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SCE Advantage

  • Small classes with faculty who understand adult students

  • Advisors who will help you get started and reach your goals

  • Part-time, evening, and online classes

  • Transfer up to 75 credits

  • Affordable tuition — just $963 a course

  • Scholarships and financial aid

Our Faculty

One of the first words used to describe SCE is “community.”  You’ll feel this support in the classroom, where our faculty understand the challenges of being an adult learner. These teachers — a mix of full-time PC faculty and industry professionals — are  inspiring educators, and strong advocates for students.

Our Students

SCE students come from all walks of life — parents who are going back to school, professionals looking to advance in their careers, and members of the military. 
Just like you, they faced obstacles when they decided to go back to school. And just like you, they’re overcoming those obstacles with the support of the SCE community.

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School of Continuing Education
Harkins Hall, Room 109
Phone: 401-865-2487
Fax: 401-865-1723

Register for Classes



If you have any questions, please contact the SCE Office (401) 865-2487.

Interested in a hybrid course (CDL or classroom-distance learning)? Review on campus meeting dates. 

How to Register 

If you’re a new SCE student register here

If you’re a returning SCE student register here

Try Before You Apply

Did you know you can enroll in SCE classes without submitting an application or transcripts?
To register in person or by fax:
  • You’ll need to enter course information, the CRN (the four-digit course registration number found on our Course Search tool (6th column), and credit hours. Most SCE courses are three credits.
    Indicate if you are auditing the class.
  • Your payment is due at the time of registration. We accept Visa, MasterCard, check or cash. If receiving financial aid, you must include a copy of your financial aid award letter. Submit
    your forms by fax (401) 865-1723, mail, or in person to the School of Continuing Education.

                                       Academic Calendar 2014 - 2015

Fall Semester & Online - September 2 through December 18

Term I Courses - September 2 through October 23
Term II Courses - October 27 through December 18

Spring Semester & Online - January 13 through May 11

Term III Courses - January 13 through March 6
Term IV Courses - March 16 through May 7

Online registration is not available once classes begin, you must register by fax or in person before the 2nd class. If you have any questions, please contact the SCE Office (401) 865-2487.
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