You must be accepted into a degree program and be currently registered for courses at CCRI to be eligible for credits earned through
If you have credits from other accredited colleges and universities, these credits may be transferable to your CCRI transcript. You will be required to have "official" transcripts forwarded to the Office of Enrollment Services. Credits from other institutions are subject to the CCRI'stransfer of credit policy.
The number of credits you may receive from sources external to the Community College of Rhode Island is limited to half the number of credits for your degree program. In most cases, 30 is the maximum number of credits you may earn through the use of CLEP Tests, CCRI Challenge Exams, Sponsored Learning, Military Training & Experience and the PLA Petition process.
Active Duty Military Personnel are exempt. CCRI as a Service-Members Opportunity Collegerequires that active duty military complete 25% of their program at the college.
The American Council on Education's credit recommendations are recognized nationally. Over 1800 colleges and universities accept ACE's recommendation. Therefore, in most instances institutions will recognize these credits awarded by other institutions. Degree requirements differ from institution to institution, and how these credits are applied may differ.
The Rhode Island Board of Governors for Higher Education (RIBGHE) has developed a list ofcourse equivalencies for the purposes of transfer among Rhode Island institutions.
If you are planning to transfer to another institution, it is recommended that you review that institution's degree requirements and transfer of credit policies .
Fees vary depending on the option you choose.
The Community College will only post credits that can be used toward the completion of the degree program in which you are matriculated.
Upon an initial review of your application, you will be contacted.