CCRI says it can handle increased enrollment but it’s still too early to predict an increase

COMMUNITY COLLEGE OF RHODE ISLAND can handle increased enrollment if it happens in the fall but it's too early to predict what enrollment will look like as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to CCRI Vice President of Student Affairs Sara Enright. / COURTESY COMMUNITY COLLEGE OF RHODE ISLAND
COMMUNITY COLLEGE OF RHODE ISLAND can handle increased enrollment if it happens in the fall but it's too early to predict what enrollment will look like as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to CCRI Vice President of Student Affairs Sara Enright. / COURTESY COMMUNITY COLLEGE OF RHODE ISLAND
WARWICK – Community College of Rhode Island can handle an influx of students if the college sees that come September, however it is still too early to tell how enrollment will look given how the COVID-19 pandemic has caused a lot of uncertainty for prospective college students, CCRI Vice President of Student Affairs Sara Enright…

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