Office of Student Affairs
The Office of Student Affairs provides the support and resources needed to be successful in the College of Nursing. We offer information on academic curriculum and policies, student life, and student resources. The Office of Student Affairs is located on the second floor of White Hall. Students are welcome to stop by or contact our offices directly with any questions or concerns they may have.
Our Student Resources page offers all of the information needed on policies and procedures within the College of Nursing such as: clinical, health, and academic policies, important forms, and campus resources.
Additional questions can be directed to the College of Nursing Office of Student Affairs on the second floor of White Hall.
Living and Learning Community (LLC)
LLCs are located in designated residence halls and are intended to give students the opportunity to become part of a unique experience, with programs to support the interests of the community members. In an LLC students will have the opportunity to experience a more personal way of learning! Learn more about our Living and Learning Community here.
Meet Our Students
Learn about our students and see what makes being a nursing major at URI special through our student spotlights.
Alpha Tau Delta: Alpha Tau Delta is a professional nursing organization committed to providing an intra-fraternal spirit of cooperation by offering an opportunity for nurses and nursing students to promote their personal and intellectual growth through education, networking, scholarships, guidance, and a collective responsibility to the fraternity. Alpha Tau Delta seeks to achieve an environment that fosters excellence of individual performance, advancement of education, character enrichment, and leadership.
To find out more about Alpha Tau Delta, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Multicultural Student Nurse Association: The Multicultural Student Nurse Association (MSNA) is a student group open to all individuals within the College of Nursing. MSNA coordinates many programs throughout the semester to help educate the campus community on the experience of marginalized communities in the nursing profession. Additionally, MSNA focuses on health disparities and issues specific to people of color in the health care field. MSNA also acts as a space where students can come together, share their experiences and bridge connections between the College of Nursing and the University as a whole. Please contact email@example.com for more information!
Student Nurse Ambassadors: The Nursing Ambassador Program at the College of Nursing, is a volunteer group of outstanding student leaders who provide outreach to prospective students and guests at the University. Nursing ambassadors also attend special events on behalf of the University. Nursing Ambassadors participate in a variety of recruitment activities both on and off campus. Ambassadors provide presence and assistance at formal College events where student representation is needed.
To learn more about becoming a Nursing Ambassador, contact the College of Nursing at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Student Nurses Association of URI (SNA): The Student Nurse Association (SNA) is a professional nursing fraternity that represents students preparing for the future as professional nurses. The association engages in a shared governance approach that encourages health related discussions, health advocacy and interdisciplinary collaboration among students across the university. Please contact the SNA by email at email@example.com for more information.
URI Student Organizations: There are involvement opportunities for every student at URI! Check out the list of over 100 student clubs and organizations here.
Do you want to help children and families in need? Do you want to enhance your skills as a professional by experiencing different communities and cultures? Do you want to earn credit while you do that? We have the perfect opportunity for you:
The Office of International Education and The College of Nursing have collaborated to give students the opportunity to spend two weeks in the Dominican Republic providing community service, promoting health and health education in a prenatal clinic, senior center, nutrition center, head start program and various villages. More information on the trip can be found here.