RIC is the first college in the state to earn this federal designation, which opens new opportunities for students.
Making campus a welcoming space for all is as much about removing obstacles as it is about providing resources.
Outgoing President Frank D. Sánchez reflects on his time in office and weighs in on questions of RIC’s future.
Bryan Soto found the supports necessary to achieve his dream at Rhode Island College.
Alumni retrace their journey on the road to medical practice. (Pictured, dental student Romeo Ghraieb ’20)
“I like to go into inner-city schools to talk to children and demystify the idea of who can be a doctor,” says Dr. Moreira ’03 (left of photo) (Sarah Ebirim ’22, right)
A Q&A with Associate Professor of Computer Science Suzanne Mello-Stark on the need to develop our cybersecurity workforce
From Liberia’s Civil War to the Frontlines of Poverty in RI: Weayonnoh Nelson-Davies Elevates Her VoiceRhode Island College Impact
At the age of 12, Weayonnoh Nelson-Davies already knew what it meant to speak up and be heard.
It is the only preschool in Rhode Island offered on a college campus exclusively for members of its college community – and at such a low fee.
Earning a degree will help to ease her transition into becoming an advocate at a local healthcare agency.