Advising Resource Center
The Advising Resource Center is comprised of “general” advisors who provide academic advising resources for faculty and staff.
If you have a Faculty Advisor or Success Coach (found at the top of your RaiderNet homepage), you must make an appointment to see that person for your advising questions and to get your registration PIN.
For recently accepted returning or transfer students planning to attend classes for Summer 2018.
► Contact our office to discuss your academic plan, get your registration PIN and register for courses.
Current students who have not yet registered for Fall 2018 and are unable to meet with their faculty advisor or do not have an assigned advisor can schedule an appointment below.
Each semester or registration period, students will be required to meet with their faculty advisor or success coach to obtain a PIN number for registration. Schedule an appointment well before registration opens to make a graduation plan. Students accepted into Nursing or Health Sciences programs are exempt from this requirement.
Beginning Fall 2018, all degree-seeking students will be assigned a Success Coach for their first semester of attendance at Roane State. When student success criteria are achieved, you will then be assigned to a faculty advisor. This advisor is very knowledgeable of your major, and will have specialized information you'll need to transition to your university or career.
Students in Technical Certificate programs will be assigned to a faculty advisor upon official acceptance to the college.
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!
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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