Rhode Island's public institutions offer an exciting variety of programs to help students pursue their educational and professional goals. You can find an overview of each institution through the links below, including institutional contact information.
RI Transfers (www.ritransfers.org) has detailed information on transferring to the Community College of Rhode Island, Rhode Island College and the University of Rhode Island. Course transfer agreements can be easily viewed by using the Transfer Evaluation System (TES) software available at RI Transfers. Transfer agreements for courses meeting general education requirements, program transfer plans, and Joint Admission Agreement transition plans are also easily accessed at this site. Popular links include:
The material on the website is based upon the policies of the RI Council on Postsecondary Education and agreements developed among academic department from the state’s public colleges and university.
Reverse transfer enables students to apply credits they earned at a four-year institution toward an associate degree or certificate at a two-year institution. In Rhode Island, the reverse transfer policy allows individuals to apply credits from the University of Rhode Island and Rhode Island College toward a degree or certificate at the Community College of Rhode Island.
To be eligible for this program, students must meet CCRI degree or certificate requirements, including completing at least 15 credits at CCRI. Students can also apply credits earned through prior learning assessments, which award college credit for applicable work experience, employer training, military service, independent study, non-credit courses, volunteer or community service, or non-college courses or seminars.
Current and former URI, RIC, and CCRI students who are interested in this opportunity can find more details on the Reverse Transfer page.