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.

  • Student Health Center
  • 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.

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.

RSU Student Health Center
Health Sciences Building Rm 164
Monday – Thursday, 8am – 5pm
918-343-7614
 
Rogers County Health Department
2664 OK-88 Claremore
Monday – Friday, 8am – 5pm
918-341-3166
 
Mayes County Health Department
111 NE 1st St, Pryor, OK 74361
Monday – Friday, 8am – 5pm
918-825-4224
 
Washington County Health Department
5121 Jacquelyn Ln, Bartlesville, OK 74006
Monday – Friday, 8am – 5pm
918-335-3005
 
Claremore Indian Hospital
101 S Moore Ave, Claremore, OK 74017
Monday – Friday, 7am – 4pm
918-342-6620
 
Testing is also available through pharmacies and physician offices. 

Quarantine
Rogers State University no longer requires screenings based upon exposure 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.

Isolation
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. 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).

On-Campus Housing
Students living in on-campus housing who have experienced a known exposure, are symptomatic or have tested positive for COVID-19 should complete the form on the “COVID-19” tab on MyRSU (login required) and immediately notify their Resident Assistant (RA). Students will have the option of completing their quarantine and/or isolation either off-campus or by moving into a single on-campus housing unit. 

Return to Class or Work
Upon reporting a positive case, individuals will receive instruction on returning to class or work. Individuals will be cleared to return to campus following five days of isolation and must wear a mask for the first five days upon returning to campus when indoors or around others. 

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 remains operational with in-person classes at regular capacity university-wide for the spring 2022 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: Masking Expectation Suspended – March 25, 2022

Effective immediately Rogers State University suspends its current masking expectation. The expectation was put into place at all campuses on January 18 to combat the then rising number of reported cases. Although the mask expectation will no longer be in effect, members of the RSU community may continue to voluntarily wear masks. Should conditions warrant, a mask expectation may be reinstated in the future.

At all times, the university strongly encourages the entire RSU community to take personal responsibility by:

  • Becoming fully vaccinated.
  • 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.
  • Avoiding large gatherings

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. 

Students living in on-campus housing who have experienced a known exposure, are symptomatic or have tested positive for COVID-19 should complete the form on the “COVID-19” tab on MyRSU (login required) and immediately notify their Resident Assistant (RA). Students will have the option of completing their quarantine and/or isolation off-campus or by moving into a single on-campus housing unit.
 
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. 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).

RSU Student Health Center

First and second doses along with booster doses of COVID-19 vaccines are now available at the Student Health Center on the Claremore campus of Rogers State University. Additionally, flu shots and COVID-19 testing is available. These services are free to RSU students and employees and available by appointment. Masks are required when entering the Student Health Center.

 

The Student Health Center is located on the Claremore campus in Downs Hall Room 164 on west side of the Health Sciences Building. Normal business hours are Monday through Thursday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (closed for 1 hour during lunch). To contact the Student Health Center, call 918-343-7614 or email [email protected].