Current students: You can find information about academic advising here:
If you will be joining us for spring 2017, you will have two options for academic advising.
Option 1: Contact your Department Chair or designated person from your department (See below).
Option 2: Attend Spring Advising Day on Friday, January, 20th. Check back for more information.
Points of Contact for Transfer Students
Undeclared/Exploring: University College for Academic Success, 401.874.2993
College of Arts and Sciences: Use this list to find the appropriate contact for you major: Arts and Sciences Spring 2017
Feinstein College of Education and Professional Studies: Tammy Warner, Assistant Dean, email@example.com, 401. 277.5039
College of the Environment and Life Sciences: Use this list to find the appropriate contact for you major: CELS Chairs 2017
College of Engineering: Assistant Dean, Jared Abdirkin, firstname.lastname@example.org, 401.874.5985
College of Health Sciences: Use this list to find the appropriate contact for you major: Health Sciences Chairs Spring 2017
College of Nursing (only those accepted as Nursing):
For UC-Nursing students, contact Michaela Delaney, email@example.com, 401-874-5305
For RN to BS Nursing students, contact firstname.lastname@example.org, 401-874-5304
College of Pharmacy (only those accepted as Pharmacy): Michael Lambert, Academic Advisor, email@example.com, 401.874.5201
Important Information for Transfer Students
Transfer Resource Center: A resource that can help connect you to important resources at URI.
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