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Experience RIC from a distance!

MAY 25-27, 2-6 p.m.

Congratulations on your acceptance to Rhode Island College!
Join us for a special virtual series just for admitted transfer students
Meet your fellow future Anchors and learn about the RIC community

Students attending any of these sessions will be entered in giveaways for RIC gear!
Attend multiple sessions for multiple chances to win!

Academic Sessions

Speak with faculty from RIC’s top transfer majors

School of Nursing

Medical Imaging, Health Sciences and Biology
May 25th at 5 p.m.

Join Dr. Eric Hall from our Biology and Health Sciences programs for an overview of programs in Health Sciences, Medical Imaging (xray, sonography, MRI and Nuclear Medicine), Medical Laboratory Sciences, and completion programs for licensed Dental Hygienists and Respiratory Therapists.


School of Social Work

May 27th at 2 p.m.

Experience the hands-on excitement of directly impacting individual and public health at our nationally ranked nursing program. This webinar describes what you’ll learn in our small classes and clinical groups, including information about curriculum, clinical experiences and the resources offered in the new, 133,000 square foot Rhode Island Nursing Education Center in downtown Providence.

Nursing – Opportunities for you in adult health, maternal health, pediatric health, psychiatric/mental health and public health nursing, as well as in research.

Did you know that our simulation center is one of only two accredited centers in Southern New England?

Did you know that our graduates routinely pass their national NCLEX-RN examinations at exceptionally high rates? In the last two years our B.S.N. grads have passed at rates 98 and 100 percent – from six to 15 points higher than the national average.

School of Education

Elementary & Early Childhood
Date/Time TBA

You’re arriving at just the right time! We’ve completely reworked our education program, with enhanced classroom interactions and increased field experiences. This webinar presents the school’s admission process in addition to what makes Rhode Island College the leading program for teacher preparation in the state for programs in education.


Arts and Sciences webinar

Social Work
May 26th at 5 p.m.

For students interested in working with vulnerable or underserved populations, explore what it would be like to work as a practitioner, clinician, advocate, or manager – like us, you’ll be committed to working with oppressed groups. This webinar highlights our social justice-driven curriculum, our extensive two-semester fieldwork placements across the state and Southern New England, and research opportunities with faculty and in the community.

Social Work – Opportunities await if you’re driven to serve the elderly, children and families, the mentally ill and those with health challenges.

Did you know that our program is at the forefront of incorporating telehealth into our curriculum?

Did you know that we also offer a continuing education certificate program in Child and Adolescent Trauma for community practitioners?

School of Business

Accounting, Finance and Economics
May 27th at 5 p.m.

Meet with faculty from the School of Business, to learn about how our business programs emphasize applied knowledge and real-world professional experiences. This session showcases how we partner with leading companies and industry sectors in the region to benefit students in our various majors and professional development programs.

Did you know that a team of RIC finance majors just won second place in the Adirondack Cup – a stock-investment competition in the Northeast?

School of Social Work

Justice Studies and Sociology
Date/Time TBA

The Justice Studies and Sociology majors provide students with an opportunity to explore how individuals behave in organizations, families, and communities, the ways in which these social units function as groups, and the wider social, political, and economic contexts in which decisions are made and in which groups function.

. Sociology degrees prepare students for a wide variety of graduate programs, including those in public administration, social work, justice studies or criminal justice, law, and sociology itself.


Transfer Transitions-Advising and Student Experience

Ask a RIC Transfer Student!
May 26 at 2 p.m.

Learn about the RIC experience from the perspective of a current RIC transfer student! Ask all of your questions about the transfer student experience in this Q & A session.


Additional Sessions

Advising Program

Financial Aid
Date/Time TBA

In this session we explain why Rhode Island College remains the best value in education in the Northeast. Meet with a financial aid counselor and explore your options for funding your college education.  Our financial aid team is here to answer your personal financial aid questions, as well as how to accept your financial aid award and renew it as you complete your Rhode Island College degree. 

Did you know that, in 2019-20, 78% of RIC students received some form of need-based financial aid? The average need-based financial aid package was $10,676.

Transfer Next Steps

Transfer Next Steps
Date/Time TBA

You’ve been accepted…now what? Representatives from transfer admissions and academic advising will walk you through enrollment, orientation, advising, and beyond!


Learn more about other opportunities at RIC


Residential Life & Housing

Career Development Center

Career Development Center
Meet the Team

Disability Services Center

Study Abroad


Please contact 401-456-8234 or email​. If you need to request reasonable accommodations to access this event please contact the Admissions Office.

Page last updated: May 15, 2021