At the University of Rhode Island, we understand that in order to make a fully-informed decision about where to attend college, you need to learn as much about financing your education as you do about the opportunities our university offers.
Annual, full-time costs for 2017-2018
|Tuition and Fees||Undergraduate(12-19 credits)|
|Out-of-state / International||$30,042|
|Average Room and Meal Plan**||$12,452|
|Out-of-state / International||$42,464|
For a complete listing of URI tuition and fees including graduate, per-credit, and more, please visit http://web.uri.edu/enrollment/tuition-and-fees/
All costs are estimated and do not include health insurance that may be waived.
* The New England Board of Higher Education Regional Student Program provides discounted tuition to New England residents for a select group of majors. Learn more at nebhe.org or see the New England Regional Tuition program. Note: Tuition and fees are estimated and subject to change.
** Based on standard housing and meal plans.
Understanding Financial Aid
Attention students applying for admission for fall 2017: You may file the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) beginning October 1, 2016. You will be required to use income data from 2015. Learn more about these important FAFSA changes.
Our admission application deadlines will remain the same (12/1 for Early Action and 2/1 for regular admission). We will begin to notify Early Action applicants of their decisions in mid-January, with rolling admission decisions after that (through end of March). Merit scholarship notification will be included in the acceptance package, and financial aid awards will be sent in early to mid-March.
Information on residency policies, deposits, and merit-based scholarships
- Think you may be eligible for in-state tuition? Review the Rhode Island Residency Policy.
- Interested in which majors qualify for the New England Regional Tuition program?
Review the New England Regional Program.
- Here’s what you need to know about: