Attention students, faculty and staff: Parking procedures for Fall 2016. Click here for details.
Registration, Payment, and General Information
(Please See Course Descriptions For RIC Room Location):
You will need to obtain a RIC parking pass if you will be driving to campus to take classes. Parking passes are FREE and can be obtained online. See complete details on obtaining a parking pass at the following link: Parking Procedures at Rhode Island College.
Secure registration must be completed online.
Please click here to register for a course online.
Registrants will be asked to provide information needed to establish or update their RIC account and to be registered for the class of their choice. Registration must be completed one week before the first class meeting.
Payment Information: Billing and Payment
Students will be billed by the RIC Office of the Bursar. You may make payment by cash, check or electronic check, or by credit card using American Express, MasterCard, or Discover. See complete details on payment methods at the following link: Ways to Pay Your Tuition Bill
- The Centralized Pay Summary Report showing the invoice number to be referenced for final payment
- While completing the online registration please select the "Third Party Payment" check box option and be sure to fill out all required fields.
- A printed copy of your registration confirmation number provided after submission of your online registration is completed.
- The Centralized Pay Summary Report and copy of your online registration confirmation number must be mailed or faxed to the address/number below to reserve a seat in any course:
Office of Professional Studies and Continuing Education
Rhode Island College
Roberts Hall, Suite 301
600 Mount Pleasant Avenue
Providence, RI 02908
Registration forms received without payment by credit card, check, or Centralized Pay Summary will not reserve a seat in the class
Classes will be held at Rhode Island College except in cases of extreme emergency as determined by the President, following consultation with appropriate college officials. In making such a determination, the President may consider such factors as the college’s ability to clear parking lots and walkways, official state-issued advisories regarding vehicular travel, actions of other area higher education institutions and local school districts, and the availability of public transportation, among other factors.
Please see a complete list of methods used to announce cancellations at link: Notification of class cancellation.
PLEASE NOTE: Refunds will be provided only if formal cancellation of a registration is made seven work days before the course start date.
Contact Information and Questions: Judith Humphrey, 401-456-8091
RIC does not provide course grade reports. Grades appear on student transcripts, and transcripts are available online through MyRIC. Following registration, new students will receive their RIC ID and MyRIC username and password by mail. Please contact the RIC Records Office (Phone: 401-456-8212 or 8213; e-mail: email@example.com) if you have forgotten your MyRIC username and password.
For state employees interested in incentive credit, all rules regarding each employee's eligibility will apply. For example, the course must be "directly related to the employee's job duties" and be the appropriate level for those duties. CS-365 forms requesting incentive approval must be received by OTD 7 days prior to the start of the course. Each course must be at least 15 hours. If you do not receive verification from OTD that your incentive credit request has been approved, it is your responsibility to check the status of your request, and insure that OTD receives it. State employees with questions about incentive credit courses should visit the OTD Web site at http://www.admin.ri.gov/otd/ or contact Melissa Day at 401-222-2178 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mailing address: RI Department of Administration, One Capitol Hill, Providence, RI 02908