The CCRI Writing Center offers free services and workshops to CCRI students, faculty and staff members. This includes help with prewriting, organizing, creating thesis statements and topic sentences, writing summaries, editing and more.
Members of the Flanagan, Knight and Liston Campus Collegiate DECA, along with advisers Joanne Orabone, Barbara Nauman and Carol Rowey, attended the International Career Development Conference (ICDC) in Anaheim, California, and returned with outstanding success stories.
Thank you to all who participated in our “Strategic Issues” open forums during the month of April. The data gathered during these discussions will guide us towards the next phase of our plan, “Finalizing Goals and Building for Long-Term Success.”
The Frank DePetrillo Project Undercover Award supplies diapers to parents and/or legal guardians enrolled in at least their second semester at CCRI who demonstrate financial need. Applicants must be a parent or legal guardian of a child age 0-7 or an expectant parent whose child will be born by the start of the award, Sept. 5, 2017.
The CCRI Faculty Scholarship Fund is offering scholarships for students based on academic merit and financial need.
The CCRI Library has a great resource for helping students improve their skills in identifying high-quality information and sources, with topics and assignments ready to be incorporated into classes. The sessions encourage critical thinking skills in accordance with CCRI’s Continuous Quality Improvement Initiative rolled out this academic year.