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Welcome to RI Transfers

Information on this site aids in the efficient facilitation of transfer among the Community College of Rhode Island (CCRI), Rhode Island College (RIC) and the University of Rhode Island (URI).  The material included on this site is based upon the policy of the RI Board of Governors for Higher Education (RIBGHE) for articulation/transfer and on the agreements developed among academic department chairs, or their representatives, from the three institutions.

 

How Do Your Courses Transfer?

  • Transferability refers to the conditions under which the Institution (CCRI/RIC/URI) accepts credits from other post-secondary institutions for inclusion in the student’s record. Transfer credits are awarded in accordance with the number of credits earned at the previous institution, even if a comparable course at the receiving institution is worth a different number of credits. The additional credits may be listed separately as elective credit.…


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General Education

  • General Education

    The three public institutions of higher education in Rhode Island each offer courses in general education for their students. Use the information in this section when you discuss your educational plans and select courses with an advisor.


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Program Transfer Plans

  • Program Transfer Plans

    Academic departments at the three state institutions have developed transfer plans to help you choose courses that will meet degree requirements for selected programs.


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Joint Admissions Agreement

  • Joint Admissions Agreement

    Community College of RI, Rhode Island College and University of RI have entered into a formal Joint Admissions Agreement (JAA) to facilitate students’ progression from the associate’s degree to the baccalaureate degree. To be in the JAA, you must follow one of the JAA transition plans.


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Interinstitutional Exchange Program

  • Interinstitutional Student Exchange Policy: RI Public Institutions

    Full-time students matriculated at URI, RIC, or CCRI may enroll for a maximum of seven credit hours of their full-time schedule per semester at one of the other public institutions at no additional expense for tuition.


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