We would enjoy meeting you and having the opportunity to share with you the engaging learning experience that you can receive only at The University of Rhode Island College of Pharmacy. We offer four ways to visit, each tailored to create the best campus experience. Take a look at our student profiles to get a feel for us before you visit.
|Event Details||Admission Information Session||College Information Session|
|Who||Prospective Students||Prospective Students|
|When||Calendar||September 22, 1pm
October 6, 1pm
October 27, 1pm
November 10, 1pm
December 1, 1pm
|Where||Calendar||Room 130 in Avedisian Hall|
|Pharmacy College Tour|
|Meet an Admission Officer|
|Meet Pharmacy Students|
Admission Information Session
The University’s Admission Information Session provides an overview of our academic, living and social opportunities. Led by an admissions professional, you’ll learn important details about the University’s application process. Check the Admission website for dates.
College Of Pharmacy Prospective Student Information Session
These sessions are especially designed for prospective students and their families who are exploring their college options. Faculty/staff from the Office of Student and Academic Affairs lead these informal, interactive sessions, which provide an overview of the college and an opportunity to ask questions.
The University’s annual fall Open House event provides a more comprehensive opportunity than a college information session for prospective students and their families to learn about the institution and the college. At this event you can meet our faculty and students and also representatives from departments and organizations across campus. Check the Admission website for dates.
URI Welcome Day (for admitted students, by invitation only)
The University’s annual spring Welcome Days event event provides admitted students with the most comprehensive visit experience. During this event you can meet our faculty and students and also representatives from departments and organizations across campus. In addition, tours of the College of Pharmacy’s Avedisian Hall are available. Admitted students are invited by the University Admission Office to this event.