“The apartments are awesome! I love having my own bathroom and the living space is a lot roomier than I thought my first apartment would be.”
Midwest City, Okla. – The start of the school year typically brings a buzz on campus as students are enrolling in classes, getting to know each other, and finding their way. But, this year is different for Rose State. In addition to the normal ebb and flow of students and families navigating the new environment, there are 170 new residential students who now call Rose State home. Logan Ball, graduate of Little Axe High School, said, “The apartments are awesome! I love having my own bathroom and the living space is a lot roomier than I thought my first apartment would be.”
When the College broke ground on the four building complex in 2014, administrators expected excitement from current and future students. Since then, the outpouring of interest and applications to live on campus has been abundant. Tommy Klepper, Dean of Students and Director of Residence Life said, “Student housing brings a new dimension of connectivity to our campus. I expect to see the Rose State community grow and thrive with the addition of the Village@Rose State.”
Rose State College is the first urban community college in Oklahoma to build on-campus housing. Not only are all available apartments rented, but there is a waiting list of applicants to live at the rapidly expanding community college just seven minutes from downtown Oklahoma City.
Rose State offers two and four bedroom options within a gated community in its on-campus living.
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About Rose State College:
Rose State College is a community college offering more than 60 degree and skilled-occupational programs conveniently located seven minutes from downtown Oklahoma City. www.rose.edu