Vaccine Incentive

Rogers State University strongly encourages the entire RSU community to get vaccinated. In an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19, RSU is offering a one-time $100 incentive to all currently enrolled students and employees who provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination by Monday, November 1, 2021. 

Submit proof of vaccination through MyRSU (COVID-19 tab in top menu).

Direct Link: https://my.rsu.edu/ICS/COVID-19/Vaccination_Incentive.jnz 

Rogers State University strongly encourages the entire RSU community to get vaccinated. The COVID-19 vaccine is readily available to the public and can be received at various locations including the agencies listed below and through many doctor's offices and pharmacies.

  • Rogers County Health Department
    2664 OK-88 Claremore
    Monday – Friday, 8am – 5pm
    918-341-3166
  • Claremore Indian Hospital
    The Claremore Indian Hospital has COVID vaccine appointments available for eligible American Indians/Alaskan Natives and Non-Native Americans who are 18 years old or older. Schedule an appointment.
  • Oklahoma State Department of Health
    The vaccine is available through the Oklahoma State Department of Health portal.
  • CDC Vaccine Finder
    The CDC Vaccine Finder includes a comprehensive list of vaccine sites in Oklahoma.

Vaccine Incentive

Rogers State University strongly encourages the entire RSU community to get vaccinated. In an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19, RSU is offering a one-time $100 incentive to all currently enrolled students and employees who provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination by Monday, November 1, 2021. To submit proof of vaccination online, login to MyRSU by visiting https://my.rsu.edu/ICS/COVID-19/Vaccination_Incentive.jnz (COVID-19 tab in top meu).

If you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms or believe you have been in close contact with someone who recently tested positive for COVID-19, you can get a COVID-19 test at one of the following locations.

Please call the location of your choice for further instruction.

RSU Student Health Center
Health Sciences Bldg Rm 164
Monday – Thursday, 8am – 5pm
918-343-7614

Access Medical Urgent Care
401 W Blue Starr Dr. Claremore
Monday – Friday, 8am – 8pm
Saturday and Sunday, 9am – 6pm
918-343-6000

Rogers County Health Department
2664 OK-88 Claremore
Monday – Friday, 8am – 5pm
918-341-3166

Rogers State University no longer requires screenings and does not issue guidance on quarantine due to exposure. Consistent with past practices, if a student or employee receives quarantine guidance from their healthcare provider RSU will honor the CDC guidance for quarantine due to exposure.

Students and employees who have tested positive for COVID-19 should file a report by completing the form on the “COVID-19” tab on MyRSU (login required). Individuals who test positive for COVID-19 should immediately isolate and seek the advice of their primary care physician for guidelines on health management, quarantine and clearance to return to school or work. Students and employees who are sick or experiencing COVID-19 symptoms should stay at home and communicate their absence with their professors or supervisors.

Rogers State University resumes in-person classes at regular capacity university-wide for the fall 2021 semester. All campuses are open to the public and third parties may host events in university facilities. This site serves as a centralized, evolving resource for campus operations. Please visit frequently for the latest information.

COVID-19 Update – August 13, 2021

Keeping the RSU community healthy this fall will rely on all of us doing our part. Here are three things you can do to slow the spread of COVID-19:

  1. Get Vaccinated – The university strongly encourages the entire RSU community to get vaccinated.
  2. Wear a Mask – The CDC currently recommends that unvaccinated individuals continue to wear a mask when around others indoors, regardless of their area’s rate of transmission, while vaccinated individuals are encouraged to wear a mask indoors in areas with high virus transmission.
  3. Take Personal Responsibility
    • Practicing good hygiene and washing hands regularly.
    • Monitoring personal health and taking temperature daily.
    • Respecting the personal space of others.
    • Remaining at home when sick or experiencing COVID-19 symptoms.

Feeling Sick?

Students and employees who are sick, running a fever or experiencing COVID-19 symptoms should stay at home and communicate their absence with their supervisors.

Report a Positive Case

Students and employees who test positive for COVID-19 should immediately isolate and seek the advice of their primary care physician for guidance on health management and clearance to return to school or work. Employees who have tested positive for COVID-19 should file a report by completing the form on the “COVID-19” tab on MyRSU (login required).