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Guided Pathways comes to CCRI
Faculty, staff and administrators are working together to implement the Guided Pathways model at CCRI to improve student graduation and completion. Join this exciting initiative! 

NEASCContinuous Quality Improvement (CQI)
This year, each academic department will be working to evaluate and improve upon the abilities of our students in the area of Assumptions.

adaOpening Day Convocation, 2017 Keynote Address
Dr. Rob Johnstone of the National Center for Inquiry and Improvement (NCII) provided a keynote address on the topic Guided Pathways.

adaDevelopmental Math Analysis"Does the Mode of Delivery Make a Difference?" CCRI Institutional Research, recently provided analyses indicating significant differences for student pass rates between lecture and Math Lab.

teachingexcellenceCCRI Faculty Research
Physics department faculty member, Dr. Karen M. Kortz and former student, Andrea Grenga collaborated on a peer reviewed article in a recent edition of the Journal of Geoscience Education.

This link may be used as a resource for information related to regulations and requirements surrounding ADA Compliance in Academic Affairs.

NEASCCCRI's 2014 NEASC Accreditation Visit
At its meeting on September 18, 2014, the NEASC Commission on Institutions of Higher Education approved the Community College of Rhode Island be continued in accreditation.

Contact Information

Rosemary Costigan

Rosemary A. Costigan, Ph.D, R.N.

VP for Academic Affairs
Tel: 401-825-2142 
Suite 4226, Knight Campus, Warwick, RI
Office Hours
may be booked here
Stephanie Cabral
Website Content Manager

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Last Updated: 5/14/19