Our doors are open to you
If you have graduated high school, have your GED, or are interested in transferring to Three Rivers from another college, 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. Learn more about the application process at Degrees & Certificates – How to Enroll.
Do you attend another college and want to take a course for credit while you are home during vacation? Or, are you interested in taking a course simply for the joy of learning and not for a degree? You are also welcome. As a non-degree student, it’s simply a matter of demonstrating that you meet the specific prerequisites for a particular class. Learn more under “Additional Information if you are a visiting or non-degree student” on this page.
Selective admissions for nursing
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. Learn more here.
International F-1 Students
The Three Rivers community is very much enriched by our students who come from abroad. The process of international admissions is somewhat involved, so be sure you allow yourself enough time to gather all the necessary documentation well in advance of when you plan to attend. Learn more about the admissions process for international students.
Start your Bachelor’s Degree here, then transfer to a 4-year university
Many students take advantage of the opportunity to complete the first two years of a four-year degree here at Three Rivers. We have many transfer agreements in place with the region’s colleges and universities, all of which have specific requirements for academic performance. We make the transition easy with personal advising to help you keep on track. And, starting your education at Three Rivers can save you can thousands of tuition dollars. Learn more here.