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News: Orientation review sessions offered for parents and family of Roane State students

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November 20, 2023

Roane State's Office of Parent and Family Engagement is offering virtual review sessions ahead of the spring semester for anyone who missed out on 2023-2024 orientation.

Parents and family members of students are invited to attend these events, which will be offered as webinars with the goal of covering important information about how families can support their college students. Event organizers utilized survey data to ensure the topics covered in these shortened sessions will include the most popular and valuable information.
 
The first webinar will be held on Tuesday, November 28, 2023, at 6 p.m. ET. This session will be a general review of the Parent/Family Orientation and will cover a variety of tips to help students succeed. Click here to join this Zoom meeting.

Additional webinars on the calendar include:

Attendees at any session will have the opportunity to ask questions and to suggest topics for the future.

Additional information for parents and family members can be found online at berryfinecandledesign.com/parents.

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