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Winter Term - How To Get Started

Winter Term - How To Get Started

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About Winter Term

Winter term is considered part of either fall or spring semester. You may choose whichever semester best benefits you. For example, you can select which semester’s GPA you want the course to count toward (Fall 2019 or Spring 2020) and you may be able to use financial aid to pay for it. If you are interested in financial aid, please contact us immediately.

Getting Started: Current Roane State Students

The registration PIN if following fall semester will be the same PIN as fall.

The registration PIN if following spring semester will only be available from your Success Coach or Academic Advisor.

Getting Started: Students Currently at another College or University

Please contact the Advising Resource Center to get started. It is important to get started right away as there may be several documents needed.

Schedule of Classes

Winter Term as part of Fall 2019 (best term for some students)

Winter Term as part of Spring 2020 (best term for most students)

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