- Director - Learning for Life
The mission of Learning 4 Life (L4L) is to connect students to on and off campus resources and opportunities. Students served by L4L are empowered to overcome life obstacles on their journey to graduation such as, access to basic needs, managing competing priorities, and navigating the campus systems. L4L’s team of staff and trained peer mentors (Navigators) support and advocate for students.
What We Do
Learning 4 Life has a team of staff and trained peer mentors who provide case management services to students. The L4L team can help students to:
- identify and problem solve barriers to academic, social, and personal success
- assess the type of assistance and resources needed
- explore personal strengths, self-care and wellness strategies
- develop or strengthen their support system.
- become more confident navigating and access on- and off-campus resources
- stay on track with identified goals
- overcome obstacles in accessing help
- proactively address problems/stressors to prevent more serious difficulties
"Learning 4 Life is exactly what every college campus should have, it is an all-inclusive space where students, faculty and staff can come and be welcomed with open arms. As a student who came into college afraid and not confident that I would be able to complete a college education, Learning 4 Life strengthened my confidence and served as a compass in what seemed like a foreign land to me."
What is the Learning 4 Life Center at RIC?
Consider Supporting the RIC Learning 4 Life Center
At Rhode Island College, the Learning 4 Life (L4L) Center is an inclusive space where students are welcomed with open arms. Students receive assistance with everything from addressing barriers to education as well as housing and food insecurities.
Learning 4 Life Staff
- Assistant Director Learning for Life
Featured News & Stories
“I’m happy to see my father reach his goal of having all four of his children earn a degree from Rhode Island College,” Duarte says.
Francisca García, de cuarenta y ocho años, no solo se graduará con una licenciatura en trabajo social, sino que ya fue aceptada en el programa de Maestría en Trabajo Social en RIC.