Ridley-Lowell Students welcome at Three Rivers

Upon hearing of the unfortunate close of Ridley-Lowell Business & Technical Institute, Three Rivers Community College would like Ridley students to know that Three Rivers offers many ways for them to complete their education. Advisors are available now to meet with students, discuss the programs that Three Rivers has to offer and how they may be able to transition and continue their studies.

Advisers are available to meet with students. An appointment can be scheduled by calling the Welcome Center at 860-215-9016. Additional information can be found in our FAQ for Ridley-Lowell Students.

Three Rivers Academic Programs that match Ridley-Lowell students’ interests

There are several noncredit Workforce courses and programs that could work for Ridley-Lowell students. Programs include a Medical Administrative Assistant ProgramMedical Billing & Coding Program, Dental Assisting Program, and Veterinary Assisting Program. Students can start as soon as this summer with classes such as: Certified Nurse Aide, Medical Coding, Understanding Health Insurance, Pharmacy Technician and Medical Math. Some non-credit courses lead into certificate programs. To discuss Workforce courses and enrollment, call 860-215-9028 or visit www.threerivers.edu/workforce.

In addition, starting this fall Three Rivers is introducing a new associate degree — Certified Clinical Medical Assistant. Graduates of this program will be eligible to sit for the exam as a Certified Clinical Medical Assistant (CCMA). For more information on credit courses and degree programs, contact the Welcome Desk at 860-215-9016 or visit www.threerivers.edu.

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