The Alumni Association proudly serves our 75,000+ graduates of Rhode Island College by providing resources, events and benefits exclusively to our alumni community.
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As president of the Rhode Island College Alumni Association, I value your feedback on the association and appreciate your suggestions for future growth. Since its founding as an institution of higher education in 1854, RIC now has more than 75,000 alumni.
We encourage you to become a member of the Alumni Association to take advantage of the many events, programs, benefits and more that we offer. Please consider updating your contact information with us and possibly giving.
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2023 Book Award Sponsorships are Now Open!
The Book Award program is a longstanding tradition of the Rhode Island College Alumni Association. The Book Award program gives RIC alumni the chance to support graduating high school seniors who plan to attend RIC.
This year’s Book Award will be the book selected as part of the Open Books, Open Minds required reading program for incoming freshmen during 2023-2024. In addition, recipients will receive an award certificate and a $50 gift card to the RIC Barnes and Noble Bookstore. Awards are presented at each of the respective high school's end of year awards ceremonies.
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- Director of Alumni Advancement & Engagement
- Assistant Director of Alumni Relations
Take Advantage of These Benefits
Rhode Island College graduates not only come away with a valuable degree, but also many wonderful benefits to take advantage of.
Alumni Mentoring Opportunity
The Career Empowerment Opportunity (C.E.O.) Program is an alumni-driven mentorship program that helps prepare Rhode Island College students for career success. Mentoring a current student is a great way to give back to your alma mater and to help the next generation of RIC alumni!
The Alumni Association provides scholarships to undergraduate students to qualify. Please review our current scholarship opportunities and emergency grant funding.
Nigel Evangelista ’09 is owner of GET STRONG, a strength-training facility that caters to people over 50.
U.S. Rep. James Langevin ’90, a RIC alumnus, has donated his collection of documents and photos to the college for preservation and public accessibility.