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Preparatory Hall

Dr. Carolyn Taylor Center

Stratton Taylor Library

Baird Hall

Markham Hall

Meyer Hall

Herrington Hall

Health Sciences Building

Loshbaugh Hall

Chapman Dining Hall

University Village A

Residential Life

University Village B & Clubhouse

Residential Life

University Village C

Residential Life

Ledbetter Hall

Downs Hall

Conservation Education Reserve

Administrative Services Center

Fine Arts Annex

Sculpture Lab

Bartlesville Campus

Pryor Campus

Will Rogers Auditorium

Foundation Alumni Center

Campus Statues

Campus Police Station

Bushyhead Fieldhouse

Claremore Expo Center

Diamond Sports Complex

Preparatory Hall

Preparatory Hall (or Prep Hall) is the campus’ most iconic building with its ornate gold dome and sweeping views of Claremore. This building houses several renovated classrooms and serves as home to the School of Liberal Arts, the Educational Opportunity Center, Educational Talent Search and Academic Computing Services. The oldest building on campus, Prep Hall was the first building constructed when the university operated as Eastern Oklahoma Preparatory School. Prep Hall is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Dr. Carolyn Taylor Center

The Dr. Carolyn Taylor Center is the centerpiece of the main campus, featuring a variety of student amenities, including food services, bookstore, OMA Student Lounge, recreation area, computer lab, and more. The Dr. Carolyn Taylor Center also features the Hilltop Coffee Shop and Juice Bar, which features Starbucks coffee and fresh juices. This facility houses the Office of Student Affairs, which oversees many programs and services designed to help students succeed in college. This 55,000-square-foot facility also features the largest ballroom in Rogers County, an executive board room, and a variety of conference rooms and meeting spaces for the campus and community.

Stratton Taylor Library

Centrally located on the Claremore campus, the Stratton Taylor Library houses the university’s library holdings and research services. The library collection is located on the second and third floors, along with computer use areas, study spaces, reading rooms, meeting rooms, and a classroom. The first floor of the building contains academic classrooms and faculty offices. The facility is a focal point of the Claremore campus and a center for learning and research for students and faculty alike. Completed in 2004, the library is named for Sen. Stratton Taylor, President Pro Tempore Emeritus of the Oklahoma Senate and Distinguished Alumnus of RSU.

Baird Hall


Baird Hall serves as the home to programs in English, arts, humanities, history and political sciences. Renovated and expanded in 2010, the 52,000-square-foot facility features an entry hall, commons area, eight additional classrooms of various sizes, four seminar rooms, a research classroom, several learning laboratories, and faculty offices. Special features of the building include a digital/high-definition performance studio equipped with cameras, a control room, studio lighting and stage designed in an amphitheater style. In addition, the building includes an art gallery and a special classroom and lounge for the University's Honors Program. The Foundations Gallery, located in the art department on the first floor, regularly displays student, faculty, and guest exhibits.

Markham Hall

Markham Hall serves as the Claremore campus’ one-stop shop for admission, advisement, enrollment, financial aid, student IDs, and other related student services. Additionally, the building is home to the full-powered television and radio stations whose broadcasts originate from the building. Markham includes the high-definition  studio and control room for RSU Public Television, as well as broadcast booths for the full-service, 24-hour student-driven RSU Radio. The building also houses RSU’s human resources and business offices.

Meyer Hall

Meyer Hall serves as the administrative offices for the president and other administrative staff. Upstairs, the building houses the Oklahoma Military Academy Museum and the Oklahoma Military Academy Alumni Association offices. Meyer Hall is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Herrington Hall

Herrington Hall houses the RSU’s School of Business and Technology, including classrooms, computer labs, auditoriums, and faculty offices. The facility also includes a bright, open atrium that serves as a popular gathering space for students between classes. 

Health Sciences Building

This facility houses the Department of Health Sciences, laboratories, and classrooms for the health sciences programs. It also contains several academic support programs and the Center for Teaching and Learning for online learning and faculty development. The building features two auditoriums, a student commons area, and six laboratories, including a paramedic lab with a full-sized ambulance box – one of only two such labs in Oklahoma.

Loshbaugh Hall

Home to RSU’s science programs, Loshbaugh Hall includes classrooms and laboratories for biology, chemistry, geology, mathematics, and physics.

Chapman Dining Hall

The Chapman Dining Hall offers students a complete array of dining options, including an emphasis on providing students with healthy menu items. Conveniently located adjacent to RSU’s residential facilities, the 17,300, two-story building opened in August 2014. The dining hall is a great place to grab a quick bite before class, or linger with friends after class. It has quickly turned into a popular venue for students, faculty and staff to enjoy meals and informally interact.

In addition to food services, Chapman Dining Hall includes a basement/storm shelter that provides protection for all campus residents during inclement weather. A natural gas generator provides electrical service to the building during power outages in order to maintain uninterrupted service to students.

Residential Life

University Village A

University Village A Student Apartments offer the most contemporary, service-oriented accommodations available to students. Students can enjoy the convenience of living on-campus, close to the classrooms, library and student center, while getting the most of the traditional college experience.

The apartments offer access tovolleyball court, outdoor swimming pool, on-site laundry facilities, barbecue grills and community recreation room. UVA includes four-bedroom, two-bath suites with working kitchens featuring refrigerator,dishwasher and stove/oven.

UVA opened in 2001 and each apartment suite has been recently renovated.

 

Residential Life

University Village B & Clubhouse

University Village B opened in 2011 and features four-, two-, and one-bedroom units to meet a variety of student needs. The apartments are in an all enclosed building and offer access to a clubhouse featuring theater room, vending area, conference rooms, offices, lounge areas and a 24-hour computer lab with printer. Residents also have access to on-site laundry facilities, study rooms and public use areas.

Residential Life

University Village C

Opened in fall 2015, University Village C features clusters of semi-private rooms with shared bathrooms/showers as well as lounge spaces, study rooms, community kitchen, outdoor fire pit and game room.

Ledbetter Hall

Ledbetter Hall, which adjoins Herrington Hall, serves as family housing for RSU students, their spouses, and their families.

Downs Hall

Located in the northeast corner of Downs Hall, the RSU Student Health Center provides acute health care to RSU students, faculty and staff. The facility can also be accessed via the connected Health Sciences building.

Conservation Education Reserve

A 100-acre outdoor education facility adjoining the RSU campus, the RSU Conservation Education Reserve is a joint effort by the university and the Rogers County Conservation District, in cooperation with the Department of Wildlife and the Oklahoma Conservation Commission. The facility includes a wetlands walkway, view tower, amphitheater, dock, Hillcat Challenge ropes course, water study labs, backyard habitat, butterfly garden, and various trails with more than 130 educational stations and exhibits.

Administrative Services Center

The Administrative Services Center houses RSU's business operations including Human Resources, Administrative Computing Services, Payroll and Purchasing.

Fine Arts Annex

The Fine Arts Annex houses the RSU Music Program, 3-D Arts Lab, and the Theatre Program’s Scene Shop. The music program maintains its program offices, rehearsal spaces, and a classroom in the building. The 3-D arts area and scene shop have a classroom, metal working equipment, and a full wood-shop.  

Sculpture Lab

Constructed in 2004, the Sculpture Lab provides equipment and facilities to support students and faculty working with ceramics and pottery.  

Bartlesville Campus

The Bartlesville campus is housed in a historic, nine-story building located at Fourth Street (University Avenue) and Dewey Avenue. An educational anchor to the recent downtown revitalization, the RSU Bartlesville campus offers both day and evening general education courses, as well as selected courses in specialized areas such as accounting, business management, computer science, and nursing, which has a dedicated nursing lab. Students also are able to enroll in distance learning courses, including live interactive televised courses, compressed video courses, and online courses. The enrollment center is located on the first floor of the Bartlesville campus. Students may apply for admission and receive assistance with financial aid, receive academic advising, and enroll in classes, all at this convenient “one-stop” location.

Pryor Campus

In 2014, the RSU Pryor campus opened a new 38,000-square-foot facility at 2155 Highway 69A in the MidAmerica Industrial Park south of Pryor. Amenities available to students at the Pryor campus of Rogers State University include classrooms and science labs, a library, auditorium, dining facility, bookstore and labs for computing and tutoring. The Pryor campus offers a wide variety of general education, computer, business, and pre-nursing courses for day and evening students. Distance learning students may attend compressed video courses and complete online testing at the Pryor campus test center. Services provided for students by the Enrollment Center include university admissions, enrollment, advisement, transfer information, testing, and assistance with financial aid.  The largest single gift in the university’s history, the Pryor campus was constructed for the university by the Oklahoma Ordnance Works Authority, which operates the MidAmerica Industrial Park, as part of its goal to provide full range of educational opportunity to Mayes County Residents.

Will Rogers Auditorium

This 580-seat facility equipped for all types of campus and community productions. The facility is used extensively by RSU’s theatre and music programs. RSU offers a co-curricular program in theatre, which allows communications majors and budding thespians to participate in a variety of productions each year, where students serve as playwrights, actors, and directors. The music program, which now includes a minor in music, provides an opportunity for students to hone their instrumental and performance skills in a university environment. RSU offers a selection of academic music classes each semester, in addition to the four ensembles now in the curriculum.

Foundation Alumni Center

Dedicated in 1983, this 2,700-square-foot building is headquarters for the Development Office, the Rogers State University Foundation, and the Rogers State University Alumni Association.

Campus Statues

The Rogers State University campus is known for its large-scale sculptures of three U.S. presidents Thomas Jefferson, George Washington, and Abraham Lincoln created by sculptor Yon Sim Pak. Born in Korea, Pak built a reputation as a portrait painter, and came to the U.S. as a young adult. Each statue is constructed with skeletal structures of steel, covered with a white masonry cement and polished with a special polymer to give them the look and feel of granite. Pak used a special blend of cement, which was patented by his friend Paul Kellert of Mannford, Okla.

To learn more about the statues, click here.

 

Campus Police Station

Located near the main campus entrance along Will Rogers Boulevard, the Campus Police Station houses the RSU Police Department, which is staffed by commissioned police officers who meet the standards of the Oklahoma Council for Law Enforcement Education and Training (CLEET).

Bushyhead Fieldhouse

Bushyhead Fieldhouse serves as the on-campus practice facility for RSU's basketball teams. The gym features six goals, digital scoreboards and portable seating with a capacity of 300. Bushyhead is also the home of the athletic department offices as well as the RSU Wellness Center - a private weight training facility for student-athletes. Bushyhead houses both the men's and women's basketball locker rooms, an athletic training room, the Hillcat Academic Center for student-athletes and public restrooms.

Claremore Expo Center

Claremore Expo Center serves as the home of Hillcat basketball on game nights and is utilized as a secondary practice facility for the basketball teams. The Expo Center features arena seating on all four sides of the court for up to 2,000 fans. A four-sided digital scoreboard adorns center court accompanied by professional playing goals with three-sided shot clocks on each end of the floor. A state-of-the-art sound system helps produce a fun atmosphere for fans and often creates a hostile environment for opponents.

Diamond Sports Complex

The Diamond Sports Complex features a professional playing surface, lights, a large inning-by-inning scoreboard, batting cages and grandstand seating for 1,200. A spacious locker room is located adjacent to the Hillcat dugout featuring individual lockers, coaches' offices, and an athletic training area. The first floor of the centerpiece, two-story building includes concessions, restrooms, and umpire dressing rooms. The second floor features separate baseball and softball press boxes, offices, and a donors’ suite with indoor and outdoor seating.