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 (CLC) offers non-credit classes for all ages that begin at $25. CLC classes are available to all Rose State College students, faculty, staff, and the community. CLC classes are available for kids, teens, and adults/seniors that are offered from 1 day to 16 week classes.
Classes Include: Art, Business/Finance, Conversational Spanish, Basic Computer Skills, Genealogy, Private Music Lessons/Community Ensembles, Day Trips, and so much more. These are non-credit classes, conferences, and activities with the best faculty/speakers to provide lifelong learning and a fun environment.
The Community Digital Fabrication Lab is a facility for inventors, entrepreneurs, tinkerers and anyone looking to turn ideas into reality. The FabLab is open to the community during specific times of the week and Saturdays.
Non-Credit Training Classes: Take short courses in areas that will develop your skills and feel comfortable using the FabLab technology.
Memberships: You may purchase a monthly membership that provides you access to the tools to make just about anything. Design and create prototypes for fun or possibly an idea that will change the future.
Tours: Call 405-733-7392 to arrange a tour of the facility that is located in the Health and Environmental Sciences Building.
Classes are designed to enhance the learning process in a fun, safe, and learning environment. Courses are offered for students from kindergarten to high school seniors. Classes are offered during the Fall, Spring, and Summer.
The Summer Kids College Camp schedule will be released on April 3rd.
Classes are geared to young adults in grades 6-12. Courses place an emphasis on preparing ahead for the pursuit of responsible life decisions, career choices, and other purposeful direction for high school, college, and life. Going to college without Student Loans and ACT Prep classes are offered during Fall, Spring, and Summer semesters.
Spring 2017 classes are located at the “Enrollment” link.
The Summer Teen Scene Camp schedule will be released on April 3rd.
Rose State offers a wide range of highly interactive non-credit courses that you can take entirely over the internet. All of our courses are led by expert instructors, many of whom are nationally known. Our online courses are affordable, fun, fast, convenient, and geared just for you.
Rose State offers non-credit courses/programs in business, professional development, healthcare and medical, law and legal, human resources, career skills self-improvement, teaching/education, and MUCH MORE to promote lifelong learning.