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Gearing up for Another NCAA Title Run

On the eve of a new basketball season, the Women’s Basketball team is motivated to win.

Find Out How RIC Lays the Groundwork for Student Success

Attend the Fall Open House on Saturday, Nov. 4. Register today.

First She Leveled Up Her Skills in Grad School – Today She’s DCYF Deputy Director

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Brandi DiDino, whose love and life purpose has been child welfare for almost 20 years, recommends that all social workers pursue an M.S.W. degree.

Grad Degree Lifts Her From Low-Wage Earner to High-Paid Professional

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Upon completion of this unique M.S.W. program, Silvia Adames will become a fully licensed behavioral health counselor.

Hope Scholar, Moses Nicolau, Says Scholarship Couldn’t Have Come at a Better Time

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“Because of this scholarship, the stress has been lifted. I can now focus completely on school,” says Nicolau.

Student Veteran, Ariel Polanco, Says Hope Scholarship is “Real Hope”

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“Hope is important to me,” says Polanco, “because I came from a place where there wasn’t much hope.” Enacted this fall, RIC’s Hope Scholarship makes the final two years of a four-year bachelor’s degree tuition-free for R.I. residents.

Egresada de RIC es autora de novela de fantasía que fue galardonada con premio internacional

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El libro “Island Eight” de Melissa Medenciy gana el International Latino Book Awards (Premio Internacional del Libro Latino)

RIC Alumnus Produces Award-Winning Fantasy Novel

Melissa Medenciy’s “Island Eight” wins International Latino Book Award.

RIC’s Unity Center Director is a Proud Latina with Experience in Restorative Justice

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Among the students the Unity Center serves are BIPOC, LGBTQ+, first-generation and students seeking interfaith services.

Dos especialistas en Trabajo Social ayudando a su comunidad latina

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“Después de todos estos años trabajando con la comunidad latina, tengo claro que los Estados Unidos necesita más consejeros bilingües”. ~ Cruz Zapata