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Joint Admissions Agreement is an opportunity for CCRI students who intend to complete an associate degree at CCRI and then transfer to Rhode Island College (RIC) or the University of Rhode Island (URI) to be conditionally accepted while a student at CCRI.

By participating in JAA, students receive the following benefits:

  • 60 credits that transfer and apply to the bachelor’s degree major
  • advising by CCRI and RIC or URI advisors every semester
  • eligibility for the JAA discount on RIC or URI tuition by graduating from CCRI with a 3.0 Grade Point Average or higher
  • transition into specific majors with JAA plans

Interested in Enrolling?

1. Meet with a CCRI advisor.

Schedule an appointment or attend a Walk-in Advising hour to complete the JAA application with a CCRI advisor.

Advising & Counseling

Already in JAA?

Attend one of the JAA Days.

JAA Days are an opportunity for JAA students to meet with CCRI/URI/RIC advisors. JAA Days take place during the fall and spring semesters on all CCRI campuses.

*Please note: Graduating students do not need to attend JAA Days. Please contact the JAA office for instructions.

Bring the following:
  • Your Education Plan for the upcoming semester from Advising and Counseling
  • A recent DegreeWorks degree evaluation (How to obtain one)
  • Your unofficial transcript (How to obtain one)

JAA Change of Status Form

You may access these documents from the For Students tab on your MyCCRI account. If you need assistance, please go to the Advising and Counseling Center or Office of Enrollment Services.

Spring 2020 JAA Days
CAMPUS DAY DATE TIME ROOM
Newport Campus Tuesday TBA 9:30AM - 1PM* Atrium
Providence Campus Thursday TBA 10AM - 2PM* Side Atrium
Lincoln Campus Monday TBA 9AM - 3PM* Rear of Cafeteria
Warwick Campus Wednesday TBA 9AM - 3PM* Room 1040
Warwick Campus Thursday TBA 11AM - 5PM* Room 1040

For Graduating JAA students

Students graduating Spring 2020, please follow these steps:

Due to the current situation with Covid 19, we are asking all graduating students who have not yet completed their Intent to Enroll to please complete it here:

RIC Students:

RIC Intent to Enroll Form

URI Students

URI Intent to Enroll Form

This will take the place of meeting with an Advisor. 

*Please only complete this form if you are graduating in the spring 2020 or summer 2020 semesters. Please be aware that this is NOT the Common Application.  If you are in JAA, DO NOT complete the Common Application.  This can result in many issues.  If you are not sure which form to complete, please email [email protected] so that we can assist you with the process. 

 

If you have any questions, or would like to withdraw from JAA, please call (401) 825-1233 or email us!

Transfer Student Resources

Rhode Island Transfers

Check to see how CCRI courses and programs transfer to RIC and to URI.

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Inter-Institutional Student Exchange

CCRI, RIC or URI students can take up to seven credits of their full-time load at one of the state supported colleges (CCRI, RIC or URI) at no additional tuition above their full-time CCRI tuition.

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Important Contact Information

Community College of Rhode Island

Rhode Island College

  • OASIS (Office of Academic Support and Information Services)

University of Rhode Island