The Counseling Center offers support and sessions to current OC students plus faculty, staff and family by appointment.
If you need immediate assistance, please reach out to one of the following numbers that corresponds with your needs.
University Counseling Center
For emergency situations during office hours, call OC's University Counseling Center.
During the semester, while classes are in session, counselors can be contacted via the OC Campus police.
Other Emergency Services
|CONTACT Telephone Help Line||405.848.2273|
|Oklahoma County Crisis Intervention Center||405.522.8100|
|YWCA Domestic Violence Statewide Safeline||800.522.7233|
|YWCA Domestic Violence Hotline||405.917.9922|
|Edmond Medical Center||405.341.6100|
|Mercy Health Center|
Student Assistance by Mercy - Call SAM
|St. Anthony Medical Center||405.272.7000|
|Integris Baptist Medical Center||405.949.3011|
|Midwest Regional Medical Center||405.610.4411|
Fees & Hours
There are no fees for one-time crisis visits, intake visits or group counseling sessions. Students may pay in cash, check or via student account and fees are as follows: Sessions 2- 6 are $10, 7-11 $15, 12-16 $20, 17+ $25. OC faculty, staff and immediate family members are $50 per session.
Fall and spring semester hours are 8 - 11 a.m. and 1 - 4:30 p.m. on Monday through Friday.
The OC counseling center is open on Wednesdays and you must be a current OC student or recent OC graduate to make an appointment, which are limited based on availability and $25 each.
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UCC Confidentiality Statement & Hippa Notice
Psychologists' and Licensed Professional Counselors' Policies and Practices
Your health information is confidential and unique to you. So, it is important for you to learn more about your information and its relationship with the UCC.