CCRI Application Process - Cranston Public Schools

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Step 1: Admission/Application
Step 2: Assessment
Step 3: Freshman Registration
Step 4: Tuition and Fees
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Paper or online (need credit card for online application)
Open admissions (all who apply are accepted)
High school diploma or GED is not required; however, it is
needed for intercollegiate athletes, financial aid purposes,
and students wishing to transfer to 4 year institutions (e.g.
RIC, URI).
A high school diploma or GED is required for admission to
the following programs: Nursing, Clinical Laboratory
Technology, Radiography (X-Ray), Cardio- Respiratory
Care, Dental Hygiene, Dental Assistant, Physical Therapist
Assistant and Phlebotomy.
Since many of the above-mentioned programs have specific
space limitations for admission, it is to the student's benefit
to complete special admission requirements as soon as
possible.
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Once officially accepted into a degree or certificate program,
you must schedule an appointment to complete the
mandatory ACCUPLACER Writing, Reading and Math
placement tests.
To schedule an appointment, please stop by the Advising
and Counseling Department or call: 825-2301 (Warwick),
333-7159 (Lincoln), 455-6149 (Providence) or 851-1631
(Newport)
Results of ACCUPLACER determine course placement
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May need remedial courses
Remedial courses do not count for transfer credits to 4 year schools
Prepare for the ACCUPLACER
Visit CCRI website and click on Advising and Counseling Office
tab
 ACCUPLACER review packet available
 New official ACCUPLACER app available for download ($1.99)
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Upon completion of the ACCUPLACER assessment,
you will be scheduled to attend a mandatory Freshman
Registration session.
You will need to complete an online information
program and assessment before registering for your
registration session.
During your session, you will meet one-on-one with an
Advisor/Counselor who will answer all of your
questions while providing you with the necessary
assistance and support needed to help you succeed.
Your Advisor/Counselor will review your
ACCUPLACER test scores, assist you in developing
your Education Plan, and help you register for classes.
You will also receive your photo ID and learn valuable
information to assist you with your academic success.
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Students must pay tuition and fees in full by
the posted due dates.
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IMPORTANT: It is recommended that all
degree/certificate seeking students apply for
financial aid.
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Knight Campus: 400 East Avenue, Warwick, RI
02886 (401) 825-2003
Flanagan Campus: 1762 Louisquisset Pike,
Lincoln, RI 02865 (401) 825-2003
Liston Campus: 1 Hilton Street, Providence, RI
02905 (401) 825-2003
Newport Campus: 1 John H. ChafeeBlvd.
Newport, RI 02840 (401-825-2003)
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September/Fall
2012
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Administrative Office
Technology
Biotechnology
Business
Administration
Chemistry
Computer Studies and
Information
Processing
Engineering and
Technology
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Fine Arts
General Studies
Health Sciences
Human Services
Legal Studies
Liberal Arts
Sciences
Technical Studies
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Conditionally
enrolled at RIC or URI
while student at CCRI
No application fee at
RIC or URI
Have opportunity to
earn tuition reduction
Have advisors from
RIC or URI while at
CCRI
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Must be certain of
major at RIC or URI
Must remain at CCRI
for 2 years (60 credits)
Major must be offered
at RIC or URI
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Accounting, BS
Biology, BS
Chemistry, BA
Communications, BA
Computer Information Systems,
BS
Computer Science, BA and BS
Early Childhood Education and
Elementary Education, BA Ed.
Economics, BS
Elementary Education/English,
BA Ed.
Elementary Education/Special
Education, BS
English, BA
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Finance, BS
French, BA
History, BA
Justice Studies, BA
Management, BS
Marketing, BS
Mathematics, BA
Philosophy, BA
Political Science, BA
Psychology, BA
Secondary Education, BA Ed.*
Social Work, BSW
Sociology, BA
Spanish, BA
Theatre (General), BA
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Animal Science and Technology Animal Science
and Pre-vet; Animal Management), BS
Aquaculture and Fishery
Technology, BS
Art, BFA
Art Studio, BA
Art History, BA
Biological Sciences, BS
Biology, BA
Business, BS‡
Chemistry, BA and BS
Communicative Disorders, BS
Computer Science, BA and BS†
Early Childhood Education, BS
Economics, BA
Economics (Applied), BS
English, BA
Environmental and Natural Resource
Economics, BS†
Environmental Science and Management, BS
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Film Media, BA
French, BA
Health Studies, BS†
History, BA
Human Development and Family Studies, BS†
Italian, BA
Marine Biology, BS
Mathematics, BA and BS
Microbiology, BS
Philosophy, BA
Physics, BS
Political Science, BA
Psychology, BA
Sociology, BA
Spanish, BA
Textile Marketing, BS
Theatre, BFA
Wildlife and Conservation Biology, BS†
Writing and Rhetoric, BA
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Institution Name, City, State: Cranston High
School West Cranston, RI 02920
Diploma Date: 06/16/2012

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