Transportation >> RI DMV Permit Test - CCRI students Only
« back to courses page
This section of the RI DMV permit test is available only to those students that have completed and passed.CCRI's 33-hour Online Driver Education course.
Due to limited capacity for driver permit testing at the RI-DMV, CCRI is experiencing a significant increase in demand for driver permit testing. After course completion, students may register for the CCRI RI DMV Permit Test or make an appointment to take the test at the RI DMV.
Driver permit tests are offered ONLY at CCRI’s Flanagan Campus, located at 1762 Louisquisset Pike, Lincoln, RI 02865. Please do not schedule to take a driver permit test on more than one date. Walk-ins will not be accepted
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, driver permit test class size is limited. We are adding new testing dates as quickly as possible. We appreciate your patience as we continue to work through the increased demand for driver permit tests.
Parents: If you are scheduling a driver permit test for your child, please enter the name and appropriate information of the child who completed the CCRI driver’s education course, not your name.
You do not need a certificate from CCRI to enter the test, but you need to have completed with CCRI and provide your birth certificate or passport to get entrance to the test. You will get a certificate after you successfully pass the test. If you plan to take the test at the DMV, please contact our office to request that proof of course completion be mailed to you.
Please click on the course title to see the full course description.
For the month of September, free no-appointment-needed rapid-Covid testing is available on Providence, Warwick and Lincoln campuses from 7am to 7pm, Monday through Friday. Arrival to campus 30 minutes ahead of class, testing or appointment will be enough time to receive the rapid test and get results.
Students must provide a minimum 48-hour notice prior to the start of a course in order to be eligible for a refund. Without proper notice or documented medical excuse, students will be required to re-register and pay. No partial refunds of tuition are made under any circumstances. Books and materials may be non-refundable depending on the course. The registration fee is non-refundable unless the course is full or has been canceled by Workforce Partnerships. If a student requests a refund but has a balance due with the college, the money owed will be deducted from the refund.
If you have questions, please provide us with the course title and number when emailing or calling.
Office Contact Us