Student Resources

The University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center boasts over 90 registered student organizations (RSOs).  RSOs cover a wide variety of interest including academic initiatives, special interest groups, recreational sports, religious groups, honor societies, hobbies, culture clubs and more.   

Registration does not imply university endorsement of the purposes of the organization.Membership in student organizations cannot be restricted by gender, race, color, religion, national origin, age, disability or veteran status. Membership may be restricted by academic area, level of education (undergraduate, graduate, professional, etc.) or other academic/professional status.

African American Student Association (AASA)

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A campus-wide organization opened to all students for membership and involvement. The organization strives to celebrate the African-American culture through campus-wide programming and events. Involvement provides a wonderful opportunity for our community to unite, discuss and serve the needs of the African-American community. 






Asian American Professional Student Association (AAPSA)

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The Asian American Professional Student Association’s mission is to promote Asian cultural awareness on the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center campus. AAPSA is a campus-wide organization open to all students for membership and involvement. The organization celebrates the Asian American culture through campus-wide programming and events. Involvement provides a wonderful opportunity for our community to unite, discuss and serve the needs of the Asian American community.





Hispanic American Student Association (HASA)

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The purpose of the Hispanic American Student Association is to promote involvement and cultural awareness in the Hispanic American community among students of the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center campus. HASA is dedicated to reaching out to the Hispanic-Latino community through providing health care services and activities that celebrate the cultures, promote education, opportunities and facilitate a sense of community of students, faculty and staff.



International Student Organization (ISO)

The purpose of the International Student Organization is to provide a broader spectrum of our great world. This organization provides socials events, cultural programs, and as well as support to international students. ISO promotes cultural exchange between the campus and the community and represent almost every area of the world.


Native American Student Association (NASA)

NASA is a campus-wide organization open to all students for membership and involvement. The organization strives to celebrate the Native American culture through campus-wide programming and events. Involvement provides a wonderful opportunity for our community to unite, discuss and serve the needs of the Native American community.


Oklahoma City Chinese Student's and Scholar's Association (OKCCSSA)

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OKCCSSA is an independent, non-political, non-profit organization of the Chinese Students and Scholars (CSS), by the CSS, and for the CSS. Our goals are to assist Chinese students and scholars at the OUHSC and share Chinese culture with the entire university.


Visit the OKCCSSA webpage.




HSC Cousins

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HSC Cousins provides understanding, friendship and unity among American and International/Exchange students on the HSC campus. The program provides numerous venues for social interaction and opportunities for cultural exploration. You and your Cousin determine your level of interaction – be creative and have fun with this program!

Learn more by clicking here



Lactation Room Locations

OU College of Allied Health

One of the rooms in the Office of Academic & Student Services suite (AHB 1009), is designated as a pumping/breastfeeding room. Check with receptionist to use the room.

OU College of Dentistry

Room DCSB 501. Has a sink, mirror, comfortable chair, and table. Room locks from inside. Do not need to schedule access. Bring your own pump.

OU College of Medicine

Basic Science Education Building (BSEB), Room 273

A dual purpose room for study group and lactation needs. Check in room 100 to schedule for lactation needs per Kayla McNeill, 405-271-2424 ext 48531.

BioMedical Science Building (BMSB), Room 138

Contact the College of Medicine Dean’s office at 271-2265 x 48500 for access. Bring your own pump.

OU College of Nursing

One of the study rooms by the computer lab, CNB 143, is designated as a pumping/breastfeeding room.  Key available from the receptionist in main office area on 1stfloor. Bring your own pump.

OU College of Pharmacy

The room is CPB-242. There is a comfortable lounger with ottoman and a couple of tables. It is across the hall from a restroom and is strictly BYOP (bring your own pump).

Access is coordinated through Rita Pierce in the Dean’s Office (CPB-133).

OU Health Sciences Center

Service Center Building, Room 103B

Call 271-2399 to access. Room has comfortable lounge chair, table, and sink. Bring your own pump.

David L Boren Student Union

Room 241: Lactation Room by second floor computer lab near the entrance to Room 260.

Call Info Desk at (405) 271-3606 if any questions. Room has 2 comfortable chairs, table and sink. Bring your own pump.

Bird Library

The library doesn't have a dedicated lactation room, however if you are in the Library for a lengthy meeting, we can make arrangements ahead of time for Rm.387.

This room is used for group study, please email the Non-Print Media department bhslnpm@ouhsc.edu or call 405-271-2285, opt.6, to reserve the room for lactation use.

The room has no windows,can be locked and has a table, chairs and electricity; the bathroom is around the corner.