Rose State College Excited To Welcome Students Back In The Fall Published April 29, 2020

Students will be back for in-person classes in the fall at Rose State College in Midwest City.

Plans are being made for a phased approach to bring faculty and staff back to campus. The majority of the college professors and support staff have been working from home during the Covid-19 outbreak as a safety precaution. 

In an email announcement to faculty and staff earlier this week, the President’s Office stated, “If the situation models hold true, please be assured that by August 1st we plan on being 100% operational with classes starting back up on August 17th.” 

The college is piloting a flex course offering this summer through its Business division to ensure students can attain their academic goals no matter the situation. The flex option is a combination of delivery modalities. Classes will be set up with scheduled meeting times, room location and a professor. Flex courses allow a student to meet face-to-face in the classroom, but the same class can be taken solely online or in a combination of online and distance learning. The flex course will be expanded to other divisions in the fall.