The Mission of Rose State College is to provide a wide range of lower division, higher education programs to fulfill the educational and occupational training needs within its service area.
To aid us in meeting our mission objectives, we actively participate in the advisory team concept. The College encourages the involvement of community representatives in recommending technical program training needs as well as existing program curricula updating. It is the policy of Rose State College that each of the technical programs, and certain designated university parallel programs have advisory committees that meet at least once each year to review each program's curricula as it relates to the needs of students and employers.
The technical program advisory committees at are composed of at least seven individuals from outside the College who are chosen from segments of the Oklahoma City metropolitan area to collectively advise the College regarding development and/or operation of a particular program.
The advisory committees are composed of individuals with special expertise, leadership, and an interest in improving industry-education cooperation. Rose State College's commitment to education excellence depends on advisory committee members who are willing to share their technical expertise, their knowledge, and interest in serving one of the most important components in the community--schools and their students.