Some students come to college well prepared and confident in their study skills and habits. Others may have questions. If you are an adult who has been out of the classroom a few years, you may have even more.
Rose State College's mission is to support student success. Our goal is to help you through your college experience, whatever added assistance you may or may not require. That is why Rose State established the Student Success Center.
Student Success Center
The Student Success Center is designed to help students achieve academic success from enrollment right through graduation. The goal is to connect you to resources, guidance, and other services that you may need from time-to-time. It's a simple one stop access to the range of services offered on campus. More information is located here. Below is a sample of the services offered:
- Study skills assistance.
- Assessment of your personal learning style.
- Tutorial software.
- Academic advisement support.
- Introduction to campus resources, such as math and reading labs.
- Test taking skills.
- Personal finance.
- College financing.
- Peer, faculty, and community mentoring programs.
Carla Robison, Coordinator of the Student Success Center, speaks about the Student Success Center.
Student Support Services Program
Rose State College is proud to participate in the Student Support Services program, funded by the United States Department of Education. This program provides an array of supportive services for eligible participants. Our goal is to ensure that participants complete their associate degree or certificate and then transfer on to earn a bachelor's degree. The program is free and can help you achieve your educational and career goals.
To be eligible one of the following must apply:
- You meet federal financial guidelines.
- Neither of your parents graduated with a four-year degree.
- You have a documented disability.
To find out more call (405) 733-7379 or check the webpage for Student Support Services.
Sometimes issues arise for students that extend beyond campus. Maybe it is a personal issue, dealing with grief or loss, or feelings of anxiety or stress. Personal counseling is a chance to discuss whatever is on your mind with a licensed professional counselor. The sessions are free to students and are offered in a confidential setting. Off-campus referrals are made for longer term concerns. If you would like more information about the services available please contact the office here.
Colleges provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities. Our office of Disability Services is committed to working with students and staff to make appropriate accommodations that create an equal opportunity for success. More detailed information on accessing these services can be found here.