Wildlife Society to Host Presentation

The Rio Student Chapter of The Wildlife Society is hosting a presentation by Joe Martin, feral swine specialist with USDA APHIS Wildlife Services. The presentation will focus on wild hogs in Ohio. The program will highlight the environmental impacts, techniques, and...

Freshman Awarded Archon Family Scholarship

The University of Rio Grande and Rio Grande Community College remains an important part of its alumni’s lives. To give back to future students, one fraternity has created a scholarship for relatives of former members. Rio Freshmen Zane Robertson from London, Ohio, is...

Deadline Set for Chemistry Academic Excellence Scholarship

The University of Rio Grande School of Mathematics and Natural Sciences is accepting applications for the Chemistry Academic Excellence Scholarship. The application deadline for the scholarship is Wednesday, November 1, 2017. Chemistry and Physics Program Coordinator...

Rio Hosts Annual Employee and Family Picnic

The University of Rio Grande and Rio Grande Community College faculty and staff dedicate long hours to providing students with high quality education. To give these employees a chance to relax, Rio hosted its annual Employee and Family Picnic. This year’s event...

DMS Students Top National Exam Scores

The University of Rio Grande and Rio Grande Community College School of Health and Behavioral Sciences is proud to announce its Diagnostic Medical Sonography program graduates have exceeded the national average for the field’s credential exams. The score statistics,...

Daniel Carroll – Fall 2017 Spotlight on Student Success

Daniel Carroll is a senior English major from Liverpool, England.  He will graduate in May 2018. What are your plans after graduation? I would like to do an MA in Philosophy. Did you grow up with siblings or pets? Two sisters (one older, one younger), and a dog named...

Rio Celebrates Heritage with Founders Day 2017

University of Rio Grande and Rio Grande Community College has achieved several accomplishments since first opening in 1876. To commemorate the dedication put into building and opening the institution, and the people who have helped it to thrive along the way, Rio...

R U OK? Day To Be Held September 14

National ‘R U OK? Day’ is Thursday, September 14. Student Affairs is asking students, staff, and faculty to wear yellow next Thursday in an effort to raise mental health awareness on our campus. It’s a national day of action and a reminder to regularly check in...

Rio Joins State Wide Initiative for Hurricane Relief

The University of Rio Grande and Rio Grande Community College are teaming up with institutions throughout Ohio and stepping up to do their part and show support for those affected by Hurricane Harvey. The effort to rally students from Ohio’s 52 independent colleges to...

William Plants-Fall 2017 Spotlight on Faculty Success

How did you choose a career in History?  My parents both have a great love of history, thus I got a double dose of this like in my genetics.  As a young boy, I was fascinated about times now past and ancient creatures (such as dinosaurs).  If not for my asthma, I...