If you have graduated high school or have your GED, there is a spot for you in the degree and certificate programs of Three Rivers. We accept applications throughout the year — you do not have to wait for the fall semester to begin your studies. However, admission to the college does not necessarily mean immediate admission to all courses and programs.
Non-Degree students simply need to demonstrate that they meet the specific prerequisites a particular class may call for.
Three Rivers provides educational opportunities to people regardless of age, religion, racial or ethnic background, or disabilities.
Many students take advantage of the opportunity to complete the first two years of a four-year degree here at Three Rivers. The transfer agreements we have in place with the region’s colleges and universities have specific requirements for academic performance. If you enroll in one of these programs it is your responsibility to maintain the required grade point average and meet any other requirement specified by that agreement.
Admission to the Associate Degree Nursing Program is selective and governed by special criteria, including additional mandatory placement testing. Our admissions, testing, and academic advising staff will help you assess your skills relative to the requirements.