- Clinical Simulation Laboratory earns full accreditation through 2027
- Fall 2022 Dean's List
- Rich Sullivan joins CCRI as Vice President for Administration and Finance
- CCRI hires Jonathan Miller as Dean of Student Engagement
- Jennie Johnson appointed Vice President for the Division of Workforce Partnerships
Hughes announces departure
Dr. Meghan Hughes, the fifth overall and first female President of the Community College of Rhode Island since 2016, has announced she will step down from her position, effective August 31, 2023.
Student Success: Elaine Sorto-Justiniano
Student Government Director of Student Relations Elaine Sorto-Justiniano, a first-generation Rhode Island Promise Scholar from Providence, RI, is working to boost participation in Student Government.
CCRI sophomore and Providence, RI, resident Precious Lijofi, born and raised in Nigeria, has been named a 2023 New Century Transfer Scholar and will receive a $2,250 scholarship.
More for your money
In response to labor market needs, CCRI was recently approved by the Council on Postsecondary Education to add four new certificate and degree programs to its expansive list of academic programming.
A learning experience
CCRI's Health Sciences Clinical Simulation Laboratory has been granted full accreditation for its simulation program in the area of Teaching/Education by The Society for Simulation in Healthcare.
Fall 2022 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.
Putting students first
Jonathan Miller joins CCRI as the Dean of Student Engagement, where he will develop programs to improve the transition of students to and through CCRI with an emphasis on retention and graduation.
Tasked with providing a vibrant and engaging college and campus experience for all students, Providence's Taiwo Adefiyiju joins CCRI as the new Dean of Students.
Suspense is in the air
The CCRI Players return to the stage tomorrow in Providence with Deathtrap, a comedic thriller in which a struggling playwright wrestles with his moral compass when presented with a major opportunity.
CCRI receives a $400,000 grant from the Strada’s Employer and Community College Partnership Challenge to address emergent workforce training needs in the state’s oral healthcare sector.
In the limelight
After building his theater career as a director and actor, longtime CCRI professor Ted Clement has finally written his first play, which premiers this Thursday at the Bobby Hackett Theatre.
An enlightening experience
Technical Assistant Luis Paz recently spent a week in his home country of Guatemala with members of his church on a dental mission trip to educate youth on the importance of proper dental care.
Lightening the mood
In a departure from their usual adaptation of Shakespearean works, the CCRI Players are bringing levity to their 2022–23 season opener this Thursday with Clown Bar live from the Bobby Hackett Theatre.