- Artistic creativity blends with political ideology in CCRI Players' adaptation of Cabaret
- 'Unattainable' goal quickly becoming a reality for hard-working Promise scholar
- Youth ambassador and Promise scholar uses poetry to cope with childhood adversity
- Jazz documentary co-written by CCRI professor to screen during Black History Month
- CCRI hosts Fall 2021 Open House for graduating high school seniors at Knight Campus
- CCRI showcases work of Art and Art Design faculty at college’s annual Faculty Exhibition
- Budding computer programmer soars to new heights through Promise scholarship
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
Seizing the moment
Attending college seemed impossible at times for Providence's Cesar Vasquez Arita, but the aspiring computer engineer is pursuing his education thanks to the Rhode Island Promise scholarship.