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Megan Parks
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Megan Parks

Hi! My name is Megan Parks, and I am your Prospective Student Services Representative. I have been at RSU since 2011 and love my RSU family.

It has been the coolest thing to watch and experience RSU growth. Since I have been with RSU, we've added a new dining hall, RSU's first master's program, our athletics program is now competing at the NCAA Division II level, and now we are building a new set of dorms!

RSU has so much to offer students. It is large enough to offer the programs, services, and campus experience you want, but not so large that you get lost in the crowd.

I can remember when I was a senior in high school and could not wait to start college. Looking back at my own college experience I realize how much I learned and how it was such an amazing and fun part of my life.

I am so excited to talk with students like you, who are thinking about taking the next step in your education. I want to help you succeed in and enjoy your college experience!

I am here to answer any and all questions you may have about RSU! I would love to help you Become A Hillcat!

Contact me to set up a campus tour or to talk about your possibilities here at RSU. I look forward to hearing from you soon!

About Me

  • Hometown?
    Hominy, OK
  • Education?
    B.S., Biology - Organismic Emphasis
  • Favorite aspect of RSU?
    The people here at RSU. RSU's faculty, staff, and students are a huge part of what makes RSU so special. The RSU family cares about education and is constantly striving to be the best.
  • Why I love my job?
    I love the feeling that I can make a positive impact in a student's educational experience. No matter how big or small.
  • Times I changed majors?
    Once. I thought that I wanted to be a Dental Hygienist but after working on campus for 4 years as student worker, I realized Higher Education is where I loved to be. It's okay to change your mind.
  • Favorite RSU Sport?
    Hillcat Basketball
  • Advice to Prospective Students?
    There will be a lot of decisions that you will make between high school and college. Try not to let it get you overwhelmed and remember that there are always people to talk with to help you make an informed decision. Don't hesitate to ask when yo
    u have questions.