“COLLEGE UNBOUND MADE MY PASSION COME TRUE. IN 2017, MY ORGANIZATION OPENED. IT’S CALLED, 'CAN YOU HEAR ME NOW?' ”
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"EVEN IF IT TAKES ME TIL I AM 90, I WANT TO SEE THESE IDEAS BECOME REALITY AND IMPACT PEOPLE!"
“I USED TO WORK AS A MAINTENANCE TECH AT AN ART COLLEGE. I WOULD LOOK AROUNDS AT THE ART AND THINK I COULD BE AT THIS LEVEL SOME DAY. NOW I FEEL LIKE I AM.”
“I LEARNED HOW TO UNLEARN AND QUESTION AS A PRACTICE, LEADING TO PERSONAL SUCCESS. COLLEGE UNBOUND IS RIGHT NOW AND IT IS THE FUTURE. ”
George developed Rally for Recovery to give a voice to people in recovery and show the public and those currently in recovery that recovery is possible.
- 80% Degree Completion
- 20% of CU Alumni Accepted to Graduate School
- 87% of CU graduates Are Employed Full Time
On Thursday, September 20, the New England Commission of Higher Education (NECHE) voted to approve College Unbound (CU) to move to the next step toward full accreditation, allowing CU to join our peer colleges representing Rhode Island across the New England post-secondary education landscape.
College Unbound is seeking candidacy status with NEASC. If granted candidacy, College Unbound will continue through the accreditation process through a five year period, during which it will undergo annual evaluations by NEASC. The public is invited to submit comments.
Provost Adam Bush tells the Chronicle of Higher Education how the degree program for adult learners came to feature student-driven projects, roles for peers and practitioners, and dinner-seminars with child care.
In a world of battling priorities and constant changes here's how College Unbound stays productive.