An additional round of emergency aid is available to help Spring 2022 students with college expenses impacted by the pandemic. A two-question survey is required for payment. Be sure to complete both questions and click "survey complete." Check your email or visit roanestate.edu/ARPA for info.
In response to the COVID-19 national emergency, President Trump announced that zero interest would accrue on student loans held by federal government agencies for at least 60 days beginning on March 13, 2020.
The CARES Act extended the interest reprieve and implemented an automatic forbearance until January 31, 2022, for any borrower with a student loan held by the Department. For more information, The Department of Education published frequently asked questions (FAQs) with responses for borrowers on its studentaid.gov website.
Roane State offers a comprehensive program of financial aid assistance in the form of scholarships, work-study, grants, and loans. Major emphasis is placed upon financial need, academic achievement, and promise of future success.
Federal financial aid such as Pell grants is only applied to courses that are in your major. For example, if you take four classes, but only three are in your major, then your federal financial aid will be based on the three classes in your major.
Our goal is to respond to any questions asked within 24 hours. When submitting a question, please include your RaiderNet ID Number (R#). During peak times (periods near the start of each semester), we cannot guarantee a 24 hour turn-around in response time. For faster service during peak times, we recommend you visit your local campus for financial aid questions. Contact Us
Financial Aid Office
Roane State Community College
276 Patton Lane
Harriman, TN 37748-5011
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