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 Salve Regina delivers its pre-med program within the context of a liberal arts education. I was always more of a science and math person, but that emphasis on the human elements of medicine has informed and deepened my professional bearing as a physician​. 

Dr. Bianca Thorpe ’06, family physician, Prima CARE​

The best thing about Salve Regina’s small-school setting is the relationships you can build. I’ve connected with so many people that I wouldn’t have met otherwise. From day one, I’ve felt an energy that tells me this is where I belong.

Alex Marcinkiewicz '23, music major​

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Gilberto Grave ’23, a health care administration major with a minor in health services, has worked to serve and advocate for others from a young age. He has since brought that tenacity to the University’s campus, as well as into the health care profession, where he has taken on roles of service and advocacy in a variety of ways.

Salve Success: Gilberto Grave ’23, health care administration major with minor in health services

Ryan Alleyne ’21 (M.S.), an international student from Barbados, has done what many couldn’t pull off. He’s completed two master’s programs simultaneously—one at the Naval War College and other here at Salve Regina. And he did it all in one year.

Graduate student from Barbados received two master’s degrees while in Newport

From presenting at an international psychology conference to helping at-risk teens avoid suicide to late nights editing works of poetry — Jane Greenip ’22, who is currently pursuing a major in psychology with a minor in creative writing, works diligently to balance her love of both the arts and psychology.

Salve Success: Jane Greenip ’22, psychology major and creative writing minor