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Student Life

Fall 2022 Roane State Student Life Events & Activities

Due to COVID-19 all events are subject to change. 

Check back frequently for updates and keep an eye on your RSCC email for more details!!!




Street Painting Festival- October 8, 2022 8:00am EST

Jackson Square - Oak Ridge

For more information go to www.roanestate.edu/streetpainting



Hispanic Heritage Month Film Series- September 15- October 15, 2022

Roane State Student Life celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month and Hispanic Americans in film.

Rita Moreno: Just a Girl Who Decided to Go for It


Precious Knowledge


Rita Moreno: Just a Girl Who Decided to Go for It

Click here to watch Rita Moreno: Just a Girl Who Decided to Go For It

Over a 70+ year career, Rita Moreno defied both her humble upbringing and relentless racism to become one of the rare EGOT (Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, Tony) Award Winners of our time. Her resilience and talent triumphed over adversity and broke barriers for generations of artists who refuse to be pigeonholed. 



Click here to view Prospect

A teenage girl and her father travel to a remote alien moon, aiming to strike it rich. They’ve secured a contract to harvest a large deposit of the elusive gems hidden in the depths of the moon’s toxic forest. But there are others roving the wilderness and the job quickly devolves into a fight to survive. Forced to contend not only with the forest’s other ruthless inhabitants, but her own father’s greed-addled judgement , the girl finds she must carve her own path to escape. 


Precious Knowledge

Click here to watch Precious Knowledge

Precious Knowledge reports from the frontlines of one of the most contentious battles in public education in recent memory, the fight over Mexican American studies programs in Arizona public schools. 



PEP Band Meeting- September 30, 2022 10am-12pm EST- Harriman Campus, O'Brien Theatre

First Responder Appreciation Day- FREE LUNCH - Friday September 16, 2022 Drop in any time between 11:00am-1:30pm EST. 

Harriman Campus- Vann Student Center


Free Movie Series- September 16, 2022 6:30pm EST- Cruella- The Historic Princess Theater, Harriman TN.

Brought to you by Roane State Community College Arts and Lectures



National Suicide Awareness Month- September 1-30, 2022- All Campuses

TN Statewide Crisis Line: 1-855-CRISIS-1
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-TALK
Text TN to 741741

There are some behaviors that signal possible suicidal thoughts and attempts. Knowing these signals and taking action may help you save someone’s life. A person might be suicidal if they:

  • Have sadness or depression that will not go away
  • Become withdrawn or isolate themselves from friends, family, and society
  • Have difficulty going to classes
  • Become highly anxious or agitated
  • Display rage or uncontrolled anger
  • Give away prized possessions
  • Increase their use of alcohol and drugs
  • Acquire a firearm
  • Lose weight or have a decrease in appetite
  • Change their sleeping patterns, cannot sleep, or sleep all the time
  • Engage in reckless and risk-taking behavior 
  • State they have no reason to live
  • Talk about or threaten suicide. (If this happens, TAKE IMMEDIATE ACTION and CALL 911).

Remember: Any one of these warning signs alone does not necessarily indicate a person is suicidal. However, several warning signs may be cause for concern. Warning signs are especially important if the person has attempted suicide in the past. Listen. Get professional help. Your actions may save a life


National Voter Registration Month- September 1-30, 2022- All Campuses

#RaidersVote #govotetn.gov 

September is National Voter Registration Month. The Tennessee Secretary of State’s office is challenging colleges and universities across the state to participate in a social media competition to encourage students to register to vote

Getting registered to vote is easy. Just click on the link below during the month of September, choose Roane State Community College #RaidersVote 

College Voter Registration Competition | Civics Application (tnsos.org)


Fall 2022 Welcome Back Week- August 22-25, 2022- All Campuses

1st Day of Class Photo Contest- August 17-18, 2022- All RSCC Students

Show us your first day of class photos! 

Email you pics to fugatejj@roanestate.edu or post on social media using #1stdayRSCC. 

Winner will be chosen Friday, August 19. 








Campus Life


Come out and see the Raiders and Raiderettes compete in basketball, softball, and baseball.

Roane State Athletics Website

Intramural Sports---MORE INFORMATION COMING Soon!

Intramural Website

2022-2023 Roane State Student-Athlete Student Handbook

Click here to access the RSCC Student-Athlete Student Handbook

Recreation and Events

Expo Center

Fitness Center

Tennis courts are available on the Harriman campus.

Art and Culture

Campus Activities Board

The CAB is open to all current RSCC students on all campuses. To apply, fill out the online application for campus activities board 

Tennessee Intercollegiate State Legislature


Jennifer J Fugate • (865) 882-4570 • Click name for email address

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