CCRI has listed all student workshops offered by various College departments on one
page for your convenience. Please read the workshop descriptions and click on the
Fill Out a Workshop Request Form link below. You will receive a call to scheduled
your workshop. CCRI offers the following FREE workshops to CCRI students who would
like to improve their grades and/or study skills.
- Transfer Basics 101
This group helps you research and take control of your own transfer process. It shows
you how to determine academic options, financial options and the many different aspects
of college life at another college/university.
- Transfer to RIC
This hour-long workshop covers minimum requirements for transfer to Rhode Island College
as well as transfer basics, including the application process, submitting an official
transcript and deadline compliance. An assessment of the applicability of credits
toward RIC will be provided, time permitting, if a student brings a degree evaluation
or an unofficial transcript.
- Transfer to URI
This hour-long workshop discusses minimum requirements for transfer to the University
of Rhode Island as well as transfer basics, including the application process, submitting
an official transcript and deadline compliance. An assessment of the applicability
of credits toward URI will be provided, time permitting, if student brings a degree
evaluation or an unofficial transcript.
- Graduate Early by Taking CLEP
Earn required credits, save money and graduate early. Discover how the College Level
Examination Program (CLEP) can help you receive college credit for knowledge you already
Study Skill Workshops
- Basic Study Strategies
An essential part of success at any college is the amount of time and effort a student
puts into preparing for their weekly lectures and exams. The Basic Study Skills workshop
will review several study strategies. Learn note-taking techniques and choose one
that matches your learning style. Explore efficient ways to maximize your ability
to comprehend a textbook. Discover methods to use your course syllabus, notes and
textbook to prepare for your weekly lectures and exams. In order to get the most from
this seminar, you must bring a course syllabus and textbook.
Register Here for Study Strategies Workshop
- Exam Prep Workshop
If you have ever answered, "I don't know," "Everything," or "I'm not a good test-taker!"
to the question - WHAT DO YOU NEED TO STUDY? Then this two and a half hour workshop
is for you. It focuses entirely on exam-taking strategies. Learn test-taking confidence
boosters; learn how to figure out what you need to study and what you already know;
learn how to use the course syllabus, your notes and textbook to predict questions;
and learn research-based tips on how to approach multiple-choice exam questions. In
order to get the most from this seminar, you must bring a course syllabus, textbook, and post-it notes, if you are not willing to write in
Register Here for Exam Prep Workshop
Personal Development Workshops
- Time Management Skills
Does it seem like you don't have enough time to accomplish your goals? Attend this
individualized workshop to learn time-saving and efficient strategies that match your
ambition. You will leave this workshop with an individual time-management plan and
a follow-up appointment.
- Dealing with Stress and Anxiety
Identify your individual triggers for anxiety and stress. Understand your responses
to both and explanation of techniques for managing both stress and anxiety.
- Test Anxiety
Learn simple strategies to manage the physical and emotional symptoms of test anxiety.
Gain the confidence you need to succeed.
- Identity and Relationships
Get to know yourself better and as a result have more successful relationships in
your life. This workshop also will make you a more effective student on campus.
- Anger Management
Identify a set of strategies to help you constructively control the emotional feelings
and expressions of anger.
Career Development Workshops
- Resume Writing
Learn how to develop a professional resume and how to use it for getting a job.
- Getting Your Foot in the Door
Learn how an internship can lead to your first job. Learn how to get an internship
in your field and what types of internships are available.
- Taking Career Inventories
By assessing your interests, abilities, values and personality style, you will be
able to determine a best-fit career that matches your unique attributes and personal
characteristics. Assessments are valuable tools to help you choose a major and provide
- What Can I do With a Major In...?
If you have decided on a major, but are not clear about the occupation options you
have, this workshop will address your concerns. A variety of resources and demonstrations
of preferred websites will be highlighted.
- Creating a Career Plan - Getting Where You Want to Go
In this workshop you will identify strategies that will prepare you to enter your
chosen career upon graduation. By establishing a career goal, identifying steps that
will get you there, and putting your plan into action, you increase the likelihood
of achieving the outcome you desire.
Please contact your Campus Coordinator for more information.