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There are many reasons students choose the Community College of Rhode Island for the next step in their education. Hear their stories and see some of the exciting events that take place on our campuses.
The Running Start Program is a dual enrollment program for high school seniors who have demonstrated the academic achievement and maturity necessary to enroll in college courses during their senior year of high school. Seniors who wish to study at CCRI on a full-time basis (12 credits) during the day may be eligible to earn college credit and credit toward high school graduation simultaneously.
Regardless of your age, background or financial status, CCRI fully supports adult students in developing their education and career plans. At CCRI, higher education is accessible to all through four campus locations, two satellite campuses, class scheduling options, financial aid, advisers and a diverse campus atmosphere.
Attending a CCRI Admissions Info Session can help you develop your education plan and options for financial aid.
Students reflect on what brought them to the college, what CCRI means to them and what they learned about themselves in this video that was shown during the college’s 51st commencement on May 20, 2016.
Two Community College of Rhode Island students share their stories and express gratitude for the scholarships they received. Give today - bit.ly/CCRIgift.
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