Rogers State University to Host Psychology and Sociology Day March 13

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Psychology & Sociology day. March 13. 9 am.Rogers State University will host a preview day for high school students interested in learning about careers in psychology and sociology.

Scheduled for 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Wednesday, March 13, RSU’s Psychology and Sociology Day is an event at which attendees can learn more about psychology, sociology, community counseling and environmental studies degree plans available at RSU and take the first step towards a career that explores the human condition.

“This event will basically be a day to show off our department to high school seniors and transfer students who have expressed an interest in one of our degrees,” said Dr. Brian Adrews, RSU Psychology and Sociology Department head. “While the students are with us, some of the activities we’re planning include a tour of the MSCC (Master of Science in Community Counseling) and research center and peer-mentoring program; a presentation on potential career paths some sociology, environmental studies, and psychology activities; an information session with current RSU psychology and sociology majors; and a mini-browse session, during which our faculty can talk individually or to small groups about our different degrees.”

In addition to degree plan information, event attendees will gain important information about the admission process, scholarships and financial aid, residential life, and more.

Attendance at RSU’s Psychology and Sociology Day is free, but space is limited. Reservations are encouraged.

The event will be held in the Dr. Carolyn Taylor Center on the RSU campus in Claremore.

For more information about Psychology & Sociology Day, contact Campus Visits and Events Coordinator Natalia Sumner at 918-343-7751, [email protected] or visit