Smiling student

At Rose State, small class size means you're a person, not a number.

Two students watching a 3D printer in the FabLab

"Students at four-year universities don’t realize for the first two years they're going to sit on the bench. At Rose, hands-on learning starts on day one."

— Rose State Faculty Member
Mathematics professor explaining work shown on a chalkboard

"We have the highest-quality instruction across the board – online, everything."

— Rose State Dean
Respiratory students and professor viewing chest xrays

"We have fantastic faculty – in fact, we have faculty. Not graduate assistants."

— Rose State Dean

Faculty & Staff

Student Involvement Opportunities

Honors Program

Many of Rose State College's students excel in their classes. An Honors Program is available for students to earn honors credit. The website provides details about how to participate in this program.

Service Learning

Rose State College supports service learning. Faculty provide opportunities to become involved in civic activities which are related to the content of the courses they teach. If you would like your students to participate in this activity, click the link below to the Service Learning web page.

Student Organizations

Student organizations, many of which are directly related to academic programs, have become prevalent on campus, particularly since the initiation of service learning. Information is provided at the link below about establishing a student organization as well as a listing of all student organizations and how to become involved.