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Degree Works: Track your academic progress

Log-In To DegreeWorks

  1. Log into RaiderNet
  2. Select "Your Records"
  3. Select "DegreeWorks Evaluation"

If DegreeWorks is not working for you, please contact the Help Desk at:
865-354-3000, x4357. Provide them with your R# when you call.

Understanding the DegreeWorks Audit

"What-if" – exploring degrees/majors

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FAQ – Frequently Asked Questions

How Does DegreeWorks Help Me?

DegreeWorks, located in your RaiderNet account, is a tool designed to help track your progress towards degree/certificate completion.

You can quickly identify the courses you've completed, along with the courses still needed in order to graduate within a particular major.

The "What-If" feature will allow you to explore the requirements of other majors offered at the college. You can see how your course credits would apply to a different major – before you change your major.

DegreeWorks does not take the place of meeting with your faculty advisor. Roane State encourages students to meet regularly with a faculty advisor to review progress towards graduation and the achievement of your educational goals.

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