First-Year Student Orientation
Welcome to the University of Rhode Island!
We offer 8 sessions of first-year student orientation. Each session is 2-days (includes overnight stay). You must pay your enrollment deposit before you can register for orientation and there will be a delay of at least 2 business days between your deposit posting to e-campus and the orientation registration portal being available to you.
You can register for orientation here.
The fee for the student orientation program is $200, and the fee for the family orientation program is $35 per person. You must registration for orientation by May 29, 2015.
2015 Orientation Dates
Session 1: June 4-5 (Th-Fr)
Session 2: June 8-9 (Mo-Tu)
Session 3: June 11-12 (Th-Fr)
Session 4: June 15-16 (Mo-Tu)
Session 5: June 18-19 (Th-Fr)
Session 6: June 22-23 (Mo-Tu)
Session 7: June 25-26 (Th-Fr)
Session 8: June 29-30 (Mo-Tu)
New Student Orientation FAQ: Answers to common question about Rhody Orientation.
Social Media: Connect with us through Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook!
Math Placement Information: All students will take a proctored math placement exam at orientation. *If you have a disability and require a time extension on the Math Placement test during orientation, please contact Disability Services for Students with your Psychological/Educational Testing or medical documentation BEFORE your orientation session begins. Staff in Disability Services will certify your accommodation need(s) to the Math Department so you will be given the extra time during that session. Disability Services can be reached at 401-874-2098 or email@example.com
Family Orientation: We offer a popular 2-day family orientation program that occurs at the same time as student orientation.
Early-Arrival: Information about arriving early to orientation due to distance from URI.
Frequently Asked Questions for First-Year Students: Answers to frequently asked questions.
Housing at URI: For more information about housing at URI
URI Common Reading Program: Learn about the program and this year’s book.
Books and Computers: URI Bookstore and RAM Computer Store.
Disability Services for Students (DSS): For support to achieve academic success.
Honors Program: Offers learning enrichment opportunities that will broaden and enhance your undergraduate educational experience.