During the temporary absence of an on-campus counselor, the Office of Counseling Services has teamed with CREOKS Health Services to serve as the primary resource for RSU student counseling and mental health needs.
- During this time, you may call or text the Student Affairs mobile phone at 918-373-5854.
- Once contacted, Student Affairs will contact a CREOKS licensed counselor to provide RSU students with an appointment for one to one services.
- These services will be made available via in person or online/tele-therapy modalities.
- The Office of Student Affairs will provide students with the technology and a safe space to facilitate appointments in a confidential and private setting.
→ For Mental Health Emergencies, Call 911
Additional Mental Health Emergency Services:
- 24 hour Crisis Line Grand Lake Mental Health 1-800-722-3611
- Suicide Prevention Hotline 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
- RSU Police Department 24/7 Patrol Phone 918-343-2807
CREOKS is an established, non-profit organization which provides comprehensive health, wellness and social services.
Psychological Emergency After Hours Help:
RSU Campus Police
Grand Lake Mental Health Center Crisis Line (Free and available after 5 pm weekdays and 24 hours on holidays and weekends.)
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
The Counseling Center is staffed by a professional counselor who provides confidential, short-term personal counseling to all currently enrolled Rogers State University students at no charge.
Counseling Services Provided
- Stress management
- Anger management
- Enhancing self-image
- Roommate concerns
- Substance use and abuse
- Career counseling and assessment
- Time management and improving study skills
- Family problems and adjustment to university life
- Work problems
- Grief and loss
- Mediation of conflict
Need an easy, convenient way to de-stress?
Check out Cleveland Clinic Wellness Enterprise on iTunes for free or low cost downloads of relaxation and breathing techniques for the busy student on the go! Applications are compatible with the iPad and iPhone.
ULifeline offers students a mental health screening tool, information and resources about mental health issues geared towards you and how to get help.