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Catalog, Course Bulletin, & Publications
The College Catalog contains degree requirements for all programs of study, rules that affect students, descriptions of courses, and a list of the faculty and administration of the College.
The Course Bulletin is published two times a year, just before registration begins for each semester. It lists the courses to be offered, including the time, location, and instructor for each course.
Rhode Island College offers numerous opportunities for graduate studies through its collective Schools.
More than fifty separate graduate programs are offered through the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, the Feinstein School of Education and Human Development, the School of Management and Technology, and the School of Social Work.
The Student Handbook, published by the Office of Student Life, is an important guide to academic facilities and services, student organizations, academic policies and procedures, and rules on student conduct.