- Current Students
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.
The projected employment outlook for associate degree recipients is expected to increase by 2022 – exceeding the expected growth for all other degrees except Masters.
You may have noticed lots of changes happening on the Rose State campus. We've added student housing — The Village at Rose State is now leasing and accommodates up to 180 students in apartment-style living. The Learning Resources Center will be a state-of-the-art jewel when completed in 2016. The Aquatics Center underwent a $2 million renovation. We've added new sports to our athletics program. And renovations and improvements are taking place throughout the entire campus.
In short, we're working diligently to make every part of our experience here at Rose State a reflection of our promise to you that Going Somewhere Starts Here.
If we can assist you in any way along your journey, please don't hesitate to give us a call.
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First Time Students
1098 Form Availability
Rose State College has contracted with MAXIMUS to provide both the electronic and paper 1098-Ts. If you do not retrieve your 1098-T electronically, one will be mailed to you. Paper 1098-Ts will not be mailed until near January 31st and may reach you sometime after that date.
To retrieve your 1098-T electronically:
Launch a web browser and go to https://tra.maximus.com
Click the “First Time Students" Button.
Enter your full First and Last names and the last five digits of your Social Security Number.
If records are present for you, you will be instructed to create an account. Follow the instructions on the website to create a free account and retrieve your 1098-T. If records are not found for you or you have difficulty creating an account, use the “Help" link in the left menu.
Remember, by acknowledging that you are receiving this form electronically, a hard copy form will not be mailed to you. However, you can go to the website as often as needed to retrieve a copy. The College will not dispense tax advice and we are unable to answer any questions that relate to determining your tax credit eligibility. You must consult a tax advisor for this information.