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First-year college students are at the highest risk of developing depression and anxiety.
Making campus a welcoming space for all is as much about removing obstacles as it is about providing resources.
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.
Jim Murphy, RIC sustainability coordinator, stands on the rooftop of Donovan Dining Center, where an array of solar panels now generates electricity for the college.
“I love my job,” says Micaela Black (left), Vetsuccess coordinator. “I feel like I’m giving back and truly saying to veterans, ‘Thank you for your service. What can I do to help you?’”
RIC faculty, staff and students are transitioning back to face-to-face interactions on campus. But what is the healthiest way to return to “normal”?
It’s never easy to look into the future, yet when five Rhode Island College faculty members were asked to offer their predictions of what a post-COVID RIC campus might look like they agreed to take the plunge.
Harambee, which in Kiswahili means “unity” or “stand together,” is the name of Rhode Island College 's multicultural student organization.
RIC Interim Associate Dean of Students Pegah Rahmanian says Martin Luther King's perspective remains relevant.
The Disability Services Center assists almost 1,000 RIC students with reasonable accommodations and supports them in achieving their academic goals.