CU Student on ABC 6 News

This past week, College Unbound student Juan Wilson was on the ABC 6 news for helping NAACP and OIC to organize Lyft and Uber, two competing taxi services that are ...


CU Student Featured in Providence Journal

College Unbound student Melissa DaRosa was featured in today’s Providence Journal for her work with the Institute for the Study and Practice of Nonviolence, through which she organized a block ...

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Celebrating Five Years of Impact and our Third Graduating Cohort

May 31st was quite a day for College Unbound. The excitement began with a convening-style brunch, where CU celebrated five years of opening doors for full-time working adults to pursue ...



CU Advisor and Alum James Monteiro on State of Mind!

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CU Perspectives, 11/24/14: Tyler

Most of the learners at College Unbound are adults returning to college ...
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Ashé College Unbound

College Unbound has been thrilled to be a member campus of Imagining America for the past several years. Our organizations are intimately intertwined– IA Co-Director Tim Eatman has sat on College Unbound’s founding advisory board and Adam Bush was director of IA’s PAGE program and now sits on its National Advisory Board. But, beyond personnel, […]

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CU Perspectives 10/7/14: Jill

College Unbound has taken on two initiatives as it relates to recruitment efforts: The prison system and Native American Indians. The group of people that I have been charged to work with the Native American Indian population. Taking on this initiative has taught me a great deal. I am fascinated when it comes to learning […]

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CU Perspectives 9/23/14: Tracy

The Ivory Tower no longer holds the keys to knowledge and expertise. There was a time when access to information was limited. Knowledge lived in in the minds of distant researchers. It seemed sensible for professors to determine the knowledge that was most critical to know and to determine the best sources of that knowledge—which […]

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CU Perspectives 9/8/14: Leann

I started grad school today. Five years ago, I didn’t think grad school was attainable. I was a college drop-out three times over. I was a low-income single mother. According to many four year colleges, I was just a screw-up who didn’t deserve a degree. The issue wasn’t my intelligence. In fact, I’d been turned […]

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CU Perspectives 9/2/14: Adam

We’ve just posted the College Unbound 2014 Commencement Address to the CU website. Speaking to graduates, families, new CU recruits, and alums, the talk takes to task the notion of Innovation in higher education and tried to move the language to a need for more Improvisations. Distinguishing between those words was purposeful—innovation’s long been a […]

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Free School Supplies for Kids!

Check out the Back to School Celebration Event from Back to School of Rhode Island. Saturday, August 16th.

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Q&A: How is the Native College Experience Different?

You don’t often hear about the challenges that Native Americans face when going through college. This young Native American woman sheds some light on a situation that many of us don’t realize exits. At CU, we’re working with the Native population, and hope to change this way of thinking! Read the article. 

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A Classroom Leaves the Syllabus to the Students

Students at Lehigh University are spending the summer spearheading their own innovative research projects- from building aquaponic farms to redesigning prosthetic hands. They are “combining elements that scholars of education have advocated for years — research, work experience and independent, long-form projects.” What’s equally amazing is that these students are not receiving credit for participating […]

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We all have individual learning styles and preferences. There is no one way to learn!

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Attend an Open House

Do you wonder how College Unbound could fit for you? Are you interested in transferring the largest possible amount of previous college credits to get a degree? Are you concerned about how much time it will take to complete a degree? We can answer all these questions and many more. Come to our next Open […]

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