Help is still available
Did you earn some college credits but left college without a degree? Although Degree Completion Day has passed, you can still get free one-on-one assistance with reenrollment. Experts can advise about resources that address common barriers to degree completion, such as transferring credits, books, technology, tuition bills, transportation, and more.
The Rhode Island Office of the Postsecondary Commissioner aims to re-enroll adults onsite into local colleges so they can finish degrees.
Most Rhode Island colleges have implemented policies and programs that make finishing degrees easier for people who had to leave college before earning all the credits needed to complete the degree requirements. The Rhode Island Reconnect program of the Office of the Postsecondary Commissioner has resources that enhance the institutions’ efforts to provide students with the support they need to return to school and be successful. In the RI Reconnect program, students are paired with educational navigators who guide them through the process of returning to school and advise them on free resources that address obstacles to degree completion.
This program is a good match for students who do not have a degree but have earned at least 30 college credits at any college or university in the United States or abroad. If you have any questions, please email us at email@example.com.