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Senators Central
Guiding You Start to Finish

Financial Aid
Helping students pay for college

Providing university transfer and in-demand career programs

Student Services
Helping students succeed

Workforce Training
Offering non-credit courses for both business and pleasure

Center for Workforce Development
Meeting the area's workforce needs

Enhancing Walters State through private support

Providing opportunities for alumni to reconnect

Making education convenient

Providing agribusiness, educational and commercial activities and events

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Quality Enhancement Plan
Student learning and teaching effectiveness development

Information and educational technologies

Institutional Effectiveness and Compliance

Printing Services
Supplying the institution with quality printed materials

Business Office
Serving students and college departments

Budgeting & Business Services
Serving students and college departments

Global Connections
Bringing international events to our students

Senators Emergency Text
Get the latest emergency communications

Support Staff Council
Providing resources for our staff

Special Events
Bringing new experiences to our students and community

Catalog & Student Handbook
Requirements and college information

Academic & Events Calendar
Keep tabs on important dates

Human Resources
Assisting in hiring, training, evaluating, rewarding and counseling of employees

Current college-wide policies

Degree Works Help
Run a degree audit. Meet with an advisor. Register for classes.

Protecting and honoring student privacy

Career in a Year
Become career ready in a year

TN eCampus Courses

TN eCampus Courses are 100% online web courses with no on-ground or virtual class meeting requirements. On-ground or virtually proctored exams may be required. Students complete courses using the TBR TN eCampus learning management system. To complete all requirements for these courses, students must have reliable Internet access via a DSL or higher broadband connection. Students may access the Internet through campus WiFi and computer facilities at the Morristown, Niswonger, and Sevierville campuses or anywhere else they have Internet access. The college is not responsible for obtaining or maintaining students’ individual equipment or software for accessing the Internet. For detailed information go to:

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