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Advising Resource Center
(865) 882-4597

Meet the Staff

The Advising Resource Center is comprised of “general” advisors who assist students with academic advising after they have been accepted to Roane State.  They're experts at guiding students through academic planning problems.

How to Get Help With Your Questions

If you are a readmit or transfer student, contact one of ARC’s general advisors to make an academic plan and register for courses. New first-time students to Roane State should schedule an appointment with his or her Success Coach.

Or, if you attended Roane State last semester, you should schedule an appointment with your assigned faculty advisor.

We also have a listing of Roane State departments and the services they provide you.

You Will Be Assigned a Faculty Advisor

For transfer and readmit students, you will be assigned a faculty advisor at the beginning of the semester.  This advisor is very knowledgeable of your major, and will have specialized information you'll need to transition to your university or career.

Once assigned, contact your faculty advisor for all academic advising needs.  Taking the time to stay in touch with your advisor will save you a lot of headaches down the road!

Track Your Progress with DegreeWorks

Want to know what classes you still need to graduate from Roane State?  Sign into your RaiderNet to get your own DegreeWorks evaluation.  DegreeWorks will show you how your classes fulfill requirements, and the classes/requirements you still have remaining to get your degree or certificate.  For more detailed information about interpreting your evaluation, view the information on the DegreeWorks webpage.  

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