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11 Faculty Receive Mini Grants to Increase Student Engagement

At RIC, emphasis is on student-centered learning, and it’s being backed by funding from the RIC Foundation.

News Brief: Record-Breaking Attendance for Accepted Students Day

More than 500 students and their families contributed to a 25 percent increase in attendance over last year's event.

Open Books – Opens Minds 2024 Student Conference

Support RIC students as they present their essays, poetry, film, dance and dramatic performances on Wednesday, April 10, in Alger 110 from 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

“Transferring to RIC Was Seamless,” says Frederick Torres

Between a tuition bill that came to a mere $100 and advisement that changed the trajectory of his future, Torres says he’s gotten all the support he needs . . . and then some.

First Cohort from B.P.S. Program Reaches the Finish Line

Bachelor of Professional Studies Program lauds its inaugural class at pinning ceremony.

ACE Fellow Learns the Art of Leadership by Studying RIC Administration

Gabriela Torres was particularly excited by RIC’s status as a Hispanic Serving Institution.

Q&A With CEO of the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics

As leader of the nation’s largest professional and educational association for intercollegiate athletics administrators, Pat Manak says it’s exciting to see the burgeoning growth in the sports management field.

RIC Anime Enthusiast Studies Japanese in the Heart of Tokyo

Through RIC’s Shinn Study Abroad Fund, students are landing scholarships and living out their dreams.

LeeShonel Ayala – From B.A. in Youth Development to M.A. in Christian Ministry

Ayala is a liturgical dancer, musician and now future minister/theologian.

Prof. Vince Bohlinger Awarded Mary Tucker Thorp College Professorship

Bohlinger will present Thorp lecture on Ukrainian film on Wednesday, March 20, at 4 p.m. in Alger 110.