Rose State College was recognized by the Oklahoma College Public Relations Association (OCPRA) for its creative imagination related to the college’s marketing and public relations efforts. Rose State received eight awards at this year’s awards ceremony held on July 11 at The Artesian Hotel in Sulphur, Oklahoma.
“The creative and talented team that makes up Rose State’s marketing and public relations department repeatedly delivers impactful and quality work,” Rose State President Dr. Jeanie Webb said. “These awards further reiterate Rose State’s commitment to quality engagement and excellent communication, and I am proud of their accomplishments.”
Rose State’s awards showcased the college’s excellent use of design and messaging to share education opportunities with the community. The college received an excellence award in the poster design, small brochure, before and after and cover design categories. In addition, the college was the recipient of an achievement award for a traditional sports photo and received honorable mentions in the logo design, before and after and t-shirt design categories.
Rose State’s winning entries included:
Rose State offers more than 60 different degree programs, small class sizes with a 20:1 student-to-faculty ratio, on-campus student housing and is among the lowest cost of tuition in the state of Oklahoma.
“At Rose State, we pride ourselves on being one of Oklahoma’s most affordable colleges with an average cost savings of $10,000 or more when completing an associate degree at Rose State before transferring to a four-year university,” Webb continued. “Our award-winning public relations efforts are just one way we ensure students in our state know that continuing your education doesn’t have to break the bank.”
Established in 1992, the OCPRA Awards Competition recognizes the best in contemporary communications from educational institutions throughout the State of Oklahoma. OCPRA is comprised of communications and public relations professionals representing colleges and universities across the state.