Crossings Yearbook

Crossings Yearbook captures life at Roger Williams University in a quick snapshot of the past academic year.

Every story featured in Crossings aims to celebrate the present so that you can remember the past. It is our sincere hope that years from your graduation, you will crack open the spine of your yearbook to a series of stories and photos that will make you laugh and sigh in delight.

The Crossings Yearbook is created by a group of students whom seek to provide an official historical record of life at Roger Williams University.

We’re your yearbook!

Crossings Yearbook Prices 2016-2017

 3 Things You Should Know About Crossings Yearbook

 Buy the Package! The package is a HUGE savings! It includes your senior portrait sitting fee ($15), the yearbook ($90), and the yearbook’s free shirt.  The Package is $75!! – a savings of $30: You can purchase the Package any time before the last April date of the portraits at

It’s mailed in late September. The yearbook includes Commencement, and it takes about another month or so to get all the pages designed, edited and approved before going to print.  It will be mailed to your home once it is ready for shipment.

We focus on SENIORS! There are a lot of activities that take place during the academic year and Crossings Yearbook covers a breath of those happenings.  But the majority of the pictures and stories in the yearbook feature members of the senior class as this is their year and their book.  We highlight their experiences.


            March 28 through March 31, 2017:

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            April 5 and April 6, 2017:

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We are always looking for more people to join our staff. Even if you do not have previous yearbook experience but enjoy taking photos, doing some feature writing, management, or design, we would love to have you. To become a member of the Crossings staff, please contact Adrianne Harris, Assistant Director of Student Programs & Leadership at and visit Crossings Yearbook on Facebook