Professional Studies & Continuing Education Registration

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Thank you for considering a PSCE program at Rhode Island College.

Current PSCE programs, courses, workshops and events have been created in cooperation with on- and off-campus partners for targeted populations and have restricted enrollment. Please visit the Office of Professional Studies and Continuing Education (PSCE) for program options and follow links to sponsoring academic departments and initiatives for enrollment and/or registration requirements.

Eligible students participate in PSCE programs at reduced cost due to sponsor subsidies and/or PSCE Group-Level Scholarships. Eligible students may also apply for financial aid for degree and certificate programs that are eligible for federal financial aid. Terms vary by program and initiative, and prospective students are advised to explore individual programs for financial support and/or aid options.

Students interested in standard course offerings and regular course registration should follow the link to MyRIC, the College’s online registration system. Many standard courses are appropriate for and available to nondegree students seeking general continuing education. Please contact the Office of Professional Studies and Continuing Education or the Office of Academic Support (OASIS) if you need information or assistance.



For current PSCE students

Registration form for current Professional Studies & Continuing Education students.

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Contact Us

Office of Professional Studies and Continuing Education

Professional Studies and Continuing Education (PSCE) extends the educational offerings and resources of Rhode Island College (RIC) and provides administrative programming support and assistance to affiliated agencies and organizations on and off campus.

Office of Academic Advising

We support all exploring majors, first-year, intended nursing majors and any student looking for additional support. We guide students as they navigate their major/career options and connect them to the proper resources, including faculty.