Rose State College in Oklahoma City Begins New Chapter with New President

Dr. Jeanie S. Webb has officially become the president of Rose State College, assuming her duties at the suburban Oklahoma City campus on July 1, 2013 upon the retirement of Dr. Terry D. Britton. She will be the college’s seventh president and first woman president since its founding in 1970. http://www.rose.edu/

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Dr. Jeanie Webb is Rose State College’s seventh president.

Dr. Jeanie Webb is Rose State College’s seventh president.

The college is in a solid financial position, providing a great foundation upon which to build our future.

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (PRWEB) July 05, 2013

President Jeanie S. Webb takes the reins of Rose State College in Oklahoma City at a time when she will oversee a dramatic, $22 million-dollar campus advancement plan. Over the next two years this will include expansion of the Learning Resources Center, upgrading of technology infrastructure, renovation of the Aquatic Center, and modernization of numerous classroom facilities.

“I am very honored to be assuming the presidency of Rose State,” said Dr. Webb. “The college is in a solid financial position, providing a great foundation upon which to build our future. At the same time, all of higher education faces numerous challenges, and we will be very focused on how we can best meet the evolving needs of our students and the communities we serve.”

A product of a community college herself, Dr. Webb has served Rose State College as the Vice President of Student Affairs for the past 12 years. Dr. Webb began her higher education career teaching at Northeastern State University in Tahlequah, progressing to associate professor. She went on to serve as Assistant Vice President of Academic Affairs and Dean of the NSU Tulsa, Muskogee, and Claremore campuses.

Dr. Webb has been active in many professional and civic organizations, including the Midwest City and Del City Chambers of Commerce, the Economic Advisory Board, the 72d ABW COMMSTAR and 552d ACW Honorary Commander Programs, as well as many others.

Rose State College is a suburban Oklahoma City college with a diverse enrollment of approximately 11,000 students per year, offering more than 60 degrees in a variety of subjects, including health care, engineering and cyber security.


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