Resources for Faculty & Staff
Faculty & Staff, please feel free to republish this in any communication to students.
Learning for Life (L4L) connects students to on and off campus resources and opportunities, empowering them to overcome obstacles on their journey to graduation. L4L’s team of trained Navigators serve as peer mentors for students and work to provide individualized support to meet student’s needs. L4L strives to help build a community where students feel accepted, included, and safe. The L4L network of resources includes, support for everyday living such as food accessibility, transportation, childcare, housing, financial resources etc. We are located in Adams Library, Level 1 and are open Monday- Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm. The best way to connect with us is to call us at 401-456-6320 or email us a
firstname.lastname@example.org. We have virtual appointments available and will have contactless pick-up available for our food pantry. We also host free community lunches, workshops, and events. Visit the L4L website at
http://www.ric.edu/learningforlife/ for more information or follow us on Instagram @ricl4l or Facebook
To refer a student to Learning for Life (L4L), tell them that they can contact L4L in the following ways: e-mail
L4Linfo@ric.edu; call our main line, 401-456-6320; or stop by Adams Library, Level 1. Walk-ins are always welcomed. Additional information is available by contacting L4L Director, Joise Garzon at 456-6347 or