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MEET OUR GRADUATES: A High GPA Leads to Greater Opportunities 

Rhode Island College Impact

Celin-Rodriguez graduates with high honors, debt free and as a proud example of success for her son.

MEET OUR GRADUATES: Triple Major in Only Three Years

“My experiences have definitely guided me." — Alexandra Wilson

MEET OUR GRADUATES: Her Rocky Path Paved the Way to New Opportunities

Rhode Island College Impact

Gonzalez plans to use her interest in behavioral psychology to work with children in underserved communities.

Class of 2021: Graduate Student Finds Herself at Home (Again) at RIC

Rhode Island College Impact

“I connected with Upward Bound through my high school guidance counselor. For me, that program was essential in my growth as a young professional.”

Class of 2021: Justice Studies Grads Work to Improve Policing

Rhode Island College Impact

Lindsay Tahan, Allison Barry and Kaisha Luciano are putting their justice studies major into action through a series of webinars intended to help train law enforcement officers.

Class of 2021: Language Graduates Prepared to Take on the World

Rhode Island College Impact

These award-winning 2021 graduates will leave behind a lasting legacy on the World Languages Education Program at RIC.

Class of 2021: Computer Science Grad (Re-)Learns in a New Language

Oliver Feliz-Lima refused to let a language barrier become an obstacle to his education.

Class of 2021: An Orientation to Graduation Love Story

Rhode Island College Impact

Ananya Jantawan and Jeffery Kinnie met during freshmen orientation. As college careers come to an end, their love story continues.

Class of 2021: A Student-Athlete with a Drive Toward Success

As a graduating senior, student-athlete Sophia Guerrier turned in great performances both on the court and in her professional life.

Class of 2021: RIC Social Work Grads Help Trace the Pandemic's Curve

As contact tracers, this trio of pending Rhode Island College graduates were part of an 18-person School of Social Work team that assisted thousands of vulnerable people caught in the wave of COVID-19.