As provided for in the State Regent's policy, any student who (a) is not a high school graduate but whose high school class has graduated and (b) has participated in the American College Testing Program or similar battery of tests is eligible for admission to Rose State College.
Students 21 years of age or older or active duty military admitted under the Adult Admission Category must satisfactorily demonstrate proficiency to perform at the collegiate level in curricular areas they are desiring to pursue.
Placement examinations will be used along with documented education and job experience to demonstrate readiness to perform at the collegiate level in the curricular areas for the adult student. Adult students may also demonstrate their proficiencies in curricular disciplines by taking designated courses.
Placement examinations and documented military training experiences will be utilized to demonstrate readiness to perform at the collegiate level in curricular areas for the active duty military student. The active duty military student's training experience will be reviewed and evaluated by examining records, which include technical training and assessment test results, Community College of the Air Force transcripts, and the American Council on Education equivalency guide recommendations. Active duty military students may also demonstrate their proficiencies in curricular disciplines by taking designated courses.