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Last Updated: May 24, 2023     Views: 62

Wellness Services offers enrolled students short-term counseling and connection to community resources. With the exception of situations that may threaten a student's safety or the safety of others, visits to Wellness Services are confidential and are not tied to academic records. They are a campus-wide service and can be accessed by calling 918-595-7269 or emailing wellness@tulsacc.edu

View their virtual drop-in "Let's Talk" hours and other counseling information here. 

 

wellness@tulsacc.edu
 
 

ULifeline offers confidential self-screening tools and information for 4 of the most common mental health conditions that college students face. If a person screens positive for a disorder, it does not mean that they have that diagnosis; it means that they should follow up with a physician or mental health provider for further evaluation. For more information, resources or to take the screening, visit: http://www.ulifeline.org/TulsaCC/