If you are an adult who has already taken some college classes, let
Rose State build a plan that will help you Finish What You Start.
Let's look at the facts:
To get started contact the future Student Welcome Center at 733-7372, or visit the Future Student home page. We will review your career interests and present options to you for getting your degree in a field that can provide lifelong enjoyment and job satisfaction.
Rose State has many options that support working adults, including online classes, evening classes, and hybrid classes, which are delivered part on-campus and part online. Rose State also offers the traditional 16 week semester AND 2, 4, and 8 week class sessions as well.
Oklahoma's Reach Higher Program
Reach Higher is an Oklahoma program designed to support working adults who want to finish an associate degree. You choose a "home institution" from among 14 Oklahoma schools, of which Rose State College is one. Using your existing college credits, our program coordinator will help you develop a personalized degree completion plan that will work with your schedule. Given the credits you have already acquired, you may be much closer to a degree than you realize!
The degree available at Rose State through this specific program is an Associate in Arts General Studies degree. To qualify for the program, you must:
- Have at least 18 hours of college credit.
- A 2.0 GPA from previous college credit.
- Have completed all required remedial coursework, if applicable.
You can apply online anytime and there is NO application fee for this program. Simply click here to go to the Reach Higher home page. As part of this program you will have one-on-one advisement, flexible enrollment periods year round, one stop mentoring and problem solving, and on-campus and online options to fit your schedule.
If you have any questions, including help applying, contact Monique Bruner, Rose State's Reach Higher Coordinator. She can be reached at 405-733-7316, firstname.lastname@example.org, or in the Social Sciences building on the Rose State campus, room 132 (building number 3 on the map).