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    • read more about ThoRealizing his dreams of an education - Tho Mith Chin hopes to help his native Cambodia with what he has learned in college. “I try to focus on studying every single moment, and I believe if I put in my mind and effort, nothing is impossible for me." [Read more about Tho]
    • read more about KimberlyHoping to inspire other moms - Some might have abandoned their college dreams after becoming pregnant in high school, but that made Kimberly Matias more determined than ever to create a better life for her and her daughter. [Read more about Kimberly]
    • read more about SarahA new career path- Just as she was about to turn 40, professional photographer Sarah Kristiansen was seeking a change. After photographing another community college’s commencement, she realized she could one day cross the stage – and she did on May 20. [Read more about Sarah]
    • read more about Pawan'A story of love and hope' - Pawan Pandey failed math twice in his native India but, after he followed his love to the United States, he found success at CCRI. Not only did he pass the highest-level math, he graduated with a 3.96 GPA. [Read more about Pawan]
    • read more about AbigailFuture children's librarian - After experiencing CCRI as homeschooled high schooler, Abigail Clarkin returned to CCRI to finish her degree in Liberal Arts. She graduated with a 3.82 GPA and will transfer to pursue her bachelor's degree. [Read more about Abigail]
    • read more about BrandonStudent commencement speaker - Brandon Langdon, a U.S. Coast Guard veteran who found his passions at CCRI, represented the Class of 2016 as student speaker on May 20. [Read more about Brandon]
    • read more about LauraPursuing her passions - Before she enrolled at CCRI, Laura Ferrick was working endless hours at a coffee shop to make ends meet. But she decided to follow her love for music and now plans to be a music teacher. [Read more about Laura]
    • read more about BradleyFinding his niche - Diagnosed in middle school with high-functioning autism, Bradley Johnson has learned to embrace his quirks and found a welcoming home at CCRI. [Read more about Bradley]
    • read more about ThaoMeeting her own ultimatum - Thao Dang, a native of Vietnam, gave herself one more chance to complete college. She graduated May 20 with a 3.75 GPA, a business degree and dreams of starting a nonprofit organization. [Read more about Thao]
    • read more about the rideFundraising ride - Tracy Karasinski, dean of the Office of Opportunity and Outreach, rode her 2009 BMW F800ST motorcycle to Washington, D.C., this month to raise funds and awareness of college opportunity programs. [Read more about the ride]
    • read more about the visitPresident Clinton visits CCRI - The country's 42nd president addressed a crowd at the Knight Campus in Warwick during a campaign stop on behalf of his wife, Hillary. [Read more about the stop]
Last Updated: 7/25/16