How to Apply
- A new CCRI student?
- A returning CCRI student?
- An International Student applicant?
- A Running Start applicant?
- High School Enrichment applicant?
- HS/CCRI Partnership participant?
- An Applicant without a Social Security Number or Taxpayer ID Number?
- Interested in a Health and Rehabilitative Sciences program?
- Looking for the paper application?
CCRI has an open admissions policy giving everyone who applies an opportunity to pursue higher education. We encourage you to attend an Admissions Information Session to become familiar with how we can assist you with your educational goals.
Apply Now for Classes Starting in 2016
- Spring semester begins in January
- Summer semesters begin in May and July
Fall semester begins in September
NOTE: You may apply online for degree and non-degree programs for spring, summer, and fall semesters. Upon completion of the online admissions application, you will receive your electronic acceptance message and a formal acceptance letter will be mailed to you.
This is a secure online application.
A new student is someone who has never previously attended CCRI. The online application process requires that you submit your social security number as part of the application process. A $20 non-refundable application fee is required for all new applications.
You will create a login ID and PIN to initiate your application and if needed return to an incomplete application. However, it is advisable to complete the application in one session.
Note: A student who previously attended the college through Center for Workforce and Community Education (CWCE) only, will need to submit a new application.
A returning CCRI student is someone who has graduated from the college, participated in a dual enrollment program, stopped attending CCRI for at least one semester, previously accepted and never attended, and would like to enroll in classes.
Note: A student who is a CCRI graduate must change their major before enrolling in classes. A returning student who previously attended the college in a non-degree (unclassified) status, including high school dual enrollment students, may return as a non-degree student or change their major before enrolling in classes.
Please look for the
Returning Student Readmission into Degree/Certificate Program
link in the For Students tab once you gain access to your MyCCRI account.