University Counseling Services is a service provided to Oklahoma City University students which is designed to help you address concerns, come to a greater understanding of yourself, and learn effective personal and interpersonal coping strategies.
Individual and Group Counseling is offered. (4-6 sessions of individual counseling per semester). Presentations are also offered on a variety of topics. These services are free of charge.
We also provide Suicide Prevention and Awareness Training through QPR (question, presuade, refer).
The University Counselor is available for appointments Monday - Friday, from 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. on the main campus in Walker Hall (northwest wing on the first floor, enter from blue awning on north side of building facing Banning Hall).
Mindy Windholz is also available for office hours at the law school on Wednesdays 9 a.m. - 1p.m. by appointment.
Please call to make an appointment or you may stop by to make an appointment. The office has a voice mail answering system. If you do not wish to leave a message, wait and call again. If you do leave a message, during office hours, someone will return your call as promptly as possible.
Contact: Mindy Windholz
If you have an emergency during office hours, call 405-208-7901. If you have an emergency after hours, please contact the OCU Police Department at 405-208-5991.
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For emergencies during office hours, call 405-208-7902. If you have an emergency after hours, please contact the Oklahoma City University Police Department at 405-208-5991.
The Office of Student Services offers student success plan and career counseling, works with student organizations, plans programs and events, assists students with housing, coordinates health and wellness programs, and serves as a resource and sounding board for students as they navigate their way through the Law School.
Our dedicated staff is here to provide support and guidance in the professional development of each and every OCU law student. Our goal is to enrich your rigorous law school experience with substantive resources and invaluable tools to help you prepare for a successful career in the practice of law.
Student Success Program
Career Development and Student Programming
Student Life and Student Organizations
Oklahoma Licensed Legal Intern Program
Pro Bono and Public Interest Law Program
3L/4L Countdown to Commencement
Chesapeake Energy Student Services, Suite 330
405.208.5332 | email@example.com
Students are encouraged to come to Student Services to discuss academic plans, questions about the profession, personal concerns, summer activities, and other matters. You are welcome to schedule appointments or stop by on a drop-in basis.
Alana Haynes House
Assistant Dean for Student Services
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email@example.com | 405-208-5836
Director of Student Success
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Bianca J. Bryant
Director of Career Development & Student Programming
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Academic Achievement programs complement the law school’s traditional educational methods for developing students’ analytical and critical reasoning skills by providing students with additional learning opportunities. The Department of Academic Achievement teaches, administers, and coordinates various academic programs designed to maximize individual performance in law school and on the bar exam. For example the Study for Success program includes supplemental instruction in your classes and instruction in study techniques to maximize your success in law school.
Additionally, the Department of Academic Achievement created a supplemental preparation program during your last semester of law school leading up to the bar exam to help you Conquer the Bar!
Oklahoma City University Law and the Department of Academic Achievement are committed to providing you all the resources needed to be successful in law school, on the bar exam, and in your future career.
Oklahoma City University Law Academic Achievement is located within Suite 315. It is open 8-6 Monday-Thursday and Friday 8-5.
The Aduddell Fitness Center is located on the main campus just south of Dawson-Loeffler Science and Mathematics Center. The Aduddell Fitness Center is a (4,800 sq. ft.) state of the art facility. This facility features treadmills, ellipticals, stairmasters and stationary bikes. The fitness center has a large selection of machine and free weights. The fitness center has qualified personnel on staff to assist you with all your weight-training needs.