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“It's more of a community. Some of the teachers will provide coffee. The faculty understand that you are in evening classes because, during the day, you have kids or a job. The faculty understand you have more going on than school. As long as you make the time for school, you can do it. And, it's a nice little break to do something for yourself. When you go to school, you are making a point to accomplish something for yourself.”

Ashley Humphrey
Evening student, married with two children

You want a college education but you need to work. There just is not enough time during the day.

Guess what? You do not have to choose between work, family and advancing your education. Through Roane State’s evening classes, you can make steady progress toward your degree while you work.

Taking classes while you work is challenging, but you can do it! With Roane State’s evening classes, you will have support. You will be part of a community of students who are all facing the same challenge. Students in Roane State evening classes study together, build friendships and encourage each other as they pursue their degrees.

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