|Full-Time Annual Tuition||Mandatory Fees*||Total|
Information about meal plan options and costs can be found on the Dining Services site.
Information about housing options and costs can be found on the Housing and Residential Life site.
*Mandatory Fees Include:
|Mandatory Fees per academic year (full time students enrolled in 12+ credits)||Fall/Spring|
|Student Services Fee||$ 1,030|
|Health Services Fee||$ 524|
|Technology Fee||$ 176|
|Registration Fee||$ 60|
|Total Annual Mandatory Fees||$ 1,790|
Student Services Fee: The student services fee of $515 per semester covers the cost of the Memorial Union, transportation, Fitness and Wellness Center, and capital projects. In addition, the fee paid by undergraduate students supports the Student Senate for a wide variety of student programs and activities.
Health Services Fee: A health services fee of $262 per semester is mandatory for all full-time undergraduate students admitted to a Kingston degree program, and is optional for students admitted to a Providence degree program. All international students are assessed this fee regardless of degree program or credit load. Part-time, matriculating students who choose to receive their health care at URI Health Services can be assessed this fee upon request, as well as the student accident/sickness insurance fee (which may be waived with proof of comparable coverage). The health fee covers the cost of the following:
- routine office visits with URI staff providers (the full cost of visits if insurance does not cover the cost and/or co-pay expenses in situations where insurance covers a portion)
- ambulance/emergency transport services (by URI EMS),
- pharmacy (most over-the-counter medicines, small co-pay for prescriptions for acute care, medications for chronic conditions at 50 percent of cost)
- administrative services provided at Health Services
- health education.
Technology Fee: This fee is mandatory for all students. The technology fee covers the cost of various University technology expenses. The fee is $88 per semester for full-time students and $7 per credit for part time students.
Accident/Sickness Insurance Fee: It is URI policy that full-time students have current health insurance to provide coverage for unexpected health care issues that are not covered by the Student Health Services fee. This fee may be waived if you have comparable coverage in another plan. Waivers are submitted online through e-campus: health.uri.edu
Transcript Fee: A transcript fee of $45 will be assessed to all students in their first semester of enrollment at the University.
Document Fee: All newly matriculated students will be charged a one-time fee of $110 for graduation documents.
Communications Fee: A communications fee of $89 per semester is assessed to students who reside in one of the University’s residence halls, suites, or apartments.
New Student Orientation Fee: The fee for new student orientation program is $220. The student orientation fee is used to pay for all orientation materials, housing, and meals for new students. This charge is billed by the New Student Programs Office when students register for their orientation sessions. For further details, visit: web.uri.edu/newstudent/
Credit Overload Fee: A credit overload fee will be charged to all matriculated undergraduate students who register and/or enroll in excess of 19 credits. This fee is equivalent to the per-credit rate given for part-time undergraduate students. Matriculated graduate students who register and/or enroll in excess of 15 credits will be billed at the per-credit rate given for part-time graduate students.
Academic Program Fees:
|Academic Program Fees per semester (full time students enrolled in 12+ credits)|
|Pharmaceutical Science (years 3-4)||$ 1,375|
|Pharm D (years 3-6)||$ 3,250|
Engineering: Undergraduate engineering students pay a program fee of $510 per semester as a full-time student, and $43 per credit as a part-time student.
Nursing: Undergraduate nursing students pay a program fee of $800 per semester as a full-time student, and $67 per credit as a part-time student, commencing in their second year.
Pharmacy: Undergraduate pharmaceutical sciences students pay a program fee of $1,375 per semester commencing in their third year. Pharm D students pay a program fee of $3,250 per semester commencing in their third year.
Music Fee: Students taking applied music courses, except for composition, are charged an additional fee of $400 for a one-credit course (half hour of a private lesson per week) and $800 for courses offering two, three, four, or six credits (one hour of a private lesson per week). Applied music courses for which students are charged an additional fee are MUS 110, 210, 310, 410, and 510.
Course Fee: A course fee may be charged for certain undergraduate and graduate courses. The fee is $25 for a Tier I course, $55 for a Tier II course, and $75 for a Tier III course. Please check the class notes to determine which fee applies.