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Commencement 2020!

Class of 2020 Diploma Mailing Update

Diplomas were mailed out on September 25, 2020. If you believe that you should have received a diploma and have not, please send an email to [email protected] and include your name and ID number.

If you are in need of proof of graduation in your job search, you can now request an official transcript online. Use this link to order your e-transcript online.

An electronic PDF is the most expeditious option to get your transcript, but the person ordering should ensure the recipient(s) will accept it electronically.

Commencement Ceremony

Although extraordinary circumstances prevented us from gathering in person this year for our 55th Commencement ceremony, that did not preclude the rightful recognition of your accomplishments as members of the graduating Class of 2020.

Thank you to everyone who contributed to the success of our 2020 Virtual Commencement!
If you missed the "live" showing on May 29, you can view the ceremony in its entirety here, including congratulatory remarks from Governor Gina Raimondo, US Senator Jack Reed, and our student commencement speaker Kaicie Boeglin, as well as a video and photo compilation from the Class of 2020. 

We know a Virtual Commencement cannot replace coming together with our families and friends to celebrate, so we are inviting you to next year's 56th Commencement to continue celebrating alongside the Class of 2021.

Our Class of 2020 graduates faced circumstances unlike any class in CCRI's history. From dealing with a worldwide pandemic to adjusting to a new way of learning more than halfway through their final semesters, this year's graduating class overcame many obstacles in order to complete their journey at CCRI. We are proud to share their success stories with you. These are bound to inspire anyone to chase a dream that may otherwise seem unattainable. 

To the entire class of 2020, we are proud of everything you have accomplished!