevention of alcohol, tobacco, and prescription drugs with local communities.

Sport Clubs are recognized OSU student organizations designed to promote a non-varsity sport or recreational activity. A sport club program provides three basic opportunities to its clientele: instruction, recreation & leisure, and competition. 

Founded in 1946, Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology is a recognized leader in applied technology education and is known for world-class teaching facilities, partnerships with industry, and a nearly 100% career placement rate. 

Since 1989, OSU Prevention Programs have been an integral part in the evolution of community-based prevention, which has progressed from concept to recognized science.

Free nutrition classes for Students, OSU Faculty/Staff benefits eligible employees and Department of Wellness Community Members.

The Botanic Garden at OSU provides a place to relax, volunteer, and learn. From youth activities to yoga, gardening to walking the trails, TBG plays an essential role in wellness. 

The Colvin Recreation Center re-opened in 2004 after a $20 million renovation.

The Family and Consumer Sciences Extension unit of Cooperative Extension is made up of human scientists (i.e., county educators and extension specialists) from Oklahoma State University who focus on issues that affect our daily lives.

The Junior Master Gardener program provides youth with education in horticulture, ecology, entomology, service learning, careers, wildlife, nutrition and more! The Oklahoma state coordinator for JMG is Dr. Shelley Mitchell with the OSU Department of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture.

Through education and service, our academic program, student major's club, and Health & Human Performance Lab act as a clearing house for health information, strive to build leadership capacity in health promotion, and model healthy lifestyle choices for the Tulsa community.  Through outreach

The mission of OSU’s rapidly growing Health Education & Promotion (HEP) program is to develop students who can provide preventative health services in community, corporate, or clinical settings.  Students can choose between options in Community Health or Exercise & Health.  Upon completio

Intramural Sports is the largest student program on campus with over 50 sport/activities offered each year.  Students, faculty and staff are encouraged to participate at anytime during the year.  Last year totaled nearly 75,000 participations! 

Oklahoma ABLE Tech is the statewide Assistive Technology Act Program located at OSU in Stillwater.  ABLE Tech's mission is to improved access to and acquisition of assistive technology (AT) for individuals with disabilities of all ages.  ABLE Tech provides AT through comprehensive statewide progr

Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service county educators and area, district and state specialists develop science-based educational programs to help Oklahomans solve local issues and concerns, promote leadership and manage resources wisely. 

OSU Students at Career Fair

OSU Career Services offers healthy career choices. We have personal career consultants who meet on-on-one with students and alums regarding major/career decision-making, job search (on- & off-campus student employment, internships, and full-time career employment), resume critique.

Founded in 2014, the mission of the Oklahoma State University MPH program is to improve the health and wellbeing of rural communities and underserved populations through interdisciplinary education, research, service, and outreach.

OSU Prevention Programs covers Payne, Pawnee, Noble, Kay, and Osage counties doing prevention of alcohol, tobacco, and prescription drugs with local communities.

Sport Clubs are recognized OSU student organizations designed to promote a non-varsity sport or recreational activity. A sport club program provides three basic opportunities to its clientele: instruction, recreation & leisure, and competition. 

OSU-Tulsa's vision includes broadening the University's research capabilities and activities in the Tulsa metropolitan area. As the newest member of the OSU system, the Tulsa campus brings a new dimension to the university's research mission.

It is easy to get lost in college; there are new people, new places and new priorities. Staying found is the opposite of getting lost. As a gathering point for all students from all across campus, Outdoor Adventure is a place to stay found.

Outdoor Adventure Challenge Course Low Elements

It is easy to get lost in college; there are new people, new places and new priorities. Staying found is the opposite of getting lost. As a gathering point for all students from all across campus, Outdoor Adventure is a place to stay found.

Stress can come from any event or thought that makes you feel frustrated, angry, or nervous. Anxiety is a feeling of fear, unease, and worry.

Personal Yoga Training is one of the best ways to  learn yoga and develop a personalized practice. The training can eliminate the the intimidation factor associated with attending a group class and help you achieve your 'yoga' goal.

Share the W.E.A.L.T.H. is a peer health education program established in response to the health issues concerning OSU students. The principle goals of Share the W.E.A.L.T.H. are to:

Free nutrition classes for Students, OSU Faculty/Staff benefits eligible employees and Department of Wellness Community Members.

The Botanic Garden at OSU provides a place to relax, volunteer, and learn. From youth activities to yoga, gardening to walking the trails, TBG plays an essential role in wellness. 

The Colvin Recreation Center re-opened in 2004 after a $20 million renovation.

 The Employee Assistance Program gives confidential counseling, support, resources and information for personal and work-life issues. These services are provided at no charge to benefit eligible employees and their dependents. 

The Family and Consumer Sciences Extension unit of Cooperative Extension is made up of human scientists (i.e., county educators and extension specialists) from Oklahoma State University who focus on issues that affect our daily lives.

The HR Department supports all dimensions of health primarily focusing on employee health and reduction of healthcare cost. HR provides training and services related to health insurance and other benefits programs, retirement planning, and workers' compensation programs. 

The Junior Master Gardener program provides youth with education in horticulture, ecology, entomology, service learning, careers, wildlife, nutrition and more! The Oklahoma state coordinator for JMG is Dr. Shelley Mitchell with the OSU Department of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture.

The OSU-Tulsa Wellness Center's mission is to enhance the quality of life of students, faculty and staff through improved physical and mental development that leads to a healthy and rewarding life.

The Department of Wellness at Oklahoma State University offers programs and services for complete health and wellness of the mind and body for faculty, staff, students and Wellness members.

AHC Innovators enhance living America’s Healthiest Campus® by communicating, engaging, and collaborating within their departments. Encouraging healthy lifestyles while at work - where we spend most of our time - benefits OSU’s employees, students, and communities.

Wellness State is a peer health education program specifically developed to address the health issues of the freshman student at OSU.  The educational programs are designed to integrate health education and technology in the classroom.The content of the modules is consistent with:

The Department of Wellness offers a free luncheon on the the third Wednesday of each month.  Each program features a wellness topic to create awareness and provide education on healthy living.  A heart healthy lunch is provided by our nutrition staff and the program is free of charge.  Pre-regist

The Department of Wellness offers a free luncheon on the third Wednesday of each month. Each program features a wellness topic to create awareness and provide education on healthy living.

There is no better way to unwind at the end of a long day than through yoga practice and guided relaxation – and what finer place to practice than the tranquil setting of The Botanic Garden. Shed the worries of the day and welcome nature’s energy into body, mind and spirit.

In a Yoga Therapy session, yoga techniques (postures, breathing exercises, relaxation/mediation practices) are customized for specific health challenges.

Oklahoma ABLE Tech is the statewide Assistive Technology Act Program located at OSU in Stillwater.  ABLE Tech's mission is to improved access to and acquisition of assistive technology (AT) for individuals with disabilities of all ages.  ABLE Tech provides AT through comprehensive statewide progr

OSU Prevention Programs covers Payne, Pawnee, Noble, Kay, and Osage counties doing prevention of alcohol, tobacco, and prescription drugs with local communities.

OSU-Tulsa's vision includes broadening the University's research capabilities and activities in the Tulsa metropolitan area. As the newest member of the OSU system, the Tulsa campus brings a new dimension to the university's research mission.

Founded in 1946, Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology is a recognized leader in applied technology education and is known for world-class teaching facilities, partnerships with industry, and a nearly 100% career placement rate. 

The HR Department supports all dimensions of health primarily focusing on employee health and reduction of healthcare cost. HR provides training and services related to health insurance and other benefits programs, retirement planning, and workers' compensation programs. 

The OSU-Tulsa Wellness Center's mission is to enhance the quality of life of students, faculty and staff through improved physical and mental development that leads to a healthy and rewarding life.