Winter Session

For the first time, we’re offering a Winter Session that will allow you to take a course in a condensed format between the fall and spring semesters. Students can register for one course in the Winter Session.

winter sessionThe session will run from Jan. 2 to 17, with classes offered at the Knight Campus in Warwick and online. Registration is open for degree/certificate students and on Dec. 4 for non-degree/certificate students. Please note, winter courses can be found within the spring course term on MyCCRI.

Winter Session 2019 course offerings:

  • BIOL-1070-J01 Human Anatomy and Physiology
  • BUSN-1010-J01 Introduction to Business
  • ENGL-0500-J01 Basics of Composition
  • ENGL-0850-J01 Basic College Reading  
  • ENGL-0890-J01 Critical Reading for College Success
  • ENGL-1010-J01 Composition I
  • ENGL-1200-J60 Introduction to Literature
  • HEAL-1000-J01 Introduction to Health Careers
  • HIST-1010-J60 Survey of Western Civilization I
  • HIST-1020-J60 Survey of Western Civilization II
  • HIST-1210-J60 History of the U.S. to 1877
  • HIST-1220-J60 History of the U.S. from 1877
  • LIBA-1000-J01 The Learner's Journey
  • LRCT-1020-J60 College Success
  • MATH-1139-J01 Math for Liberal Arts Students
  • MATH-1139-J60 Math for Liberal Arts Students
  • MUSC-1010-J60 Foundations in Music   
  • MUSC-1160-J60 Introduction to Music
  • PSYC-2010-J60 General Psychology
  • PSYC-2020-J60 Social Psychology
  • PSYC-2030-J60 Developmental Psychology
  • SOCS-1010-J60 General Sociology

Financial Aid

If you’re eligible for Financial Aid for the spring 2019 semester, those funds can be used towards Winter Session courses.


Textbooks will be available for all Winter Session courses. You will have until the Friday of the first week of courses to return your books for a full refund, if needed.

Student Support

Tutoring, Writing Center, and Library services will be available during the Winter Session, so you will have full access to our academic support services at all campuses.

Contact Information

For more information, please email the Advising and Counseling Center at

Last Updated: 11/15/18