CCRI’s first class of R.I. Promise recipients set to graduate Thursday

Updated 5:20 p.m., May 14

THE FIRST STUDENTS WHO benefited from the Rhode Island Promise tuition-free scholarship program will be graduating from the Community College of Rhode Island on Thursday. / COURTESY COMMUNITY COLLEGE OF RHODE ISLAND
THE FIRST STUDENTS WHO benefited from the Rhode Island Promise tuition-free scholarship program will be graduating from the Community College of Rhode Island on Thursday. / COURTESY COMMUNITY COLLEGE OF RHODE ISLAND
PROVIDENCE – The Community College of Rhode Island is set to graduate its largest class in more than 20 years – about 2,300 students – a class that will include the first group of students to complete the Rhode Island Promise tuition-free program. CCRI said about 285 students in the graduating class made it through…

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