High School Enrichment
The High School Enrichment Program at the Community College of Rhode Island offers high school juniors and seniors an opportunity to pursue educational experiences not available to them in high school. It is a part-time program that allows high school students to enroll in up to eight (8) credits (or two courses) per semester.
A high school counselor must recommend the student as capable of earning college credit. Course selection is at the discretion of the high school counselor and students may be responsible for tuition and fees.
- Public high school students must complete the High School Enrichment Program Application online at ccri.dualenroll.com (please see DualEnroll First Time student link) for FALL AND SPRING semester classes. Homeschool, undocumented, private school and out of state students must complete the application below.
- Students and high school counselors select courses. For homeschooled students, the students and parents determine course selection.
- For all summer session enrollment, students can email the completed fillable application form to [email protected] or mail the application form to the Office of Enrollment Services.
- Prepare Rhode Island Fund covers tuition for public high school students for the fall and spring semesters only. Students who enroll in a course(s) during the summer term are responsible for paying their tuition, fees and books. Home school, private and out of state students are responsible for tuition and fees.
High School Enrichment Program Application
If you are a public school student registering for fall or spring classes only, please click the link below for the online DualEnroll Application user guide. Apply at ccri.dualenroll.com.
If you are a homeschooled, undocumented, private school or out of state, please apply using the fillable application at the link below. (use either Internet Explorer or Chrome).
For summer sessions, regardless of school or status, must use the paper application provided below.