Since it began offering bachelor's degrees in 2000, it has outpaced the growth of all other public universities in Oklahoma.
It currently has a total enrollment of more than 4,300 students in programs at its three campuses and in its nationally recognized distance-learning programs.
Rogers State teams are a candidate for membership in the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division II competing in the Heartland Conference.
The station's programming consists mainly of indie rock and pop, with specialty rock, blues, jazz and Native American music shows.
RSU also has a radio station and the only university-operated, full-power public television station in Oklahoma.
These facilities on the Claremore campus allow students to gain real-world experience in media and communications during their studies.
In 1923 it became a six-year program, providing a high school and junior college education.
The school received an Army ROTC Honor School rating in 1932, and the junior college division became fully accredited in 1950.