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Dual Studies
Dual Studies
Dual Studies
Dual Enrollment students

Dual Studies

Take college classes at your high school to keep your college costs down and to be better prepared for college.

  • Learn how to handle college-level work while still in high school.
  • Start earning credits toward your college degree now, which could save you time and money down the road.
  • Take advantage of grants and scholarship only available while you are in high school.

Attention Students: Please be aware of the TN Dual Enrollment Grant (TDEG) changes for 2015-2016. More information

Getting Started & Returning Students

Learn More About the Program

Learn About Our Dual Enrollment Scholarship

Contact the Dual Studies Office

Phone: (865) 882-4504

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Information for Counselors

This program relies heavily on the dedication of high school counselors to make the classes happen - thank you.  Roane State seeks to assist you in developing appropriate programs of study that enable your students to transition seamlessly to postsecondary education.

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