Sara took classes at two other schools before coming to RWU, but she knew as soon as she stepped on campus that it was the right fit. Her credit transfer was fast and simple, and she loves RWU’s small class sizes and the personal attention she receives from faculty members. Living on campus in a 10-person suite has been a welcome new experience for Sara, who can often be found cheering on RWU athletic teams with the Hollerin’ Hawks. An aspiring entrepreneur, Sara is challenging herself with courses across several disciplines in the Gabelli School of Business while working five days each week in marketing and retail with Ocean State Harley-Davidson. Sara is putting her education to work. What will you do?