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James Monteiro Receives Coveted Echoing Green 2015 Black Male Achievement Fellowship
James Monteiro is awarded the fellowship for the Prison Bridge Program.
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Provost Adam Bush Receives 2015 John Saltmarsh Award for Emerging Leaders in Civic Engagement
Congratulations, Adam!
Check us out in the news!
We've gotten a lot of press lately -- read about our state approval and other information!
Council on Postsecondary Education Approves College Unbound as a New Postsecondary Institution in Rhode Island
In a historic vote on May 20, 2015, the Rhode Island Council on Postsecondary Education welcomed College Unbound as a degree-granting postsecondary option in the state.
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Our mission is to reinvent higher education for underrepresented returning adult learners, using a model that is individualized, interest-based, project-driven, workplace-enhanced, cohort-supported, flexible, supportive, and affordable. College Unbound integrates the students’ own purposes for learning with the needs of their workplaces and communities, improving the lives of the students and the lives of those they touch. As a degree completion college, College Unbound provides access, support through completion, and career placement, ensuring that students get in, stay in, and move forward.
 
College Unbound has partnered with Charter Oak State College to help students earn college degrees. College Unbound provides the support services. Charter Oak provides the courses. Together they have created a project-based concentration to help students develop 21st century work skills. Or students can develop an individualized concentration to meet their unique needs or select a subject area concentration. Students become a part of the Charter Oak student body, and as such are eligible for all support services. Students graduate with a degree from Charter Oak State College.