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At Ridley-Lowell Business & Technical Institute, we're here to help you take the first steps toward a new career - and a new future.
Our admissions process is personalized to help ensure your success in your chosen career program. Admissions are typically handled in-person at our trade school campuses in New York, Connecticut or Rhode Island.
If you aren't quite ready to enroll, we encourage you to take a tour, learn about the programs, sit in on a class and meet our faculty and staff.
As part of the Ridley-Lowell admissions process, all candidates are required to have a personal interview with the Admissions Office to talk about the program best suited for their career goals.
Ridley-Lowell student candidates must:
For students who do not currently meet our trade school admission requirements, we do offer admissions assistance to help you reach these goals for future registration.
Additionally, financial aid may be available for students who meet certain qualifications. See our Financial Aid section for more information about these programs.
Contact us or call 1-877-606-5325 to schedule your admissions interview today.
Transfer credit for courses may be accepted for students who have satisfactorily completed substantially equivalent courses at another postsecondary institution with a minimum grade of "C." It is the responsibility of the student to ensure that an official copy of the transcript be obtained, as well as a course description form the institution.
The program of a student granted transfer credit will reflect a reduction in program length and tuition to correspond with the credit given. A student's grade point average is not affected by transfer credits. See a campus catalog or contact us at 1-877-606-5325 to determine the maximum amount of courses that may be transferred and any additional requirements.