Once you've submitted your application, you will receive a confirmation email from our staff. You will also be contacted by a Student Advisor. Your advisor will help you develop a degree plan and work with you to register for courses.
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Please send Official Transcripts to the attention of UC Admissions at 1 Empire Plaza, 3rd Floor, Providence, RI 02903 Or via fax to 401.254.3560. Official electronic transcripts should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
After meeting with your advisor to lift your registration hold, you may register and search for courses online through RogerCentral. A direct link to view coursework for current courses via Bridges is: https://bridges.rwu.edu/.
If you are a visiting student--welcome! Since you are not currently enrolled as a student at RWU, we ask that you please fill out the Visiting Student Registration Form. Within 24 hours of submission, University's College's School of Professional and Continuing Studies (UC) will email you your student ID number. Please remit payment online for your course(s) within 48 hours of receiving your student ID number. If payment is not remitted with ten (10) business days of receipt of your application, you will be administratively withdrawn from the courses(s).
A prerequisite course is a course that must be successfully completed prior to being allowed to start on the next course. The course(s) that you selected to enroll in has a course prerequisite. Please refer to the course catalog to identify the prerequisite course. You may have your prerequisite ‘waived’ as long as you have fulfilled the course previously (college credit or testing, such as CLEP). You may have this waived by submitting an unofficial transcript or grade report verifying that you completed the prerequisite course at another institution.
"Military Students" include students who are currently serving in the military as well as those retired from the military. For military students who are new to University College, once you've submitted your application, you will be contacted by our staff. At that point, you may register for courses with your Advisor. Military Students using military funding are responsible for submitting all the appropriate documentation required for their education funding sources, such as Tuition Assistance and VA Benefits. For military students who have studied at University College before, please speak with your advisor to lift your registration hold. You may then register online through Campus Portal or through your Advisor directly. Please direct your questions around military education benefits to: email@example.com