Apply to Riverland
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- Computer Requirements
Acceptance to the college does not automatically guarantee your admission into a specific program. Many programs require a separate application and selection process.
- Non-Degree Students
If you do not plan to earn a degree, diploma or certificate from the college, you can apply as a non-degree seeking student and take up to 16 credits. Non-degree seeking students are not eligible for financial aid. If this is the option you want, select "complete courses but not a degree" under the educational intent question on the application form.
- International Students
International Students should not use the online application. The International Student Admissions Page contains the forms and directions on how to apply. International applicants are (non-immigrants) of another country, who do not have U.S. citizenship, permanent residency, or refugee/political asylum status.
- PSEO / High School Students
Post-Secondary Education Option (PSEO) students must complete additional forms after completing the online application. The PSEO program pays for the courses and books for qualified high school juniors or seniors, or home-schooled students, who take college courses at a Riverland campus while still in high school. Click and print the Agreement of Understanding; Minnesota State PSEO Form and the PSEO Student Planning/Guidance Counselor Form or pick them up from your high school counselor.
Mail the completed forms to:
Riverland Community College
ATTN: Enrollment Services
1900 8th Avenue N.W.
Austin, MN 55912
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