Below are the answers to some of our most frequently asked questions. Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have additional questions.
- Can I smoke in the apartment?
- Can I move provided furniture to storage?
- What is Residential Life’s missing person policy?
- Does on-campus housing have high crime statistics?
- Are the units co-ed?
- Is there a curfew for on-campus housing?
- Do I have individual contract liability?
- What is the floor plan?
- What about utilities?
- How do I reserve a room?
- What qualifies me to be eligible for housing?
- How do I make a payment?
- Are any of the complexes closed during academic breaks?
The Board of Regents has established a Tobacco Free Policy consistent with Oklahoma Governor's Executive Orders 2012-01 and 2013-43. All properties and facilities of Rogers State University are tobacco, electronic cigarette and vaping device-free.
No, all provided furniture must stay in the actual unit. However, you can bring your own furniture if you are able to store provided furniture within the unit.
In compliance with Higher Education Act, Rogers State University Residential Life has procedures for what someone should do if they believe someone is missing and what steps that the University will take to find the individual. For more specifics on policy, view full procedures and forms.
Rogers State University has very low crime statistics related to alcohol, drugs, and theft. The Jeanne Cleary Security Act provided the University’s crime statistics for past three reporting years.
The residents are all the same gender within each of the units of University Village A, B, and C. However, there could be a unit of opposite sex living across the hall.
We do not have a curfew for any of our complexes (University Village A, B, and C). If you are going to have a guest anytime during the hours of 2:00 a.m. - 7:00 a.m. you will need a guest pass. You get five guest passes per semester.
Residents of off-campus apartments are generally required to share responsibility for the entire apartment contract or lease. That means that if one roommate does not pay his or her share - all the others have to come up with the money or face possible eviction. At the RSU Student Apartments you have an individual contract so you will not be responsible for your roommate’s portion.
We have four different unit layouts. Our residence halls are already furnished and provide a great balance of privacy and economy. See residence hall diagrams.
The university pays water, electric, sewer, trash, and gas for the hot water system, which saves you about 20 percent over in-unit electric water heaters. All units are energy-efficient, well-insulated, and feature low-consumption appliances. Each unit in University A has its own thermostatically controlled central air conditioning and heating while University B and C units are controlled by Physical Plant due to geothermal system.
Mail your completed and signed Housing Application to RSU to be placed on our list of interested students. Call 918-343-7789 if you have any questions.
When we know that we will have space available for you, we will contact you by mail to complete the remaining housing process including payment of a $200 deposit, signing a contract, and proof of meningococcal vaccine. Rooms are assigned on a space-availability basis, so do not delay and apply today.
In order to be eligible to apply for a housing contract, RSU students must be currently enrolled or planning to enroll full time (12 credit hours). New students are encouraged to complete the admissions application process early.
Payments need to be arranged through RSU online payment plan system. If your account is not paid in full by the end of the semester, a $50 late fee will be assessed.
No, the Office of Residential Life allows students to reside in all three complexes while University is closed for academic breaks.