The Bursar’s Office is responsible for the billing and collection of tuition and fees
on student accounts. We have offices at all four campus locations. Hours for each
location vary and are listed under the Contact Information on the bottom right of
Drop for Non-Payment Extended to May 29
The drop for non-payment has been extended to 5/29/2020. No classes will be dropped on 5/15/2020 as previously scheduled. The drop on May 29 will include both Summer Session 1 and Summer Session 2 classes.
Unemployment and Senior Waiver FAQ's
Important Notice Regarding Summer 2020 Fees
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, CCRI will be waiving the following fees for Summer Session 2020: the Commuting & Parking Fee, the Student Activity Fee and the Campus Service Fee. Financial aid awards will be adjusted to reflect the reduced fees. Please review your student account for updated balance information.
All CCRI Bursar Offices Closed through Friday, May 22
Governor Gina Raimondo urged the entire State of Rhode Island to tele-work whenever possible to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Therefore Bursar office locations will be closed March 16 - May 8. If you need to contact the Bursar's Office please contact us through text at 401-310-0891. We will respond to your inquiry as quickly as possible.
Payments can still be made online through your MyCCRI account. Also, Check & Money Order payments can be mailed to:
Community College of Rhode Island
Attn: Bursar Office
1762 Louisquisset Pike
Lincoln, RI 02865-4585
E-Refunds - Quick, Convenient, and Safe
By using e-refunds your refund money will be directly deposited into your bank account, which means no lost or stolen checks, no trips to the bank, and no waiting for your check to arrive in the mail!
With all of us learning and working from home, it's the fastest way for us to get your financial aid refund to you.
E-Billing - View Through Your MyCCRI Account
Paper bills will not be mailed. Please check your MyCCRI student account for balance and due date information.
Students may designate an authorized user to access their student account and make online payments. Click on this link for more information and detailed instructions.
Submitting Summer Waivers to the Bursar's Office
While our Bursar Office locations are closed all waivers except the Unemployment and Senior Citizen Waivers can be submitted by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Once the waivers are processed any fees owed to CCRI can be paid online.
Waiver Day Tips
Register for classes on Waiver Day, not before.
Complete the FAFSA before Waiver Day. For help completing your FAFSA, please contact the Financial Aid Office via text 401-217-2770 or by email at FinancialAid@ccri.edu.
If you intend to use an Unemployment Waiver for Summer Session 1, please request form DLT-467 any time after March 19th. For Summer Session 2, please request DLT-467 any time after April 30th. Please request this form in advance of CCRI's Waiver Day.
Remember to submit your 2018 Federal tax form and W2.
Be prepared to pay for all other fees assessed.
Important Notice Regarding Tuition Policies
Although CCRI has moved to online learning for the remainder of the semester, classes
have not been canceled, and therefore the College’s standard refund policies apply. Students who drop or withdraw from courses at this point in the semester are not eligible
for a refund of tuition and fees.