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Updated Transfer Opportunities for Ridley-Lowell Students

 

Naugatuck Valley Community College (NVCC) – with campuses in Waterbury and Danbury – will make available office hours for their Danbury campus where Ridley-Lowell students can stop by without an appointment to discuss future opportunities offered by NVCC. For more information on Associate Degrees, credit certificates and non-credit certificate programs, please contact the Administrative office of the Danbury Campus at 203-437-9639 or visit www.nv.edu.

 

Located in Norwich, Three Rivers Community College (TRCC) advisors are available to meet with students to discuss programs offered and how students may be able to transfer or complete their studies at TRCC. For more information on credit courses and degree programs, contact the Welcome Desk at 860-215-9016 or visit www.threerivers.edu.

 

Many of Connecticut’s postsecondary career schools have answered a request from our Office to offer transfer opportunities to Ridley-Lowell students. These schools have indicated that they are capable and ready to review your Ridley-Lowell course work and accept transfer students.  Please visit Postsecondary Career Schools Transfer Opportunities for a list of all participating schools. This list is organized by academic program for your convenience. Please feel free to reach out to these schools to obtain more information about their programs and requirements.

 

In addition, we have identified that students were enrolled in the Electrical Systems Technician program at the time of Ridley-Lowell’s closure. For your consideration, below is a list of electrician apprenticeships that are approved by the Connecticut Department of Labor:

 

Conn CTHSS Grad (Electrician)

CT

Full

Hartford Electricians LU 35 JATC

CT

Full

I.B.E.W. LU 488

CT

Full

Independent Electrical Contractors (IEC)

CT

Full

Industrial Management & Training Institute (IMTI)

CT

Full

Lincoln Technical Institute

CT

Full

New England Institute of Technology

RI

Partial

New Haven Electricians LU 90 JATC

CT

Full

Porter & Chester

CT

Full

Penn Foster (online)

PA

Partial

 

**When "Partial" is listed additional courses are required.**

 

Please be advised that the Office of Higher Education does not oversee apprenticeship programs. For more information on apprenticeship opportunities, or if you have general questions, please contact the Office of Apprenticeship Training at (860) 263-6085, dol.apprenticeship@ct.gov.    

 

 



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