Rose State is proud to collaborate with high schools, career technology centers, and four-year colleges and universities to provide a seamless education.
Students may enroll in college before they finish high school and/or continue their college careers after they graduate from Rose State College. Associate in Arts and Associate in Science degrees are designed specifically for transfer to the four-year public colleges and universities. To make transferring as seamless as possible, Rose State College also signs Articulation (Transfer) Agreements with public and private four-year institutions for specific courses and/or degree programs. In addition, Rose State College signs Cooperative Agreements with Eastern Oklahoma County Technology Center and Mid-Del Technology Center. Cooperative Agreements enable career technology center students to use specific career technology center classes toward their Associate in Applied Science degrees at Rose State College. Eligible high school students are able to earn college credit while in high school through the Concurrent Enrollment Program. High school students actually enroll in college level courses which will apply to their degree program.
Learn about Concurrent Enrollment.