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Dual Studies

Dual Studies: Take college classes while in high school

Benefits of taking college classes now

Welcome back to all of our returning dual enrollment students!

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Pictured above: a few of the returning dual enrollment students from Scott County High School; Lauren Pennington, Lily Cross, Jailin Burress, and in back row, Alex Rector and Troy Wilson

Dual Studies Student of the Month

 

Contact the Dual Studies Office

Phone: (865) 882-4504
Email: wilsonjr@roanestate.edu

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Continuing to a different college or university after Roane State?

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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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