Learning for Life Food Pantry

At the Unity Center we have a number of resources for students to explore on their own, but for students looking for one on one support, or who have specific needs, we have a number of services identified to be of help, and are happy to connect students to more.

Interfaith Services 

Interfaith Services provides opportunities for prayer, workshop and meditation for support for faith-based student groups. Interfaith counseling and sessions are available with the campus chaplain on Wednesdays from 9:30 am to 3 pm. If you would like to schedule a time to meet with our chaplain, please schedule here: http://calendly.com/revsavannahponder/chaplain.

Interfaith Services also provides workshops, lectures and community service opportunities to educate the Rhode Island college community about understanding and respecting different faiths and religions. 

Interfaith Services can provide students with a full list of addresses and contact information for places of worship located in the surrounding area.

Students are invited to join St. James Episcopal Services on Sundays at 12 PM located on 474 Fruit Hill Ave, North Providence, RI 02911 which is a 4 minute drive from campus! They are friendly and inviting to students of all race, gender, and sexuality.

JEDI (Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion) student leader workshops

Student Leader JEDI (Justice, Equity, Diversity, Inclusion) workshops are available for student organizations, Greek organizations, leadership programs, student employees, residential advisors, student ambassadors, etc. Please reach out to inquire about types of workshops.

Learn more about JEDI Student Leadership Workshops

Monthly Town Halls

This is an opportunity where students can gather, connect, and voice concerns about issues facing them on and off campus.

Civic Engagement and Student Activism Opportunities

Learn more about Civic Engagement and Student Activism

Mentorship and Advising

We offer mentorship and advising around social identity based experiences and questions, including but not limited to:

  • racial and ethnic
  • gender
  • sexuality
  • citizenship status
  • first gen
  • student parents
  • interfaith issues