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What’s your “why?”

Starting college can (and should!) be an exciting and challenging time of your life. The key to accomplishing your “Why?” is to realize you’re never alone and bringing others into your why is your first step on the path to your success.

Choosing Your Major

Choosing an academic path to fit your interests and aptitudes isn’t always easy, especially when careers aren’t directly linked to undergraduate degrees. For your first enrollment, you don’t have to know exactly where you’re headed but you should have a few options in mind.

Some program requirements provide flexibility for combinations of majors and minors without adding extra hours to your degree. RSU offers associate and bachelor’s degrees, minors, certification programs, and micro-credentials.

Rogers State University graduates are accountants, nurses, teachers, lawyers, and just about everything in between. The important thing for you to do is to commit to the journey. Devote yourself to the process and we will help you find your way.

Browse RSU’s Degree Programs

Choosing a major is an important decision. RSU offers a wide variety of degree programs to suit almost any interest. While you’re deciding, you can complete basic coursework, explore academic and career options, and discover your interests.

Importance of Advisors

Your academic advising office should be your first stop whenever you have questions about your degree program, course enrollment, dropping or adding classes, adding second majors and minors, and discussing any issues related to your academic success.

Take the time to get to know your academic advisor and keep them informed of any issues that may be impacting your progress toward your degree. If your academic advisor is ever unavailable, you should contact Student Success to seek assistance.

Each student is assigned an academic advisor. Your academic advisor will talk with you about your interest and academic goals as they help you choose courses designed for your chosen degree program or interest areas. The more information you provide, the better your advisor is  able to help you choose classes that fit your current direction. If you already have college level credit from concurrent college work, credit by exam, or other means, make sure your advisor knows about these credits.

Preparing for Enrollment

Whether you have a well-defined degree and career path or yo u’re still deciding your direction, you have an academic advisor to help you with your enrollment each semester.

Get Career Counseling

In addition, the university provides career counseling through its Career Services office, to help you in your search for a satisfying and lucrative career.