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News: Roane State to host virtual information sessions for students and parents May 26 and 28

News: Roane State to host virtual information sessions for students and parents May 26 and 28

Roane State Community College will host two virtual information sessions this month focused on addressing questions from students and their parents during the uncertainty of the COVID-19 pandemic. The sessions are scheduled for Tuesday, May 26 and Thursday, May 28, 2020.

The May 26 session will be geared toward current and prospective students as they prepare for classes or are considering enrollment for summer or fall. The May 28 session will focus on answering questions parents may have about the college’s plans.

Led by Roane State President Dr. Chris Whaley, panelists from financial aid, student services, public safety, admissions and other divisions will be present to address concerns or general questions. Questions are being collected beforehand and can be sent to questions@roanestate.edu.

Information for joining the zoom meetings is listed below:

Link to join the Zoom meetings: https://roanestate.zoom.us/j/94418383820

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