The Rose D2L Online Classroom and Community allows participation in classes and online communities from both on and off campus through a regular web browser. The Desire2Learn (D2L) learning management system is the platform for this online environment. Please visit the Rose D2L page for information about this system and login instructions.
Rose State College offers Internet courses in a wide variety of disciplines. These courses are designed with the same rigor as our on-campus classes but with flexibility of access that only the Internet allows. Many students choose to arrange their schedules so that they only come to campus two or three days per week and take other courses online.
Rose State College conducts a variety of telecourses through the Mid-Del area cable television systems, through the Oklahoma PBS affiliate station, and through special arrangements.
Rose State College provides opportunities for students to get a head start on college by earning college credit while they are still in high school. High school juniors and seniors who meet policy requirements can participate in concurrent enrollment and earn college credit while in high school. The concurrent program helps high school students meet high school requirements, and can give them an advantage when competing for scholarships and admission to four-year universities.
View the 2011-2012 Concurrent Enrollment Packet for more information.
Interactive Television Courses
Rose State College serves as a receive site for courses being broadcast from other colleges and universities over the OneNet Telecommunications Network. Students who wish to enroll in these courses should contact the originating institution about enrollment and the availability of a receiving room. Rose State College cannot commit as a receive site until a request is made from the college or university where the broadcast originates.