Spend some time on our website, request to talk with our admissions team, review the FAQs, and – when you’re ready – start an application.
Form a close-knit community with other students just like you. They’ll help you earn your degree, and will become part of your network post-graduation.
Join your cohort during weekly sessions to get guided lessons and support from your College Coach. Expect to work on degree projects for at least 8-10 hours each week.
Move at your own pace by mastering projects each week. You’ll grow and gain momentum to earn your degree 2 - 3 years faster than your peers at other universities (CSU avg. time to completion is 5.5 years).
Yes. We only partner with regionally accredited, nonprofit universities. (Regional accreditation is the highest form of accreditation, and credits earned through regionally accredited programs are the most likely to transfer.)
Students will work with their college counselor and the Rivet School Admissions team to submit their application. There are 3 sections to the application: General Information, Financial Planning, and Short Answer Questions. Once a student submits, they will receive an email from our Admissions team on next steps.
Students should expect to hear a decision within 2-3 weeks of the application deadline.
Rivet School partners with Southern New Hampshire University, a regionally accredited nonprofit university to offer an AA in General Studies and three BA degrees in Business, Communications, and Healthcare Management.
Within each of these degrees, students can choose specific concentrations such as: Logistics & Operations, Public Administration, Management, Global Perspectives, and more. These degrees provide a broad base of generalizable skills that support students to enter into a variety of careers.
We believe that college programs should be 100% focused on doing what’s best for students. We also recognize the troubling legacy of for-profit higher education in this country.
For these reasons (and others), Rivet School is a non-profit educational program with one mission: To help you earn a job-relevant degree as efficiently as possible.