Everything related to the admissions process can be found here — requirements, policies, processing applications for graduating, transcripts, tuition and more.
LocationAdministration Building, room 100
Hours8 AM - 7 PM Monday
8 AM - 6 PM Tuesday-Thursday
8 AM - 5 PM Friday
*Special Summer Hours
8 AM - 6 PM Monday-Thursday
Friday - Closed
Contact InformationPhone: (405) 733-7308
Fax: (405) 736-0309
Rose State College is also accredited as a degree-granting institution by the Higher Learning Commission and individual programs.
The Academic Advisement office serves the needs of students who are attending college for the first time, enrolling concurrently while attending high school or are undecided on a major.
Currently enrolled students may be granted academic forgiveness by repeating individual courses or reprieving complete semesters.
At the end of each semester, students are placed into one of four academic level based upon their performance.
Rose State College is a public, two-year institution with an "open-door" admissions policy. Any graduate of an accredited high school or non-graduate whose high school class has graduated is eligible for admission.
Correct or change the name, Social Security number, address, or phone number that the College has on file for you.
If you're wondering how many hours you have or need to graduate, apply for an official audit.
Students are frequently required to obtain enrollment verifications for private or government agencies.
Students who average a B (3.0) grade or higher are eligible for Honor Roll consideration.
You can receive Rose State credits for education received during while serving in the military.
Rose State awards extrainstitutional credit through institutionally prepared exams and standardized national tests.
Rose State College students are expected to maintain a cumulative, satisfactory GPA for the duration of his/her college experience.
Students may request transcripts at any time in person, by fax or by mail.
Rose State maintains transfer agreements with other public and private Oklahoma institutions.
The Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education provides guidelines for the classification of residence for students.