Boy and girl in cap and gown getting ready for commencement.This snapshot provides a few highlights of Rogers State University.

  • Profile: Public four-year regional university offering master’s, bachelor’s and associate degrees
  • Founded: 1909
  • Campuses: Claremore, Bartlesville, and Pryor
  • Total faculty: 266
  • Number of enrolled students: More than 4,000 (all campuses and online fall 2015)
  • Student to faculty ratio: 19 to 1
  • Female students: 61%
  • Male students: 39%
  • Students age 18-25: 2,930
  • Students over the age of 25: 1,144
  • Concurrent High School Students: 343
  • From Oklahoma: 3,881
  • Out-of-state: 210
  • Most students from: Claremore, Bartlesville, Pryor, Tulsa area, northeast Oklahoma, southern Kansas
  • Minutes from Tulsa: 30
  • Known for: Personal attention, small class sizes, affordability, proximity to Tulsa
  • Classes transfer: easily to and from most Oklahoma college or universities and out-of-state institutions
  • Classes offered: On-site at three campuses, online, via television
  • Most popular programs: Biology, Business, Communications, Liberal Arts, Nursing, Technology
  • Academic & Leadership Programs: Honors Program, President’s Leadership Class
  • Accreditation: Higher Learning Commission
  • In-state tuition: for residents of contiguous counties in Kansas and Arkansas
  • Tuition & fees
  • Mascot: Hillcat
  • University colors: Blue and Red
  • Unique Features: RSU Radio, RSU Public Television, 100-acre nature preserve, Oklahoma Military Academy Museum, three full-service campuses
  • Student organizations: more than 30 active organizations
  • Admission requirements at a glance:
    • bachelor’s degree – meet OSRHE 15-unit core course requirements; high school graduate or GED; and one of the following 20+ ACT or 940+ SAT, or 2.7+ unweighted high school GPA and class rank in top 50%; or high school core GPA of 2.7 in OSRHE 16-unit core courses
    • associate degree – open admission
    • transfer students – college GPA of 2.0+ (GPA below 2.0 may be reviewed for admission on probation)
  • Greek Organizations
  • Financial Aid: 84% of students receive financial aid; average financial aid package is $6,860.00
  • Housing: On-campus residence hall and student apartments (Claremore campus)
  • Food: Student meal plans, Dining Services
  • Athletics: 12 intercollegiate teams in six sports; member of Heartland Conference in the National Collegiate Athletic Association