Postsecondary

 

Welcome to Our Postsecondary Program

Completing your college education has been a goal for you ever since you became a Crusader. You have worked hard to be ready for the challenge of higher education. As you embark on your postsecondary education and seek to earn a degree that will open exciting career opportunities, The College Crusade is still here to offer support and encouragement.

Postsecondary services for Crusaders:

  • Counseling
  • Transition support
  • FAFSA renewal and verification
  • Career exploration
  • Leadership development
  • Goal setting
  • Referrals to university/college resources
  • Workshops
  • Reenrollment supports

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Our College Advisors

Find your school below and click your Advisor’s name to see office hours and contact info:

Community College of Rhode Island, Flanagan Campus
(Lincoln) – Joshua Flanagan
Community College of Rhode Island, Liston Campus

(Providence) – Belisa Nunez
Rhode Island CollegeJacqueline Canola
University of Rhode Island and additional institutions by appointment – Eric Calogianes

If you attend a postsecondary institution in Rhode Island or outside of Rhode Island that is not on this list, please contact Maria Carvalho, Director of High School & Postsecondary Operations, at 401-519-0221 or mcarvalho@thecollegecrusade.org to schedule an appointment. We are always ready to help!

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Postsecondary Spotlights

  • Michael Jimenez '15

    Michael Jimenez Providence Career & Technical Academy ’15 Providence College ’19 Engineering “I chose engineering because I was always interested in the way things worked and the thought process ...

  • Patricia Adegboyega '17

    Patricia Adegboyega Shea High School ’17 University of Rhode Island ’22 Biomedical Engineering “I chose biomedical engineering because I wanted to be in the medical field but didn’t want ...

  • Heckerly Flores '14

    Heckerly Flores Classical High School ’14 Community College of Rhode Island ’18 Rhode Island College ’20 English & Communications “I’ve always enjoyed writing. When I came back to school after ...

  • Daniel Rosario '15

    Daniel Rosario Classical High School ‘15 University of Rhode Island ’19 Cell & Molecular Biology, concentration in Microbiology Daniel Rosario, a junior at the University of Rhode Island majoring ...

  • Jennifer Kalbourji '14

    Jennifer Kalbourji Blackstone Academy ’14 Mount Holyoke College ’20 Psychology & Education "I took a class in racism and inequalities in schools and society and it ignited a passion ...

  • Ariel Davey '16

    Ariel Davey Shea High School '16 Providence College ’20 Undecided "I haven’t chosen a major yet because I haven't found one that I am 100% committed to. It is ...

  • Irving Liriano ’15

    Irving Liriano Times 2 Academy’15 Rhode Island College ’19 Criminal Justice "I chose Criminal Justice because I want to impact and make a difference in my communities through my ...

  • Joel Galva '13

    Joel Galva Davies Career Tech High School '13 Rhode Island College ’17 Computer Science "I chose Computer Science because I love computers, specifically computer software. To me, computer science ...

  • Jennifer Solares ’14

    Jennifer Solares Classical High School ’14 Providence College ’18 Biology with a minor in Mathematics “I decided to declare my major in biology because I did some research before ...

  • Jessie Barrios ’14

    Jessie Barrios Central Falls High School ’14 Providence College ’18 Biology "My high school biology teacher was extremely passionate, and it was contagious. I wanted to be as excited ...

  • Francy Mata '15

    Francy Mata Jorge Alvarez High School '15 College of the Holy Cross '19 Economics/ Computer Science "I was always into tech since I was a kid and would take ...

  • Faith Akinbo ’13

    Faith Akinbo Davies Career Tech High School ’13 University of Rhode Island ’17 Computer Engineering "Ever since I was a child I would take apart my toys to figure out ...