Community College of Rhode Island

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Residency

Application deadlines per semester

  • Summer-Session I (May-2013): Deadline-Friday May 10
  • Summer-Session II (July-2013): Deadline-Friday June 7
  • Fall (September-2013): Deadline-Friday August 9
  • Spring (January-2014): Deadline-Friday January 10
Residency applications are reviewed by the CCRI Residency Appeals Board. They can be submitted to the Office of Enrollment Services at any CCRI location.

The Rhode Island Board of Governors for Higher Education is the governing body for all three state institutions: The University of Rhode Island, Rhode Island College, and the Community College of Rhode Island. This board has established the residency rules for students attending the three state institutions.

Please read all information carefully.

Are you...

  1. a U.S citizens or permanent resident card holder?
  2. an undocumented student?
  3. an eligible non-immigrant student?
  4. eligible for CCRI's regional tuition rate (NEBHE)

U.S. citizens and permanent resident card holders

If you are a US citizen or permanent resident card holder, and have been classified as a non-resident for tuition, based on the information you provided on your admissions application, please download the CCRI Application for In-State Residency .

for U.S. citizens and permanent resident card holders


Undocumented students living in Rhode Island

If you fall into this category, you are required to submit the completed forms below for review:

Forms to submit
  1. Application for Enrollment –CCRI paper application for enrollment (if not already enrolled)
  2. Student Application –for in-state status
  3. Affidavit
  4. Residency Document Checklist for Undocumented Students

Eligible non-immigrant students living in Rhode Island

If you fall into this category, you are required to submit the completed forms below for review:

Forms to submit
  1. Application for Enrollment –CCRI paper application for enrollment (if not already enrolled)
  2. Residency Document Checklist for Non-Immigrant Students

New England Regional Student Program (NEBHE)

The Community College of Rhode Island participates in the Tuition Break program offered by The New England Board of Higher Education. (Click link below to view policy)

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Last Updated: 6/26/15