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. We also offer a full array of event services for your conference or meeting and can accommodate up to 190 people.
This section includes courses, classes and workshops that are open to anyone interested. Featured are offerings from our one-of-a-kind Homeland Security Institute.
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!
Due to the overwhelming popularity of our Kids College, we're now offering this exciting new program!
You didn't think we forgot about the adults, did you? How about classes in arts, crafts, culinary, dance, language, music, visual and writing?
This is where ideas come to life. Innovation, invention and entrepreneurship blend at this state-of-the-art digital fabrication lab.
Rose State offers UGotClass and Ed2Go non-credit courses in business, professional development, human resources, career skills self-improvement and more.
One of the most popular offerings for adults and seniors is the Fall Writer's Conference, a three-day workshop experience that covers fiction, poetry and nonfiction. It's organized by New York Times bestselling author William Bernhardt — an Oklahoma native — and it brings some of the nation's most successful writers and industry experts to Rose State.
Find general information regarding where to park, how to cancel a class and more.