Intramural Co-Ed Sand Volleyball Championship Tournament

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Sand Volleyball  Championship Tournament 
Thursday, Sept. 28 | 6 p.m. | UVA Courtyard 
Come watch the four intramural volleyball teams square off in the final championship tournament for Sand Volleyball 2023!

RSU Dining Services needs your Feedback!

October 5 at 5:15 - 6 p.m.
Chapman Dining Hall

Hillcats, RSU Sodexo Dining Services would like your feedback on what you like, dislike, or something else you would like to see! All students are invited to attend.

Employee Benefit Enrollment

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2024 Benefit Open Enrollment: Oct. 23 – Nov. 3, 2023
Open Enrollment is almost here! All eligible employees must participate by enrolling or declining benefits.

Thursday, Oct. 26 | 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. | DCTC Ballroom
We have invited all benefit providers to attend on-site to answer questions about their plans. (CIGNA, BCBS, METLIFE, FIDELITY, MAGELLAN)

Monday, Oct. 23 | 9–10 a.m. and 3–4 p.m.
Friday, Oct. 27 | 10–11 a.m. and 2–3 p.m.

Giving Week Donation Funds RSU’s First Robotics Team

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An anonymous Giving Week donation to RSU’s AeroCats drone team has funded the development of the university’s first robotics team. Rogers State University having its own robotics team has long been a goal of Technology and Justice Studies Department Head and AeroCats advisor Curtis Sparling. Learn more about the robotics team »

RSU Radio Alumni Named 2023 NextGen Under 30 Honorees

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Two former RSU Radio personalities and Rogers State graduates were recently named 2023 NextGen Under 30 honorees. Cade Thomas of Broken Arrow and Katie Robbins of Adair were among those given NextGen Under 30 distinctions. Learn more about their awards.

Chemical Engineering Major Excited to Advance Career and Finally Earn College Degree at RSU

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In life, sometimes you have to back up to move forward. Just ask Dakotah Eaton. As a mid-level manager at CF Industries in the Port of Catoosa, Eaton had invested more than 10 years in his company, but advanced as far as he could without a college education. He wanted more for himself. To this end, Eaton enrolled in Rogers State University’s new chemical engineering program, and he couldn’t be more optimistic. Read more about Dakotah »