Wellness Resources at OSU

Oklahoma State University
Personal and Professional Wellbeing

Provided by the COACHE Working Committee
August 2017

Oklahoma State University is committed to providing a healthy working environment and improving the quality of life for all employees.  The OSU Personal and Professional Wellbeing initiative supports the University's mission and core values, and the recognition that the University's employees are its greatest asset.

Catapult conducts free, confidential health screenings on campus for your convenience.  The screening consists of a diagnostic blood test, measured biometrics, a printed personal health report and a consultation with a Nurse Practitioner.   Catapult health screenings are available for employees and their covered spouses enrolled in one of the OSU Blue Cross Blue Shield health plans (BlueOptions or BlueEdge).  Employees who complete the Catapult screening will receive a $20.00/month health plan premium credit. Schedule an appointment at www.timeconfirm.com/okstate. 



ComPsych®/GuidanceResources® provides Employee Assistance Program (EAP) services for Oklahoma State University. GuidanceResources® services are available at no charge to all employees, including part-time employees and post docs, as well as members of the employee’s household.  This program offers confidential support, resources and information for personal and work-life issues.  For additional information, click here.

Naturally Slim is a three-phase program designed to help participants lose weight while still continuing to enjoy the foods they love. This behavior modification program does not include starving, counting calories, or consuming diet food, but teaches the eating characteristics of those that are naturally slim. Naturally Slim is offered at no cost to employees on the OSU Blue Cross Blue Shield health plan.  Additional information can be found at www.naturallyslim.com/OSU

Weight Watchers at Work is a 17-week program that provides employees the tools and resources they need to lose weight. Participants attend weekly meetings during the lunch hour.  The 45-minute meetings include a weigh-in, educational program and discussion. For information on joining a Weight Watchers at Work group, please contact Rindy LaRue at rindy.larue@okstate.edu.  

Schedule of Meetings 2019

Free Weight Watchers webinars


Livongo® is a disease management program designed to make living with diabetes easier.  Livongo® is available at no charge to employees, spouses and dependents that have Type 1 or 2 diabetes, and are on the OSU Blue Cross Blue Shield health care plan. To learn more, or to enroll in the program using the Registration Code OSU-HCSC, click here

As America’s Healthiest Campus®, Oklahoma State University thrives within a culture of well-being.  We strive to LIVE America’s Healthiest Campus every day and understand wellness is much more than diet and exercise, it is about who we are holistically. It is about being active and engaged and focusing on being the best we can be – the most successful, the most empowered, the most creative, the most confident, and the most happy. Learn more.


The Department of Wellness at Oklahoma State University offers programs and services for complete health and wellness of the mind and body for faculty, staff, students and Wellness members.
Learn more.


BlueCross BlueShield eligible employees receive a wellness benefit of two sessions with a registered dietitian at no charge per year. After that, it is $25 per session.  Employees can schedule on the University Health Services patient portal or call 405-744-CARE.  A Seca body composition test is available at no additional charge.

The Employee Health Clinic is located in the University Health Services building and is available to benefit-eligible employees and dependents 6 years and older. The clinic offers half-price copays and reduced office visit fees for acute-care services. To schedule an appointment, go online to uhs.okstate.edu or call 405-744-CARE.

For additional information about any of these programs or services, please contact Rachel Shreffler or Rindy LaRue, 106 Whitehurst.