Mr. Daniel Reyes
- Director - Learning for Life
We are here to connect students to on and off campus resources and opportunities to empower and overcome life obstacles on their journey to graduation.
Monday - Friday
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
At the Learning for Life Center we strive to build a community where students feel accepted, included, and safe.
The mission of Learning for 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.
Learning for Life has a team of staff and trained peer mentors who provide case management services to students. The L4L team can help students to:
"Learning for 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 for Life strengthened by confidence and serves as a compass in what seemed like a foreign land to me."
At Rhode Island College, the Learning for 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.
Learn more about and apply to be a Learning for Life Scholar to get resources on your road to graduation.
In an effort to adhere to the guidance outlined by CDC and RIDOH the L4L team has amended their delivery of services to incorporate social distancing practices including providing support virtually or via phone. If you are in need of support please email our office.