Call the Admissions Office at the campus to which you plan to transfer
and request an application and catalog.
Admissions and Records Offices:
The Office of Enrollment Services begins processing applications
for programs which begin in the spring (January) semester, summer
(May) session and fall (September) semester on September 1 prior
to the date of intended entry. A cutoff date may be imposed in many
of the career programs due to the large number of applications. Most
career and technical programs are highly competitive and accept students
only for the fall semester; early applications are encouraged. The
Office of Enrollment Services should be consulted for specific deadlines
and program information.
To apply for admission you must submit the following:
an application form and a $20 fee; high school or general equivalency
transcript; and an official college transcript if you are requesting
transfer credit. Any questions concerning the official transfer credit
evaluation or the transfer admissions process should be directed
to Jude Tomasino, transfer
admissions officer (333-7317).
After being accepted, you will receive an evaluation
of your transfer credits. This evaluation will tell you the number
of credits accepted and provide a specific CCRI course designation
for each course transferred. Shortly following your acceptance, you
will be requested to attend an orientation session where academic
counselors will be on hand to assist you.
Sessions of the orientation program are held from
May through August for fall enrollment and in December for spring
enrollment. This program will also give you a chance to meet other
new students and to become more familiar with the CCRI’s services
CCRI may grant up to half the required credits for a degree for
previously completed work. However, non-traditional academic work
such as CLEP, Armed Services courses, and appropriate life experiences
evaluated by portfolio, courses taken in the career/technical areas,
and course work that is older than 10 years, are not automatically
transferred, nor do they necessarily serve as prerequisites for more
advanced courses. These types of courses will be evaluated on an
individual basis by the applicable academic department.
Courses in which a grade of D was received at one institution
are transferable as elective credit unless earned in a required course,
in which case the course must be repeated.
Go Back to the 2006 Transfer Guide
Last updated December 16, 2005