I hope you enjoy exploring this page and can feel my appreciation for the amazing journey of pursuing formal education. I have lived in the United States, Venezuela and studied abroad in London, Windsor, Eton & Paris.

In 2013 I returned to college to give myself the gift of a lifetime. Every moment is relished. Each accomplishment leads to yet another stage in life-long learning. Knowledge combined with diversity and travel continue to enrich my spirit and vision.

Investing myself diligently to maintain an academic status as an Honors Scholar while pursuing a baccalaureate in American Studies with a minor in Political Science will take me on to a Masters in Cultural Diplomacy.  The rewards thus far are dual associate degrees including a Liberal Arts degree with a focus in Peace Studies & Conflict Resolution and a second degree in Enterprise Development.

My educational future includes:
Applying to study for a summer semester at Harvard University. Before beginning a Masters degree I will pursue a diploma in Human Rights and Forced Displacement from the United Nations University for Peace at the Human Rights Center in Costa Rica.

I look forward to occasionally enriching summers at Oxford University participating in international study, tutor and seminar at Oxford Summer School for Adults (OUSSA). In 2016 I will apply for the Fulbright Award and if successful in becoming a Fulbright Scholar I will compare opportunities to study and research abroad.
--Janna "Jai" Rogers

"I have had the honor of recommending Janna (Jai) Rogers for the Tulsa Community College Honors Scholar Program.  I have never met a more worthy candidate in my 30 years of teaching.  Janna is a radiant spirit; one of those rare people of whom you feel fortunate to meet along the journey of life."
-- TCC Instructor, Honors Humanities
"Great job! ...I have THOROUGHLY enjoyed having you in my class this semester. You are the caliber of student instructors love to have in class. You were such an asset and I know your classmates felt the same way. Please stay in touch - I look forward to seeing where your next adventure takes you!"
-- TCC Instructor, International Relations

Dear Janna

Congratulations on your admission to Oklahoma State University in Tulsa for the Fall 2015 semester. On behalf of all OSU faculty, staff and students, welcome to the Cowboy family!
At Oklahoma State University, we’re helping create the next generation of inspired leaders, and being admitted is the first step toward joining our vibrant community of learning.  Please contact the OSU-Tulsa Advising Center at 918-594-8271 and schedule an appointment with an academic adviser.

If you are currently enrolled at another institution, your admission is conditional pending that you meet OSU’s transfer admission requirements following the completion of your current coursework.  Please have the registrar’s office of the institution at which you are currently enrolled forward a final, official college transcript to our office as soon as final grades are available. You will be notified if your admission status changes based on the evaluation of this transcript.
If you have any questions, please contact the OSU-Tulsa Office of Undergraduate Admissions at 918-594-8020 or via email at tulsa.admissions@okstate.edu.

N. Christine Crenshaw, Director
OSU Undergraduate Admissions


Dear Janna

Your application for admission to The Honors College at Oklahoma State University has been received and I am pleased to inform you that you meet our qualifications. Your Honors College eligibility will be reviewed again at the time you enroll to take into account any additional college grades you have earned.

As an active participant in The Honors College at OSU you will enjoy small classes taught by outstanding professors, special honors advising provided by honors advisors who themselves are former Honors students, use of The Honors College study lounge and computer facility in Old Central and early enrollment privileges.

We are proud of The Honors College and the accomplishments of the outstanding students who have earned the Honors College Degree—the highest academic distinction that may be earned by an undergraduate student at OSU.

When you come to OSU to enroll, please come by The Honors College office in 101 Old Central to evaluate which honors courses will fit your schedule. If you have any questions please feel free to contact the Honors College and one of us will help you. Our office telephone number is (405) 744-6799, and our email address is Honors@okstate.edu. .

It is a pleasure to welcome you to our supportive community of scholars.


Keith Garbutt Ph.D., Dean
OSU Honors College
Professor of Botany


Dear Janna

Congratulations! You have been awarded an OSU Regents Distinguished Transfer Scholarship...for up to two years. This tuition Scholarship begins with the 2015-2016 academic year and recognizes your outstanding  academic achievements and your potential for success at OSU.

By accepting this scholarship you are making an investment in yourself and Oklahoma State University. We expect that you will both benefit from and contribute to the academic excellence at OSU for the duration of your undergraduate study.


Chad Blew, Director
OSU Office of Schoarships and Financial Aid

Educational Pursuits

1.  Aspire to become a Fulbright Scholar. The Fulbright Program is the flagship international educational exchange program sponsored by the U.S. government and is designed to increase mutual understanding between the people of the United States and the people of other countries.

2. Earn a diploma in Human Rights and Forced Displacement from the United Nations University for Peace at the Human Rights Center in Costa Rica

3. Study at Harvard University and at  Oxford University summer programs for adults (OUSSA)

4. Choose a Masters program in Cultural Diplomacy


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