multicultural center

74 Lower College Road, Kingston, RI 02881 – 401.874.2851

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Multicultural Center


The Multicultural Center is a place dedicated to developing a supportive and inclusive campus
culture across the boundaries of culture, identity, and discipline. Celebrating unity in diversity,

the Multicultural Center invites all of its students, faculty, staff, administrators, alumni, and
other friends to join in its work in creating a community of learners within and beyond URI.

Check what’s going on in the Multicultural Center by visiting our “events calendar” on the right.

Want to reserve a room? Check out our calendar on the right hand side and click the “Reserve a Room” tab.

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Need a place to study?
Come use the Multicultural Center student lounge located on the second floor. There are desks to do
work or if you’re feeling the need to rest, we also have very comfortable couches. The student lounge is designated for students of the university to use.

Check out the Honors Colloguium: Cybersecurity & Privacy

The public is invited to attend this series of free events in person or online.

Time: Evenings,7:30 p.m.
Date: September – December 2014
Place: Edwards Auditorium, URI Kingston Campus

For more information, visit their page here.


YouTalk: World’s Strictest Parents


Come join us to watch clips from the “World’s Strictest Parents” series on YouTube where unruly teenagers are sent abroad to live with strict families in an experiment to find out the right way to bring up a child. We’ll be watching these videos and talking about strict parents and your experience growing up with your own parents. Come watch videos and share your perspectives and experiences!!

Check out the videos here.

Thursday, April 24th 2014
Hardge Forum



Study and Snack Session


Need a place to study?
Use the Multicultural Center during the two Reading Days to study/prepare for finals. Snacks will be provided to keep you fortified.

Hardge Forum
April 30th 2pm-9pm, 2014

May 1st 9am-9pm



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