Office of Enrollment Services
The Office of Enrollment Services is part of Student Services and includes Admissions, Financial Aid, and Records. There are offices located on all 4 campuses. We strive to epitomize the ideals identified in the Mission of the College. Please check back here regularly for important student policy information and updates.
Special Fall Semester Hours
Please note: In-person services will be available starting January 11, 2021. Our remote services
will be available before this time.
Please email [email protected] or [email protected] for assistance, or text 401-307-3507, and review the resource links at the bottom
of this page.
To order a transcript, please use our online request service at https://www.ccri.edu/oes/records/onlinetranscript.html.
If you need to submit documentation to CCRI during this period, please mail documents to the address below. Please be aware there may be a delay in processing until staff return to campus.
Community College of RI
Office of Enrollment Services
1762 Louisquisset Pike
Lincoln, RI 02865-4585
The Admissions team and Enrollment Services counter will offer limited in-person appointments during the hours listed below. To schedule an appointment, please call (401) 825-2003 or email [email protected] Be sure to specify the type of in-person service you require, and the day and campus you would like your appointment on in the email.
In-person, by appointment, hours and campuses:
Knight Campus (Warwick)
Mondays: 10 am - 6 pm
Fridays: 8 am - 4 pm
Flanagan Campus (Lincoln)
Tuesdays: 8 am - 4 pm
Liston Campus (Providence)
Wednesdays: 10 am - 6 pm
Thursdays: 8 am - 4 pm
Please visit our Financial Aid Application Procedures page for information regarding completing FAFSA Online.
The Course Availability option will display the most current, up-to-date, available courses for a selected term. You can search by subject, campus, time, and day. For further instructions on how to use the course search please visit the How to Search for available courses page.
Check/Print your schedule in MyCCRI
Rooms may have changed since the last time you checked your schedule. For the most up-to-date class information, please check your MyCCRI account regularly as the semester gets underway.
There is NO Guaranteed Drop for Non-Payment
The college reserves the right to drop students from their courses for non-payment, however, the financial responsibility remains with the student. If you sign up for a class at CCRI and do not drop it yourself within the established timelines, you will be responsible for the bill. Please visit our Payment Calendars page on the Bursar's website to never miss an important due date.
- New policy information
- Pell Calculator
- Avoid being dropped for non-payment.
- Applying to CCRI- New to CCRI? What happens next?
- Course Cancellations
- Final Exams Schedule
- Late Registration Fee
- Mandatory Immunization Requirements
- Grading System (See page 18 of PDF)
- Distance Learning for Students
- The Common Application Officials Report/Transfer Registrar Report