For more info contact:
For specific information about transferring to CCRI, RIC, or URI contact the admissions office directly
For general questions contact:
Academic & Student Affairs
For CCRI, RIC, and URI faculty advisors
Online resources for advisors
For high school school counselors
CCRI, RIC, and URI Faculty and Advisors
- Get periodic updates on transfer information from the Office of Higher
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Online Resources for Advisors
Sites of interest to anyone who advises students
The Mentor is an online academic advising journal sponsored by the National
Association of Academic Advisors (NACADA). This journal has articles of
interest to faculty and academic advisors (past editions are archived) and
an advisors' forum for the discussion of issues.
The Council on Law in Higher Education is
a Web site designed to provide information and analysis to assist people
involved in and interested in higher education policy. It is not a substitute
for professional advice.
For School Counselors
The 2002-2003 Transfer Guide for Students is now available. A copy will
be sent to the guidance office at every high school. If your school does
not have a copy, please contact Phyllis Harnick to request
Ever wish for some articles on community colleges to use when advising high
school students about college choices? The information below will be useful
for students and their parents when considering the community college option.
not a community college? By Patrick Welsh in USA Today (4/30/2002)
This article, written by a high school teacher who is also a part-time faculty
member at a community college, is helpful in explaining to seniors why the
community college is a good starting option.
College: A Good Start at a Good Price by Albert Crenshaw
This article from WashingtonPost.com explains why starting at a community
college makes good financial sense.
The World of Community Colleges is found at MYROAD, a subsidiary of
the College Board Web site. This article is written for high school students
and presents basic reasons why they may want to consider attending a community
Six Reasons to Attend a Community College: Is It the Best Path for You?
Written for high school students, this article presents basic reasons to
consider a community college education and gives information about notable
alumni. The article has links to a transfer student time line and community
college fast facts.
Last updated October 1, 2007