RSU Women's Club Volleyball Tryouts

🏐 Thursday, Sept. 29
🏐 6-8 pm
🏐 Claremore Rec Center

RSU Women's Club Volleyball is looking for skilled players to join its team. Attend this open gym tryout for more information. Limited spots available. Must be 18 and enrolled in RSU to participate.

Bleach Dye Workshop

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Bleach Dye Workshop
Thursday, September 29, 2022
3-5 pm

Join us outside on the north end of the library for a Bleach Dye Workshop! Just bring a dark colored shirt, hoodie, or tote bag, and we’ll provide the rest!

Hillcat Spirit Week - Social Media Challenge

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Show us your "Hillcat Spirit" Week (Social Media Challenge)
September 26-30, 2022

Monday - Pajama Day
Tuesday - Hillcat Spirit Day
Wednesday - 80's Day
Thursday - Tacky Tourist Day
Friday - Beach Bum Day

How to Participate
Post a photo on your Facebook or Instagram and use #HillcatNation. Make sure your post is public. All winners will be announced via email on Monday, October 3. Winners will receive a themed prize basket.

Prize Categories
Students: Daily - Most creative outfit. Week - Student org with most social media engagement.
Faculty/Staff: Week - Top 3 RSU Department/Offices

Fairest on the Hill

Herrington Hall Atrium

Fairest on the Hill
Friday, September 30, 2022
7 pm | Will Rogers Auditorium

Door prizes, contestant prizes and crowd favorite cash prize. If you are interested in showcasing your talent, or for more info email us at Sponsored by PLC.

City of Claremore Donates Highway Signage Commemorating RSU Softball National Championship

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Like many of the speakers at the national championship ring ceremony Sept. 22, Claremore City Manager John Feary congratulated the members of the 2021-22 Rogers State University softball team on their national championship. But Feary went a step further with the public announcement that the city will be placing permanent signage at the north, south, east and west entry points to the city to honor the team’s national victory. Read more »

RSU’s ‘Dream Team’ Receives National Championship Rings

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Four months after claiming the NCAA Division II softball national championship, the 2021-22 Rogers State University softball team received their championship rings Sept. 22. Held in the ballroom of the Dr. Carolyn Taylor Center, the National Championship Ring Ceremony welcomed back the team in a 5:30 p.m. ceremony that recognized them and honored their historic championship. The Hillcats brought home the university’s first national championship with a 6-1 victory over Cal State Dominguez in May 2022, capping off a 58-10 season that also included a MIAA Tournament Championship. Read more about the ceremony »

Congrats to RSU Softball! We are still so proud of you!

New Department Head’s Vision Includes Community Outreach, Providing for State’s Workforce Needs

Curtis Sparling standing next to drone

As someone who is well-acquainted with the building, repair and maintenance of drones, R. Curtis Sparling can appreciate the unique perspective they can give their operators from several thousand feet in the air.

As the new head of the Rogers State University’s Technology & Justice Studies Department, Sparling brings his own unique perspective and vision when it comes to what he sees for the future of his department.

“I became department head on the first of August, so I’ve been in the position for a little over a month,” Sparling said. “I believe that we in higher education are at a precipice, if you will, specifically with regards to workforce development, and our department is poised to meet many of those emerging workforce needs in northeastern Oklahoma.

Read more of his story »