Frequently Asked Questions About Records
- How do I find out what courses are available at CCRI?
- What if a course section is full (closed)?
- What if a course gets cancelled?
- How do I get a transcript?
- How do I find out what my grades are?
- How do I find a CCRI Catalog?
- When is the office open?
- What kind of Information can I receive Online (What is MyCCRI)?
A. Information regarding what courses are currently open is available here. Printed course bulletins are also published for each term and are available in various on-campus locations including the Offices of Enrollment Services locations on each campus.
A. If a course section is full you can sign up for any other open section of the same course. If the closed section is the only one that fits your schedule, you can keep trying to either register online via MyCCRI or by registering in person, through the Office of Enrollment Services. Students who may have signed up for the class may choose to drop the class, thereby opening a seat for you.
A. When a course section is cancelled due to lack of enrollment, you may sign up for any other open section of the same course, provided one is available. When a course is cancelled, you will receive notification from the Office of Enrollment Services, provided that your contact information is accurate. You may also check class cancellations online.
A. Official (and unofficial) Transcripts are available from a number of sources. See instructions for obtaining your official or unofficial transcript here »
A. Student grades are typically available 7-10 days following the completion of the semester. They are mailed to all students whose financial obligations to the institution have been satisfied in full and who have complied with the Rubella/German Measles state law. Grades are available online through MyCCRI.
Q. What kind of Information can I receive Online (What is MyCCRI)?
A. MyCCRI is CCRI's Web Portal, connecting the college community via the Web to academic resources, administrative services, CCRI news and the Internet at large, all online.
Students can use MyCCRI to register, make payments, check grades, use course tools, send and receive e-mail, create your own personal address book, access and manage your personal, course and school calendars, create, manage and join group homepages for clubs, organizations and committees, view targeted messages, news & events, campus announcements and much more.
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