The collaboration was formalized during a signing event with Rose State President Dr. Jeanie Webb (second from left) and OCU President Dr. Kenneth Evans (second from right).

Rose State College and Oklahoma City University signed a series of articulation agreements Monday aimed at helping students more easily navigate their way to a four-year degree. The collaboration – involving agreements for 14 academic majors in the Arts & Sciences – was formalized during a signing event with Rose State President Dr. Jeanie Webb and OCU President Dr. Kenneth Evans.
This partnership allows Rose State College students to seamlessly transfer credits to Oklahoma City University, providing a clear pathway to achieve their academic goals.
“We are thrilled to partner with Oklahoma City University to offer these structured pathways,” Webb said. “These agreements are a testament to our commitment to student success, ensuring that our students can achieve their academic and career goals without facing the challenges of credit transfer issues.”
Programs under terms of the agreement are:
• Graphic Design
• Studio Art
• Exercise Science
• Human Performance
• History
• History/Political Science
• Multimedia Journalism & Broadcast Production
• Strategic Communication
• Philosophy
• Political Science – International
• Political Science
• Political Science – Pre-Law
• Philosophy/Political Science/Economics
• Psychology
Evans noted that access to an affordable college education is a major point of emphasis for academic institutions around the country.
“Partnerships such as these create the pathways students need to assist them on their journey,” he said. “We appreciate the Rose State administration and look forward to welcoming their students to the OCU campus.”
The collaboration between Rose State College and OCU represents a significant step toward making higher education more accessible and affordable, both school leaders said. By starting their education at a community college, students can save on tuition costs and then complete their bachelor’s degree at a four-year university, confident that their hard-earned credits will transfer.
For more information on the transfer agreements and the programs available, please visit Rose State College and Oklahoma City University.