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Yes! For any questions or concerns about enrollment, please contact the Student Enrollment Office:
When you’re ready to apply, simply fill out the online application for admission. After submitting your online application, you are then encouraged to review your personalized admissions checklist to see what items and procedures are needed for your admittance.
For details concerning any proof of immunizations, please consult the Immunization Requirements webpage.
The student is responsible for providing Roane State with all prior academic transcripts, both high school and college. To request any transcripts, students should contact the high school or college in question to discuss the requesting methods honored at that particular institution.
If you’d like a private campus tour, please contact your campus of interest, see the individual campus page for contact details. Typically, campus tours will be provided at major on-campus events for prospective and new students, such as Open House or New Student Orientations.
For our current tuition and fee rates, please refer to our online fee sheet.
RSCC offers a wide selection of degree and certificate programs. To see which program best suits your interests, please review our Academic Programs and Majors for additional information.
Degree-seeking students anticipating either an Associate of Arts (A.A.) or an Associate of Science (A.S.) have curricula designed to transfer to a senior college or university. For convenience, students should review the University Transfer Program section of the current Roane State Catalog.
Roane State offers a wide variety of Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) degrees, as well as certificate programs; to look into these programs in detail, simply refer to our Academic Programs and Majors and select “Career Pathways.”
ACT/ACCUPLACER scores are required for admission, but are used specifically for academic placement. Because these scores are only valid for five years, students with outdated scores should be retested.
For students under 21-years old, academic placement depends on the ACT subsection scores in English, Math, and Reading Comprehension. If a student’s scores are below an 18 in English, 19 in Math, or a 19 in Reading, he or she will be required to enroll into Learning Support classes.
Students 21 and older must take the ACCUPLACER Placement Exam. To avoid having to take Learning Support classes, ACCUPLACER students must have a minimum of a 250 for Writing/English, 250 for Reading and 250 for Math.
A full-time student is one who is enrolled for a minimum of twelve credit hours per semester.
To sign up for a new student orientation session, please refer to NSO’s webpage for scheduling dates, locations, and options.
Roane State Community College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, creed, ethnicity or national origin, sex, disability, age, status as protected veteran or any other class protected by Federal or State laws and regulation and by Tennessee board of Regents policies with respect to employment, programs, and activities. View full non-discrimination policy.