Open enrollment is now underway for Rogers State University’s spring classes. Classes begin on Jan. 17 with extended registration available through Jan. 19.
RSU offers a variety of associate and bachelor’s degrees both on campus and online, along with its Master of Business Administration.
Interested students can enroll at any of RSU’s three campuses from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. The RSU Bartlesville campus is located at 401 S. Dewey Ave. in downtown Bartlesville, and the RSU Pryor campus is located at 2155 Hwy. 69A in the MidAmerica Industrial Park. The Claremore campus, located at 1701 W. Will Rogers Blvd., will hold extended registration hours in Markham Hall until 6 p.m. Jan. 10-12 and Jan. 17-19.
Current and prospective students can browse the spring schedule at www.rsu.edu/class-schedule. For more information, current and admitted students should contact the Office of Registrar at 918-343-7552. Prospective students can learn more by contacting the Office of Admissions at 918-343-7546.
In addition to its traditional associate and bachelor’s degree programs, RSU offers degree programs specifically geared toward adult learners.
The Reach Higher program at RSU is designed to help those who started college but didn’t finish to complete their degree. The program offers eight-week classes, flexible course schedules, and several online class options. Financial aid is available for qualified students, and employers may provide tuition reimbursement. Upon completion of the Reach Higher program, students will earn a Bachelor of Science in Organizational Leadership. More information is available at www.rsu.edu/reachhigher.
RSU’s MBA program equips students who have earned a bachelor’s degree with the skills they need to advance in their careers. With eight-week classes and five entry points per year, students can complete their master’s degree in as little as 18 months. Interested students can apply by Feb. 15 to start classes as soon as March 20. More information is available at www.rsu.edu/graduate.
RSU has earned national rankings for its value and affordability, including being named by U.S. News and World Report as one of the top schools in the region for lowest student debt upon graduation. The annual report noted that nearly half (49 percent) of RSU’s 2015 graduating class earned a diploma without student debt, which was the most among western regional colleges. For those who did assume student debt, RSU graduates had the second-lowest average debt when compared with western regional college peers.
In addition to scholarships, RSU also offers grants, loans, part-time employment, and endowments. To learn more about RSU’s financial aid and scholarships, visit www.rsu.edu/financial-aid. On-campus housing and meal plans for both resident and commuter students are available.