Rhodes State College classes this Spring will be offered in a variety of formats including Face-to-Face; Online, or Hybrid. Spring semester will begin January 11, 2021. In efforts to limit student travel and prevent the spread of COVID, Rhodes State has decided to eliminate spring break. See the full academic calendar below.
|Friday, January 1||New Year's Day Observed - Offices closed|
|Monday, January 11||Full semester (and first half-term classes begin)|
|Monday, January 18||Martin Luther King Day - no classes, offices closed|
|Friday, March 5||Last day of classes for first half-term|
|Monday, March 8||Second half-term classes begin|
|Friday, April 23||Last day of classes for full semester term|
|Saturday-Friday, April 24-30||Final exam week for full semester term|
|Friday, April 30||Last day of second half-term|
|Saturday, May 8||Commencement|
Rhodes offers over 70 associate degree and certificate programs including the Associate of Arts and Associate of Science Degrees. Rhodes State is the perfect place to prepare for your future.
Apply Now! Rhodes State is the perfect place to prepare for your future. Want to learn more? Email Chad Teman, Director of Admissions at Teman.C@RhodesState.edu or register to attend an online live admissions sessions by CLICKING HERE.
Learn more about taking your first year of your four-year degree plan at Rhodes State College during this time of uncertainty. Rhodes State College is here to help students successfully move along their 2 or 4-year degree path for one or more semesters in the safety of their home environment. Learn more here. It’s not too late to start your Year One!
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If you are planning to attend Rhodes State and transfer courses back to your home college or university, you are considered a Transient (Guest) Student. Save money by taking a class or two here...Rhodes State is about half the cost of a university. Apply now! Search for classes using STARS Online.Once you are admitted, here are your Next Steps.
Rhodes State College is an affordable option. We are 58% less than area universities. See below for details. Submit your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA); Rhodes State's code is 010027. Additional Financial Aid information available.
Prospective and current Rhodes State students may apply for Foundation scholarships at https://rhodesstatecollege.awardspring.com/ for the 2021-2022 awards. Through one application, applicants are automatically applied to all of the scholarship opportunities for which they are eligible. Applications are due by December 14, 2020. Apply today!
CLICK HERE to request more information.