Rhode Island College has more than 75,000 alumni, since its founding as an institution of higher education in 1854. Learn more about the many events, programs, benefits, and more that we offer you as a RIC alum.
Sponsor a Book Award
By sponsoring an incoming first-year RIC student from your high school alma mater, they will receive a Barnes & Nobles gift card to purchase books for their class/es, a certificate, and a copy of the Open Books - Open Minds book of the year.
HAVE QUESTIONS? NEED TO UPDATE YOUR CONTACT INFO WITH US?
If you have any questions on how to be an active RIC alum, please contact us - we'd be more than happy to assist. Please update your contact information to ensure the best communication.
Explore All Your Benefits
Discover the unique advantages, offerings, and discounts accessible to every member of the RIC alumni community.
Consider Giving Back to Others
Thanks to the generous support of alumni, parents, and friends, today's Rhode Island College is creating a distinctive impact in our local community and the world. Please contact the Rhode Island College Foundation with any questions about giving.
Scholarships Click to learn who this is for
Alumni Student Scholarships are the direct result of the generosity of RIC Alumni toward our current and future students.
Alumni who are passionate about giving back to current and future students by helping to fund their education.
Your RIC School of Choice Click to learn who this is for
Give to the RIC school that you're passionate about: Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Feinstein School of Education and Human Development, School of Business, School of Social Work, Zvart Onanian School of Nursing, or Professional Studies and Continuing Education.
Alumni who are passionate about the school or program that they'd like to support.
Book Award Program Click to learn who this is for
By sponsoring an incoming first-year RIC student from your alma mater, they will receive a Barnes & Nobles gift card to purchase books for their class/es, a certificate, and a copy of the Open Books - Open Minds book of the year.
Alumni looking to give back to their RI high school by supporting an incoming first-year RIC student from their alma mater.
Keep Up with What's Happening
Some of the lives of RIC women leaders are written in stone.
Learn about the profound impact Black women leaders have had on the nursing profession and on the broader Rhode Island community.