On the latest episode of “Moving Forward at CCRI,” President Hughes discusses the important topic of retention with Perri Pinheiro, a general studies student and a member of CCRI’s inaugural class of Promise Scholars, and Jesus Ocasio, a respiratory therapy student. Both Jesus and Perri shared with us the challenges and successes they have experienced so far at CCRI,…
Happy holidays from our CCRI family to yours! Now we just need a few dozen signatures for our big holiday card. Check out the video below!
Bhikhaji “B” Maneckji recently sat down with us to discuss why he helped to establish the Last Mile Scholarship. View the video to learn why he supports CCRI and our students.
Faculty and staff members are sought to volunteer at the greeter desks at each campus from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sept. 5 to 7.
Starting this fall, CCRI will begin to communicate with our students via text messaging. Initially, this service will be used only to support student registration and to keep students informed of important and time-sensitive information such as enrollment and financial deadlines.
The college will hold its First Annual Raising Opportunities Benefit from 6:30 to 10:30 p.m. on Friday, June 2, at the Knight Estate on the Knight Campus.
We know the vast majority of our students arrive at CCRI needing developmental math. It’s one of the places we focused on as we work together to figure out how to best meet our students’ academic needs. We recently received the results of five years of student outcome data that shows students participating in the math lab are far less likely to earn a C or better compared to their peers in math lecture.
For the summer term, degree-seeking students will have access to priority registration on April 3 and 4, with general registration opening April 5.
The Guaranteed Admission and Tuition Agreement (GATA) between CCRI and Providence College’s School of Continuing Education means students can save time and money continuing their education in general studies, liberal arts, fire science and general business.