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RSU Bartlesville


Interviews with Mr. Sears, Dr. Quinn, Ms. Manning, Dr. Rice and Mr. Beierschmitt during the signing of the agreement.

Bartlesville's Promise

Graduates of Bartlesville High School who meet certain academic and income requirements may attend Rogers State University without paying any out-of-pocket expenses as part of a partnership between BHS, RSU and the community of Bartlesville.

The partnership is part of the Bartlesville’s Promise to Students Program. The agreement is signed by Dr. Larry Rice, RSU President; Dr. Gary Quinn, Superintendent of Bartlesville Public Schools; and Marta Manning, President of the Bartlesville Board of Education.

RSU is committed to making a college education as accessible and affordable as possible for all students. Students should not be denied an education because they cannot afford it. A lower income should never be a barrier to attending college.

It has been clearly established through decades of research that those who earn a college degree are more likely to earn a higher income and lead a successful and productive life.

To qualify for the Bartlesville’s Promise to Students Program at RSU, a student must:

  • graduate from Bartlesville High School with a 2.7 grade point average or higher
  • achieve a score of 20 or higher on the ACT college entrance exam
  • qualify for participation in the Oklahoma’s Promise Program
  • qualify for the maximum level of federal and state financial aid after completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
  • and qualify for admission to RSU

If a student meets those requirements, he or she will incur no out-of-pocket expenses associated with attending the university, including tuition and fees, as long as the student continues to meet the requirements of receiving all applicable financial aid, remains a full-time student and maintains minimum academic standards.

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