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Dual Studies

Dual Studies

Dual Studies

Dual Studies: Take college classes at your high school

Dual Enrollment students

Benefits of taking college classes now

  • Get an advantage: Learn to handle college-level work
  • Minimize debt: Keep your college costs down
  • More aid: Get scholarships only available in high school
  • Advance: Earn credits now and possibly earn a degree faster

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

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Dual Studies Student of the Month


Cole Pawlaczyk is a senior at Clinton High School. Cole is involved in the CHS Robotics, H.O.S.A, Snapdragons, NHS Envirothon Team Key Club, and the Scholars Bowl. He enjoys taking Dual Enrollment classes and applying for scholarships. Mathematics, science, and biology are his favorite high school subjects. After graduation, Cole would like to major in Biomedical Engineering and Operational Management. His career goals include becoming a Biomedical Engineer, Program Director, and a Chief Engineer where he can revolutionize the medical field.

Congratulations Cole on being the Student of the Month!

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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Roane State Community College
276 Patton Lane
Harriman, TN 37748-5011

(865) 354-3000 or toll free 866-462-7722
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