Cameron Students posing for a picture on Campus



Cameron University students who are enrolled in at least one class meeting on the CU-Lawton campus and paid the Wellness Center Fee are eligible for personal counseling and acute medical care. Unfortunately, Western nursing students, concurrent, online only and Duncan campus students are not eligible

All students in crisis situations (i.e., suicidal, homicidal) will be seen immediately.


Appointments available Monday through Friday by appointment only.

Getting Started

Call for Appointment:

The student calls for services, a SWC Request Form will be completed and given to a counselor for follow up to access needs.

Student is notified there may be a waitlist. If there is a waitlist and the student does not want to be place on the waitlist, a referral list will be provided.


All paperwork MUST be completed. Before your first appointment you will be asked to fill out a counseling intake packet that takes about 30 minutes to complete. If you do not have your packet competed and turned in at the time of your first appointment, you may be asked to fill it out as part of your first appointment. The student has the option to receive the counseling intake packet via email to complete. The student has the option to return the paperwork to the SWC or complete and return via email. Please call should you need to cancel, will be late or have any questions. 

Student options for counseling

Zoom-virtual: This option provides the student flexibility in choosing what time and day works best for their session. Student will be provided the Zoom link, via email, for their session.

Telehealth: This option the student is able to call in for their session at their scheduled time.

In-Person: Recommendations for in-person appointments will be determined. 

The Student Wellness Center is staffed by two licensed professional counselors who provide confidential, short-term counseling to currently enrolled Cameron University students. The counselors will meet with you to discuss your concerns and goals.

Counseling Services Include

  • Support
  • Adjustment to university life
  • Anxiety
  • Test Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Substance use and abuse
  • Grief and loss
  • Loneliness
  • Relationship Issues
  • Separation Anxiety
  • Stress
  • Self-Care
  • EMDR (Coming Soon)

If it is after hours and an emergency

*Campus Police: please call (580) 581-2911

*Comanche County Memorial Hospital's Emergency Room: 3401 W Gore Boulevard or call (580) 355-8620

*Taliaferro Community Mental Health Center: 602 SW 38th St or call (580) 248-5780