- CCRI joins network of state colleges in federally-funded research collaborative
- Quick-thinking occupational therapy student earns high praise in clinicals
- CCRI to offer free Marine Trades and Composites pre-apprenticeship training
- CCRI awarded first-ever Title III grant to support development of Pathways program
- CCRI hosts public town hall meeting for nursing programs
- CCRI Players tackle gender equality with season-opening production of Orlando
- Newport Campus to offer free Virtual Dementia Tour demos
- Student Spotlight: Andrew Lee
- Alumnus, former student ambassador De La Cruz thriving thanks to JAA program
- Hard work, commitment fuels Jones' rise as student, budding media personality
A lively experiment
Faculty members in various science departments launched an initiative to purchase at-home lab kits as temporary replacements for in-person labs for students taking courses in both summer sessions.
Making the grade
Forty-five student-athletes at CCRI qualified for the Athletic Director's Honor Roll for posting a 3.0 GPA with 34 of them also earning NJCAA Region XXI academic honors with a GPA of 3.20 or higher.
CCRI is one of 67 colleges nationwide included in the expansion of the Second Chance Pell Experimental Sites Initiative to provide need-based Pell grants to people in state and federal prisons.
CCRI teams with the Greater Newport Chamber of Commerce to launch new virtual workforce program designed to teach skill-specific courses to current entrepreneurs and business owners.
Sowing the seeds
CCRI and URI team with industry leaders to develop new courses, professional certifications, and an associate degree program focused on agriculture, food systems, and and plant-based industries.
Spring 2020 Dean's List
Students enrolled in a degree program who have completed 12 credits with a grade point average of 3.25 or higher this semester with no grade lower than “C” are eligible for this scholastic honor.
Warwick native and Rhode Island Promise scholar Amanda Gelinas, an aspiring music teacher, entered a vocal competition on a whim and will now compete nationally among other elite classical singers.
A new normal
Faculty, staff and students at each of CCRI's four campuses have been forced to adapt to teaching and learning remotely in the wake of the recent coronavirus pandemic.
Business as usual
All four campuses are closed to students and most employees during the COVID-19 outbreak, but a handful remain to ensure everything runs smoothly behind the scenes during these times of uncertainty