Rose State Resources To Be Aware Of This Winter Published December 20, 2021

Rose State College Winter Resources to be aware of this seasonRose State College offers numerous resources for current students to take advantage of year-round to ensure success with academics. We hope to make your experience at Rose State as seamless, enjoyable and educational as possible. Toward that end, we offer a wealth of services and have advisors on hand to answer your questions or point you in the right direction. Whether it's regarding academics — courses, grades, degrees, etc. — or anything outside the classroom, we're here to help. 

Check them out below! 

Academic Advisement

Whether you’re a first-time, concurrent or undecided student, make an appointment with an academic advisor to enroll in courses and decide on a career or degree path. 

Contact Information:
Frances Grant, Administrative Assistant II

Center for Success, Inclusion & Diversity

The Center for Success, Inclusion and Diversity is a resource for the development of students of color and other underrepresented populations on campus. The center provides resources such as mentorship, advisement and information on diversity clubs. 

Contact Information:
Carla Robison, Coordinator, Student Success

Counseling Services

The Counseling Center provides counseling and referral services to students, faculty and staff to those experiencing difficulties that are impacting their education or ability to perform their responsibilities. 

Contact Information:
Joanne Stafford, Director Special Services

Graduation Office

The Graduation Office assists students by processing degree audits, graduation applications, evaluating transfer credit, printing and mailing diplomas and more. 

Contact Information:
Julie Atkinson, Coordinator, Graduation Office

Learning Resources Center (LRC)

The Learning Resource Center (LRC) is a one-stop-shop where students can study, locate academic resources, receive tutoring assistance, use a computer for projects and take a proctored test. 

Contact Information:
Chris Meyer, Dean, LRC

Single Mother’s Academic Resource Team (SMART) Program

The SMART Program links single-parent students to campus and community resources for academic and life success. 

Contact Information:
Monique Bruner, Executive Director, Diversity and Cultural Affairs

Student Support Services - TRIO

The Student Support Services - TRIO program works with students to ensure they persist in college and earn an associate’s degree or certificate and/or transfer to a four-year university. 

Contact Information:
Leticia Barrios, Academic Support Specialist

Veteran Student Services

Veterans Students Services works with veterans to inform them of education benefits, such as the GI Bill, tutoring assistance and job placement assistance. 

Contact Information:
Misty Engelbrecht, Director of Career Services & Academic Outreach

John Carmack, Veteran Services Specialist

Rose State is committed to providing resources and services to students for their continued success and development. We promise to be with you every step of the way… helping, guiding and encouraging.