RSU Hosts Oklahoma Counselors for Recruitment Luncheon

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Alumni Director Travis Peck spoke to the audience about what Claremore has to offer. Claremore has students from all walks of life, including students from 38 states, 36 countries and six continents.

Rogers State University’s Office of Admissions hosted its Counselors’ Luncheon on the Claremore campus today.

Counselors and administrators from area high schools engaged in workshops to learn about the campus culture, available majors in undergraduate and graduate studies and participate in an informative session on RSU’s newest programs and partnerships. More than 50 area high schools were represented.

“High school counselors play a crucial role in helping students find the right college that fits their personal and academic goals,” Addison Sewell, campus visits and events coordinator, said. “You need to feel at home and supported by your college to have the best experience possible. And you can do that, right here at RSU.” 

RSU offers a variety of master’s, bachelor’s and associate degrees to assist students in achieving their academic goals, as well as a vibrant campus life with student organizations to foster development inside and outside of the classroom.

Twenty thousand dollars in scholarships were awarded to high school seniors during the event. RSU is committed to removing cost as a barrier for attending college with more than 80% of students receiving financial aid and nearly half of students graduating debt free. 

RSU is a public regional university in the Tulsa metro providing the complete college experience, with branch campuses in Bartlesville and Pryor. RSU is consistently recognized as one of the region’s most affordable colleges.

Spring enrollment for all students, including incoming students begins November 1. Students can submit their online application at