Community Learning Center
At Rose State, we take being a "community college" to heart ... as such, we pride ourselves on providing a rich assortment of educational opportunities to the public.
The Community Learning Center — or, CLC — has activities for all ages, from our immensely popular Kids College to the new Teen Scene to ongoing classes for adults. View the Spring 2015 course calendar. We also offer a full array of event services for your conference or meeting and can accommodate up to 190 people.
Why would kids want to go college? We can think of quite a few reasons: Arts, crafts, reading, cooking, cheer, swim classes, field trips, pool parties, even rocket building! Our afterschool program and Saturday classes are the perfect mix of fun and learning.
Not only do children love Kids College, parents do, too. And you'll find it's easier and more convenient than ever to enroll. Rose State has implemented an online registration system that enables you to simply browse through the classes and camps, and then sign up for those in which you might be interested. Just remember to enroll early as space is limited!
New! Teen Scene
Due to the overwhelming popularity of our Kids College, we're now offering this exciting new program! Teen Scene is geared toward kids and young adults in grades 6-12. Courses place an emphasis on preparing ahead for the pursuit of responsible life decisions and purposeful direction for high school, college and life.
You didn't think we forgot about the adults, did you? How about classes in arts, crafts, culinary, dance, language, music, visual and writing? Plus, adults and seniors can take advantage of our exceptional wellness and aquatics fitness programs. There are also day trips to fun-filled destinations included. View the full slate of activities in our 2015 Spring Schedule.
Rose State partners with LERN, the leading organization in Continuing Education, to offer UGotClass — a non-credit online program with courses and certificate in the following areas:
- Professional Development
- Social Media
- Career Skills
- Training and Education
- Human Resources
- LEED Green Workplace
- Training for K-12 Teachers
- and more.....
View UGotClass Courses or call (405) 733-7392 for more information.
Conference & Event Services
The Community Learning Center is available for rentals Monday through Thursday 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Friday 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. The center has Wi-Fi capabilities throughout the entire building.
Capacity of 190 people. Rates: $300 for full day, $175 for half day. Wireless lapel microphone and handheld microphones are available in the auditorium.
Capacity ranges from 18 to 36 depending on the room rented. Rates: $120 for full day, $60 for half day. Classroom equipment includes: Dell computer with Windows 7 and Microsoft Office 2010, ceiling mounted projector, white board with markers and a flip chart stand (paper not included). Snack and soda vending machines are available on the second floor.
Capacity of 20 people. Rates: $360 for full day, $205 for half day. Lab equipment includes 20 Dell computers with Windows 7. Snack and soda vending machines are available on the second floor.
Capacity of 18 people. Rates: $80 for full day, $40 for half day. Lab equipment includes 20 Dell computers with Windows 7. Snack and soda vending machines are available on the second floor.
Catering is available through Chartwell's at (405) 733-7980. Complimentary coffee is offered by the Community Learning Center.
Questions about renting our facility? Submit your question(s) and receive a quick response here.
Parking Decal $5
Students taking classes on the Rose State College Campus are required to have an official parking decal for their car. Decals may be purchased at the time you enroll for $5. Decals may be transferred from car to car. Note: Decals are not required for courses held in the Community Learning Center.
Student ID $2
Students enrolling in courses that are held in the HPE building should plan to obtain an official Rose State College student ID card prior to the beginning of class. ID cards are necessary only for courses held in the HPE building including the swimming pool and wellness center. ID cards may also be necessary to access certain campus services such as the library. ID cards may be purchased at the time you enroll for $2. A receipt will then be given out, and the student will be sent to the Student Services building to have their picture taken.
Students enrolling in an aquatics, fitness, or wellness center, found in the PeopleSoft System under a different last name, must take their original marriage license, divorce decree, or death certificate to the Admissions office to have the name changed. Once your name has been changed you may go to Student Services to take your Student ID picture. We're sorry for any inconvenience this may cause you.
Rose State College reserves the right to change any schedule or cancel any course that does not meet minimum enrollment requirements. If a cancellation or change occurs, our staff will contact you via the telephone number you provided at the time of registration. Please be sure to always leave your most current phone number.
Dropping A Course
To withdraw from a course and receive a full refund, you must complete a withdrawal form, in person, at the Community Learning Center, formerly known as Continuing Education Tom Steed Center, before the start of the second class. No refunds will be issued after the second class meeting.
Receiving Your Refund
Credit card refunds post back to your card within 4-6 weeks. Please also allow 4-6 weeks for reimbursement of payments made by cash or check. if you have an outstanding balance on your account, the refund amount will automatically apply to the unpaid balance. To receive a refund from the State of Oklahoma, the student's social security number is required.
Closure Of Campus
In the event that Rose State College closes for any reason, classes will be cancelled and not made up. No refunds will be given.
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