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The following student organizations have institutional recognition through the Rhode Island College Office of Student Activities. If your organization's information needs to be updated, please contact Student Activities at (401) 456-8034 or e-mail Resources for the organizations can be found here.

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Organization Description
To update accounting majors on internship opportunities and to allow students to learn about career information and network with major companies. Students are also able to become members in other accounting organizations, such as the IMA. Bryan Prattbpratt_0916@email.ric.eduDanielle Octeaudocteau_9770@email.ric.eduLisa Churchlchurch@ric.edu401-351-7181
To create an awareness and help change the attitude toward the topic of mental health. Also, to help eliminate the stigmate that surround the issues of mental health through informative activities and events.
activeminds@so.ric.eduAmanda Irwinairwin_2425@email.ric.eduBrittany
To encourage, educate, and empower all students, faculty, and campus groups to advocate for individuals with disabilities at Rhode Island College and beyond! Maryabby Jusayanmjusayan_3188@email.ric.edu401-921-1577Jacqueline Ibarrajibarra_3534@email.ric.eduKeri Rossikrossi@ric.edu508-561-4600
National Panhellenic sorority founded on November 4, 1899 at Michigan State Normal College (now Eastern Michigan University). The sorority has more than 80 active chapters and colonies nationwide. Alpha Sigma Tau has a long history of philanthropy and community service. The Sorority's official philanthropy is Pine Mountain Settlement School, and its official service project is Habitat for Humanity. Additionally, individual collegiate and alumnae chapters coordinate local philanthropic fundraisers and service projects. Liz Radwaneradwan_4107@email.ric.eduVicky Alvesvalves_1228@email.ric.eduPamela Christmanpchristman@ric.edu401-339-5458
To further enhance the professional development of marketing students. As well as, spark the creativity of students by doing projects, events, promotions and web-design.
amaclub@so.ric.edu Morseamorse_0495@email.ric.eduMegan Grattamgratta_8559@email.ric.eduBuckley,Andrew Jabuckley_0234@email.ric.edu401-571-8590Pare,Zachary Jzpare_8486@email.ric.edu401-792-8560Stephen Ramockisramocki@ric.edu908/208-1183
The Anchor, Rhode Island College's independent, student-run newspaper since 1928, is a weekly publication that provides RIC and the surrounding community with the latest news, sports, arts and entertainment, lifestyles and opinions. The Anchor provides students with the opportunity to engage in all aspects of the production of the newspaper including writing, editing, photography, graphics, sales and circulation.
editorinchief@anchorweb.org Louisa D'Ovidioldovidio_5560@email.ric.eduGianna Rocchiogrocchio_2134@email.ric.eduFranklin Pattonfpatton_7658@email.ric.eduJessica Zimmerjzimmer_4741@email.ric.eduLloyd
To increase knowledge and awareness of television and video production through hands-on experience. To act as a creative outlet for students who wish to participate in television and video production, and to exhibit students' work to a large audience on a regular basis via closed circuit TV and the Internet. David Cusackdcusack_4407@email.ric.eduErin Sheaeshea_9309@email.ric.eduFerreira,Jeremy Rjferreira_4848@email.ric.edu401-274-6709Lima,Thomas Georgetlima_2398@email.ric.edu401-824-6314Brian Knothbknoth@ric.edu401-456-8036
The Anchorheads are your college's "Official Fan Section" for all RIC athletic events. Our objective is to create the best student atmosphere and foster school pride.
anchorheads@so.ric.eduJoe Koperdajkoperda_0096@email.ric.eduGenesis Garciaggarcia_9136@email.ric.eduRobyn
To promote anthropological understanding throughout the campus and organize events to encourage students to take part in Non-Western traditions. Angie Achornaachorn_6074@email.ric.edu352-214-9696Alyssa Dubisadubis_5793@email.ric.edu401-868-0119Desjarlais,Margaret Mmdesjarlais_3872@email.ric.edu401-826-2669Reed,Emilie Mereed_9295@email.ric.edu401-861-5309Peter Littleplittle@ric.edu401-456-8010
ASA is an organization that serves as a voice for the cultural and social interests of Southeast Asian students at Rhode Island College. Our goal is to educate and bring awareness to students on campus and off campus by providing interaction opportunities for the Rhode Island College and greater Rhode Island communities.
Linda Linllin_5870@email.ric.edu401-256-9754Buddy Trayabtraya_9095@email.ric.eduPek,Frederick Cfpek_2939@email.ric.edu401-575-8344Rivas Corado,Jasmine Gjrivascorado_3425@email.ric.edu401-359-4334Hanif,Zara Tzhanif_5917@email.ric.edu18608617515Daophaouthenh,Billybdaophaouthen_1676@email.ric.edu401-374-0191Kristen Salemiksalemi@ric.edu401-527-5376Moonsil
Association of Computing Machinery (ACM) is a student organization primarily for computer information systems (CIS) and computer science (CS) majors but is open to all RIC students that are interested in computer science, information systems, and/or information technology
acm@so.ric.eduAlicia Fargnoliafargnoli_9304@email.ric.eduXiong,Zia Azxiong_5448@email.ric.edu401-871-0434Vang,Stacy Nsvang_6229@email.ric.edu978/868-3212Lisa Bainlbain@ric.eduRaafat
To encourage activities which educate and promote the value of social work. Through this effort, we hope to generate concern for oppressed and marginalized populations and raise awareness of important social issues such as domestic violence, poverty, substance abuse, racism, sexism and homophobia. Marcus Fullermfuller_6566@email.ric.eduAllyson Girouardagirouard_1975@email.ric.eduArchambault,Emily Learchambault_9454@email.ric.edu401-744-7167Alfaia,Adela C.aalfaia_8973@email.ric.edu401-516-1927Scott Muellersmueller@ric.edu401-456-1990Jeremy
A chance to introduce students to the exciting world of ballroom and Latin dance. With opportunities to learn the elegant steps of the waltz or the energy-filled jump of the swing, ballroom and Latin dance is the best way to meet new people, dance competitively or socially or just have a great time. Collazojcollazo_3717@email.ric.eduAriana Dickieadickie_4618@email.ric.eduOlga Juzynojuzyn@ric.edu401-456-8029
Strives to enhance communication between biology students and faculty, increase awareness of biology and medical technology issues and current events, and increase the sense of community in the biology department. Marianna Shaikhlymshaikhly_8926@email.ric.eduBreea Govenarbgovenar@ric.edu401-456-8171
To promote reading in young people through the organization and hosting of numerous events at RIC and in the surrounding communities.
bringingbooks2life@so.ric.eduMatthew Leomleo_7895@email.ric.edu401-353-0235Natalie Cokelyncokely_1494@email.ric.edu508-269-0397Deluca-Lawton,Michael Bmdelucalawton_8107@email.ric.edu401-345-3691Galleshaw,Gerald Ryanggalleshaw_9134@email.ric.edu401-222-9555Anita Duneeraduneer@ric.edu401-456-8726
The Cape Verdean Student Association is an organization committed to the preservation of the Cape Verdean culture and history.
cvsa@so.ric.eduRomira Monteirormonteiro_8459@email.ric.edu401-663-8775Tatiana Reistreis_6635@email.ric.edu401-626-1910Monteiro,Leniralmonteiro_6105@email.ric.edu401-365-0357Reis,Tatiana Atreis_6635@email.ric.edu401-359-9926Antoinette Gomesagomes@ric.edu401-569-1322Silvia
To promote and teach the game of chess at Rhode Island College through meetings, tournaments, and events. The Chess Club encourages all members of the Rhode Island College community to socialize, relax, and enjoy spirited competition.
chessclub@so.ric.eduYuhua Kongykong_8264@email.ric.eduPatrick Hurdphurd_0672@email.ric.eduMichael Giammarcomgiammarco_5912@email.ric.edu401-305-5249Robert J Smith Jrrsmith_0595@email.ric.edu401-295-5262Arthur
Chi Sigma Iota is the international honor society of professional counseling and for professional counselors. Our mission is to promote scholarship, research, professionalism, leadership and excellence in counseling, and to recognize high attainment in the pursuit of academic and clinical excellence in the profession of counseling.
csi@so.ric.eduElena Yeeeyee_3162@email.ric.eduSabrina Parillosparillo_7384@email.ric.eduCollette,Nicklausncollette_5362@email.ric.edu401-749-6835Whiston,Colin Maxwellcwhiston_8279@email.ric.edu860-818-4352Swagger,Rebecca Rrswagger_5848@email.ric.edu860-377-0387Truax,Emily Betruax_6208@email.ric.edu401-996-8679Michelle Kay Crossleymcrossley@ric.edu401-456-8638
To raise artistic and aesthetic awareness and develop technical skills and abilitites of club members as it pertains to the use of ceramic media. To discuss works created by members and developments made by artists within the field of ceramics. To facialitate artistic development of members by sponsoring visiting artisits, gallery visits, and specialty kiln firings.
clubmudd@so.ric.eduAbigail Falveyafalvey_5928@email.ric.eduMandara MacKinnonmarnold_3957@email.ric.eduCraig
To represent the students of the Communications Department and offer programs and activities geared to exploring the various disciplines within the field. We pride ourselves on creating and maintaining communications-focused events that combine academic theory and real world experiences from professionals.
commclub@so.ric.eduAlly Fellelaafellela_2875@email.ric.eduShannon Passarellispassarelli_2886@email.ric.eduRouleau,Danielle Ldrouleau_2373@email.ric.edu401-829-5492Morra,Nicolenmorra_6048@email.ric.edu401-943-9318Brian
The Co-op is a licensed preschool and daycare facility which provides quality child care for the children of RIC students, faculty, and staff. Jaimie Gutierrrezjpageau_5270@email.ric.eduNatchely Delgadondelgado_0059@email.ric.eduAlan
Delta Phi Epsilon is an organization that is built on the bonds of sisterhood, pride in the sorority, and support for one another. The mission of Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority is to develop in women a social consciousness and a commitment to think and act for the greater good. The work done for the philanthropies, National Association for Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders (ANAD), The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, and Delta Phi Epsilon Education Foundation instills the desire to be active in the community. Casey Smithcsmith_9879@email.ric.eduLacey Makinlmackin_5217@email.ric.eduDennis
Social and intellectual activity among members of the RIC community, especially those majoring/minoring in English, and literature enthusiasts. Provides an opportunity for networking and academic support.
englishclub@so.ric.eduMichael Deluca-Lawtonmdelucalawton_8107@email.ric.edu401-647-2534Ryan Silvarsilva_9732@email.ric.eduRussell
To promote sustainability within our school and community through various educational functions, a school garden, and other events that foster community partnerships.
environmentalclub@so.ric.eduAddison Bermannabergmann_6942@email.ric.eduMayra Mendozammendoza_5266@email.ric.eduJames Murphyjmurphy2@ric.edu401-886-4720
To spread awareness of women's issues on campus by focusing on activism, feminism, and women's rights. In addition, we strive to change stereotypes and to act in support of unity and gender equality.
feminists@so.ric.eduLauren Pothierlpothier_6779@email.ric.eduVanessa Ruggierivruggieri_2996@email.ric.eduLeslie Schusterlschuster@ric.edu401-456-8652Janice
The organization that represents the interests of the freshman class.
freshmanclass@so.ric.eduSlade Sharmanssharma_4868@email.ric.eduJustin Cormacjcabral_1465@email.ric.edu401-573-3969
GAMER strives to provide an open forum for people interested in role-playing games, video games, miniature war games, card collecting games (CCG), and board games. We encourage members to come learn new games or play an old favorite. GAMER is open to anyone interested in games, no matter your level of skill or experience.
gamer@so.ric.eduHalie Rhonehrhone_6272@email.ric.eduAnna Plouffeaplouffe_2908@email.ric.eduR. Anthony
The Health, Wellness, and Fitness Organization provides programming and information for students who are interested in living a healthy lifestyle.
healthwellness@so.ric.eduEvan Petrarcaepetrarca_5007@email.ric.eduBrianna Sousabsousa_9955@email.ric.eduKristen
To provide Rhode Island College student mentors with selected Henry Barnard School students to build lasting friendships and to provide one-on-one social and emotional support.
hbsmentors@so.ric.eduCaitlin Wirthcwirth_9311@email.ric.eduSydney Curranscurran_5174@email.ric.eduHolly
RIC Intervarsity seeks to be a welcoming Christian community that offers open access to anyone seeking connection with God, people and the greater RIC community.
InterVarsity.ric.316@gmail.comhttp://www.ricintervarsity.wordpress.comLeeshonel Ayalalayala_8933@email.ric.edu401-499-0271Josafat Moralesjmorales_4013@email.ric.edu860-869-6382Podmaska,Jared Ajpodmaska_3780@email.ric.edu401-954-2320Fevry,Chelseacfevry_6652@email.ric.edu401-270-6091Jeannine Olsonjolson@ric.edu401-456-8061
The organization that represents the interests of the junior class.
juniorclass@so.ric.eduMia Palombompalombo_0177@email.ric.eduCaitlin Wirthcwirth_9311@email.ric.eduSeth Dixonsdixon@ric.edu401-270-0583
National fraternity aiming to bring men of good character together to strengthen the bonds of brotherhood.
kappadeltaphi@so.ric.eduNick Giammarcongiammarco_8539@email.ric.eduAlex Seubertaseubert_6378@email.ric.eduJames Murphyjmurphy2@ric.edu401-573-7827
Kappa Sigma Colony is the largest college social fraternity in the world with more than 230,000 living members, including over 20,000 undergraduates and 320 Chapters and colonies located throughout the United States and Canada. Founded in 1869 at the University of Virginia, Kappa Sigma Colony International Headquarters is based in Charlottesville, Virginia.
LASO is dedicated to the pursuit of excellence in developing our member's individual potential. We acknowledge that the richness of our culture's identity should aid us in achieving our academic and social goals. LASO is a supportive organization, which encourages its members to learn about diversity of the Latino culture, while promoting leadership development within us all. As the influence and impact of Latin American people and culture has increased in the United States and abroad, LASO has built networks of support in cooperation with other clubs, organizations, associations of the college administration, and our friends. LASO is determined to seek strengths in union as Latino students face critical juncture in higher education; which includes decreasing enrollment nationwide and lack of support and resources. LASO is committed to the use of our skills, knowledge, and energy to contribute to the welfare of our people, society, and the world. Our membership is made up of diverse students from Latin America, Caribbean Islands, Central America, and South America, as well from various ethnic groups. All students are welcome!!
laso@so.ric.eduEmelia Orellanaeorellana_2607@email.ric.edu401-572-6650Sissy Rossosrosso_4178@email.ric.edu401-919-0465Sanchez,Jenniferjsanchez_7362@email.ric.edu401-954-7637Mejia,Madelismmejia_7608@email.ric.edu617-390-6370Toledo,Carlitos Mctoledo_0650@email.ric.edu203/414-6757Baltazar,Starlin Bsbaltazar_3498@email.ric.edu401-559-6607David Espinosadespinosa@ric.eduAntoinette
To unite and strengthen diverse individuals and organizations fighting for education equity, justice, and various issues, such as the elimination of disease, illiteracy, poverty, and ignorance, through alliance building, leadership development, and action.
lifeorg.ric@gmail.comKia Smithksmith_5484@email.ric.edu401-369-2913Edwin Nievesenieves_3118@email.ric.edu401-365-3803Artiles,Justin Ajartiles_4660@email.ric.edu401-572-2134Lopez,Jade Ajlopez_8648@email.ric.edu401-688-4492Antoinette Gomesagomes@ric.edu401-456-8825
The Rhode Island College Middle School Association is a student organization that aims to support the professional and pedagogical development of students who are seeking middle level endorsement. This organization brings best practicing middle level teachers and administrators from the state of Rhode Island, to Rhode Island College, in an effort to promote and educate our members about the various aspects of the middle school model. A panel like format provides ample opportunity for our members to interact and learn from these highly acclaimed middle level educators. RICMSA is dedicated to providing its members with meetings that focus on cutting edge middle level practices, strategies and philosophies.
ricmsa@so.ric.eduhttp://www.ricmsa.wordpress.comLauren Englishlenglish_1836@email.ric.eduCosta,Christopher PChristopher Costaccosta_1335@email.ric.edu401-486-7397Barra,Melissa Mmbarra_6406@email.ric.edu401-359-3988Maldonado,Jaycee Ajmaldonado_7332@email.ric.edu401-450-1144Smith,Tiffany Jtsmith_0136@email.ric.edu401-206-1204Smith,Brittany Nbsmith_6834@email.ric.edu401-206-1396John Niskajniska@ric.edu401-456-8039
NRHH is composed of the top 1% of student leaders on campuses across the world. Furthermore, NRHH has four pillars that each member can continue to strive to achieve: scholastics, recognition, service and leadership. Rachelle BiennestinRachelle BiennestinAmanda Haluchahaluch_0692@email.ric.eduAlize
The RIC chapter of the National Science Teachers Association allows aspiring science teachers at Rhode Island College to become acquainted with each other in an informal environment, to discuss their paths through the education program, and to enhance their science education.
nsta@so.ric.eduhttp://www.nsta.orgAmy Lordalord_2636@email.ric.eduRebekah Furtadorfurtado_3775@email.ric.eduSuzanne
We build leaders who make a better world. Ruggierivruggieri_2996@email.ric.eduDevin Costadcosta_6045@email.ric.eduPaul
To educate ourselves and others about the field of speech and hearing sciences and to prepare ourselves for entrance into the field of speech language pathology and audiology. Alexandra Broccoliabroccoli_9441@email.ric.edu401-861-9391Gianna D'Amicogdamico_3743@email.ric.edu401-781-2126Ferzoco,Brittanybferzoco_7892@email.ric.edu781-408-9103O'Connor,Kristin Mkoconnor_9407@email.ric.edu401-525-6483Eung-Jun
To allow students greater participation in the entire filmmaking process: pre-production, production, post-production, promotion, and distribution with the goal of participating in the film festival circuit. To develop a deep appreciation for film through screenings, discussions, and guest speakers. Dayle Deckerddecker_5057@email.ric.edu401-392-1828Thomas Palleschitpalleschi_1415@email.ric.edu401-241-4550Sherry,Joseph Djsherry_2582@email.ric.edu401-991-3393Lillpopp,Anastasiaalillpopp_8930@email.ric.edu860-537-6368Bussman,Amanda Babussman_7724@email.ric.edu401-419-5963Vincent
Omega Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated is a national sorority committed to the development of collegiate and professional women through sisterhood, diversity, leadership, service, and academic excellence. The purpose of Omega Phi Beta is to service and educate people of diverse backgrounds through sisterhood, leadership, and guidance. As positive role models, we promote unity of all cultures, focus on the empowerment of our gender and raise the standards of excellence in our academic, social, and personal endeavors. Scarlet Santosssantos_9816@email.ric.edu401-649-3931Carolina Rosariocrosario_3628@email.ric.edu401-243-4501Almeida,Veronicavalmeida_9024@email.ric.edu401-338-7170Jessica Pearsonjpearson@ric.edu401-456-8036
This group provides an outlet for members of the RIC community to enjoy and experience ANIME as well as Japanese and East Asian cultures.
otaku@so.ric.edu McPheecmcphee_5639@email.ric.edu401-632-7255Kimberly Maillouxkmailloux_0782@email.ric.edu401-439-8967Morley,Connor Jcmorley_6901@email.ric.edu401-632-8110Kennedy,Mikaela Mmkennedy_9014@email.ric.edu401-353-9229R. Anthony Galvezrgalvez@ric.edu828/399-1839
Founded nationally in 1918 as the first national fraternity to accept men regardless of their race or religious affiliation, Phi Mu Delta has as its mission to provide a positive fraternity experience for today's college man, encouraging high personal standards, morally, mentally, and spiritually, and, to help its members live the ideals of our founders: democracy, brotherhood, and service. Patrick Dorsonpdorson_3677@email.ric.eduJose Costejcoste_3267@email.ric.eduAlexander Khouryakhoury@ric.edu401-274-1011
Pi Sigma Alpha, the National Political Science Honor Society, intends to recognize excellence in academic achievement by college and university students in the fields of political science, government, international, and public affairs; to stimulate scholarship and interest in political science; and to promote civil dialogue. Nicauris Heredia RosarioNicauris Heredia RosarioMichelle Ariasmarias_3250@email.ric.eduTavares,Tina Marietsmith_1557@email.ric.edu401-835-4874Michelle Brophy-Baermannmbrophy@ric.edu401-215-5222
The purpose of the Political Science Club is to generate interest and participation in the political process to all interested RIC students. Jevonte Silvajsilva_0924@email.ric.eduMargaret Desjarlaismdesjarlais_3872@email.ric.eduRobyn Linderlinde@ric.edu401-274-1011Michelle
The goal of this organization is to help those of different sexual orientations and identities (gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and queer) be comfortable with who they are in the light of college life. It is also this group's goal to give these people a voice to be heard at RIC.
pride@so.ric.eduVanessa Ruggierivruggieri_2996@email.ric.eduBrenden Melodybmelody_2167@email.ric.eduRobyn
To provide out of class extra-curricular activities for students. To create a sense of community among RIC students and to create a social setting of educational and recreational nature. Kelly Harlowkharlow_6358@email.ric.eduKristin Carterkcarter_8558@email.ric.eduKristen
Psych Society is dedicated to promoting a path to learning about the field of psychology as well as possible internships, research projects, and job opportunities. Esther Quirozequiroz_5711@email.ric.eduAudrianna Vitoavito_3638@email.ric.eduDavid
The Resident Student Association (RSA) is comprised of students living both in the residence halls and off-campus. The goal for RSA is to assist with students' needs and concerns and to provide programs for the residents which are on a larger scale than the ones that the Hall Councils usually provide. Representatives from all six halls help promote and recruit new members within their respective residence halls and meet together on a regularly scheduled basis. Another goal for RSA is to improve residential life and to promote unity throughout the campus community. Some recent events include duck hunt, res-week, dodgeball, carnival, ice cream socials, campaigns for better food service at the college, increased safety for motor vehicles and parking area, review and update of Residence Hall Policies, sponsorship of marathons to raise money for charity, semi-formal dances, talent shows, trips to plays and sporting events and many other on-campus events. Funding is provided for this organization by Student Community Government (student activity fees). RSA also works closely with Hall Councils, the Office of Residential Life and Housing, and other organizations. RSA is run by the students and elects students from within the group to serve on an Executive Board. Courtney Cookeccooke_2759@email.ric.eduCassandra Miechcmiech_2752@email.ric.eduAlexander
The Rhode Island College Cat Coalition (RICCC) is an organization dedicated to the love of animals, raise awareness of the proper treatment of animals, and the importance of spaying/neutering animals while creating a positive environment where members can relax and discuss their love for cats. Jeremy Boutinjboutin_9232@email.ric.edu401-556-6431Kendall Wiemankwieman_5144@email.ric.edu401-568-7707Wieman,Kendall Ekwieman_5144@email.ric.edu401-924-1226Valente,Nevan Rossnvalente_1131@email.ric.edu401-692-5042Godfrey,Kaitlyn Nkgodfrey_5846@email.ric.edu401-484-2903Eric
The Rhode Island College Democrats works to stimulate an active interest in governmental affairs, and foster and promote the ideals and principles of the Democratic Party.
ricdemocrats@so.ric.eduBayley Forsheebforshee_5626@email.ric.eduEsther Watrousewatrous_7993@email.ric.eduMichelle
RICESS provides a peer support system as many like-minded individuals come together to discuss the various challenges social studies educators face while giving members the opportunity and resources to expand their skills. Townsendttownsend_8238@email.ric.eduKrystal Gladukgladu_2064@email.ric.eduWhitney
The purpose of RICHA is to provide a social forum for healthcare administration students to build relationships with one another and to engage professionals in the healthcare field. Through RICHA, students will learn more about the healthcare administration and gain support in their pursuit of becoming professionals.
healthcareclub@so.ric.eduStephanie Regosrego_6091@email.ric.eduNicole Mardelloncardello_6150@email.ric.eduMarianne Raimondomraimondo@ric.edu401-533-4110
The purpose of this organization is to form an educational community for students in and around recovery. This organization aims to create a safe and open environment for students to receive support from each other as well as learn about recovery.
ricoveryorg@so.ric.eduSamantha Phippssphipps_8930@email.ric.eduErin Blackmereblackmer_8099@email.ric.eduBethany
SNL is a spiritually based group focused on providing consistent Bible discussion groups and service opportunities involving the RIC community.
snl@so.ric.eduHakeen Jacobshjacobs_1090@email.ric.eduDeisy Moralesdmorales_5603@email.ric.eduCarlo
The organization that represents the interests of the senior class. Mia Palombompalombo_0177@email.ric.eduCaitlin Wirthcwirth_9311@email.ric.eduSeth
RIC's literary magazine. Marisa Haneymhaney_5325@email.ric.eduKendra Genereuxkgenereux_9972@email.ric.eduMark
SkillsUSA is a partnership of students, teachers and industry working together to ensure America has a skilled workforce. It provides quality education experiences for students in leadership, teamwork, citizenship and character development. It builds and reinforces self-confidence, work attitudes and communications skills. The emphasis is on total quality work with high ethical standards, superior work skills, life-long education, and pride in the dignity of work. Crawleyacrawley_3353@email.ric.edu401-481-5060Rebecca Marianirmariani_2167@email.ric.edu401-824-4667Cotter,Sandrascotter_6020@email.ric.edu401-545-1921Marcello,Kristen Mariekmarcello_3964@email.ric.edu401-632-6415Gonczi,Kathleen Lkgonczi_6604@email.ric.edu508-821-0879Carol Giuriceocgiuriceo@ric.edu401-456-8028
To cultivate a network of small community groups in which students can discuss what it means to pursue God in faith, education, and through acting justly in the community. Michael Roheliamrohelia_2829@email.ric.eduMadeleine LaPlantemlaplante_1729@email.ric.eduPeter Mendypmendy@ric.edu401-456-8038Antoinette
The organization that represents the interests of the sophomore class. Julio Berroajberroanunez_1381@email.ric.eduAllison Tougasatougas_5186@email.ric.eduKarin
As a Spanish language learner, any Rhode Island College student is now able to practice their Spanish during una hora de conversation, movie days, and on trips to cultural events around Rhode Island, Boston, and New York. Through these opportunities students can practice their conversational skills in an English-free zone. Katelyn Burchillkburchill_1520@email.ric.eduSabrina Brumsbrum_0718@email.ric.eduOlga
To spread creativity and joy of the arts to the community and offer a space for artists and lovers of the arts to commune with each other - especially, but not limited to, spoken word. Marisa Haneymhaney_5325@email.ric.edu401-952-1227Aaron Kaplanakaplan_2748@email.ric.eduEmily
Student Community Government acts as a forum for students to address various issues and concerns affecting students at RIC. It also facilitates the growth and continuity of student organizations on campus by overseeing their operating and funding them. Limatlima_2398@email.ric.eduVanessa Ruggierivruggieri_2996@email.ric.eduScott
To promote high standards of nursing practice through nursing education, to provide programs representative of current professional interests and concerns to nursing students, to inform the student body of the nature of professional nursing. Also, to provide a forum for investigation of issues in healthcare and to speak for better health in the college community. Kristina Haugheykhaughey_7171@email.ric.eduCody O'Rourkecorourke_5492@email.ric.eduMichele Siskindmsiskind@ric.edu401-456-8010
The purpose of the Student Veterans Organization will be to provide a network of support for military veterans, their families and civilian supporters, to educate the college community about the experiences of military veterans, and work with the college administration to meet the needs of student veterans and prospective student veterans. Scott Bjurmansbjurman_0145@email.ric.edu508-974-5812Thomas Pittmantpittman_7858@email.ric.eduBakerink,Latham Dlbakerink_0686@email.ric.edu508-525-6202Salzillo-Cann,Cynthia Lcsalzillo@ric.edu401-497-7816Steven
The purpose of the Student-Parent Association is to advocate and provide resources to student parents. The organization will collaborate with other programs on campus and in the community to assist and ensure academic excellence and success. Additionally, the organization will provide a centralized platform for students to discuss various topics related to balancing work, school, and family.
spa@so.ric.eduJanette Perezjperez_1896@email.ric.eduAudris Valdezavaldez_7008@email.ric.eduMarissa
The purpose of Students of Amalgamated Philosophy is to provide a forum outside of the classroom that is open for interest-lead discussions of a philosophical nature. Additionally, the organization exists to establish practical applications for, and methods of, using philosophy as a professional tool to promote the interest and furtherance of student interest in the field. David Caseydcasey_6124@email.ric.eduSimon Pricesprice_0241@email.ric.eduStephen Duncansduncan@ric.edu401-456-8638
Theta Delta Sigma is the first multicultural and gender-inclusive Greek Life organization at RIC. A dynamic Siblinghood (sister & brotherhood), committed to making diversity the rule, not the exception. We believe in providing a positive experience for everyone, cultivating a safe environment that promotes leadership, scholarship, service, and lifelong friendship.
ric@thetadeltasigma.orgwww.thetas.orgJackie Gilliganjgilligan_9353@email.ric.eduKassidy Stewartkstewart_1598@email.ric.eduOmar
Theta Phi Alpha is a national women's social fraternity, and is a member of the National Panhellenic Conference. The mission of Theta Phi Alpha encompasses far more than providing a social network for college women. For more than 90 years, the sisters of Theta Phi Alpha have maintained a history rich in educational excellence, professional achievement, and a deep commitment to social service. Morseamorse_0495@email.ric.eduGianna Palazzogpalazzo_2864@email.ric.eduStephanie
Tonally Awesome is a student-run a cappella group that performs in many different venues for occasions such as RIC campus events, off-campus events, and music festivals. They sing a wide variety of music from classic tunes to pop songs, and invite students to audition. MacDonaldmmacdonald_2403@email.ric.edu401-356-4932Jacob Chippojchippo_1531@email.ric.edu401-834-6883Lang,Edward Jelang_5589@email.ric.edu401-595-1337Lambert,Sydney Eslambert_1021@email.ric.edu508-643-0778Teresa Coffmantcoffman@ric.edu401-456-8270
VISA is a group for international students to meet, exchange ideas, and about the surrounding community. Marième Ndiayemndiaye_9885@email.ric.eduMariama Coker-Kallonmcokerkallon_2460@email.ric.eduAudrey Olmstedaolmsted@ric.edu401-456-8010
WXIN is here to provide the RIC community with responsible programming, teach newcomers about the music and radio industries, increase our knowledge and understanding of broadcast radio through experience, and provide and outlet for students to express themselves creatively within FCC rules and radio ethics. Joshua Percyjpercy_3835@email.ric.eduGenesis Garciaggarcia_9136@email.ric.eduArthur
Young Americans for Liberty is an organization that serves as an advocate group for Libertarianism and to play an active role in Rhode Island politics.
yal@so.ric.eduJoe Koperdajkoperda_0096@email.ric.eduGenesis Garciaggarcia_9136@email.ric.eduDean
The Youth Development Organization shall serve the Rhode Island College community in a variety of ways: community outreach, knowledge-building, activism, and volunteerism. Members will be encouraged to get involved with local youth and organizations to gain an understanding of jobs that involving working with young people. Ronya Traynhamrtraynham_0997@email.ric.eduLesley Bogadlbogad@ric.edu401-456-8995Corrine

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