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Dual Enrollment Program

Dual Enrollment Program
  • What is the Dual Enrollment Program at URI?

    The Dual Enrollment Program at the University of Rhode Island offers high school students the chance to study college level courses on the URI campus and receive college credit for their efforts. Students benefit by the opportunity to address the challenges of college level curricula with their high school teachers. Interested students should contact their high school guidance counselor about enrolling in a URI course.


    This program is designed for motivated students, typically juniors and seniors, who seek to get a head start on college credit and who are looking to be challenged academically while in high school. Students are expected to have a 3.0 minimum high school GPA and will need to meet any URI pre-requisites for open courses.

    How Do Students Register for Courses?

    In order to register for your URI/HS class you will first need to complete an online non-matriculating student form. Non-matric form.

    Upon completion of this form, you will now have an official URI student account. You can enroll in a URI class through your student account in the URI eCampus system.

    Please view this webpage for further instructions on how to do this http://web.uri.edu/enrollment/registration-help/

    For Fall enrollment, you must complete the registration process NO LATER THAN by Tuesday, September 22, 2015.

    Upon course completion, a grade is recorded on your official URI transcript. At the end of the URI semester, you must request that an official transcript be sent to your high school guidance counselor if you expect your high school to count this class and grade towards your high school transcript. All official transcript requests can be made online through eCampus.

    If you decide that you want to withdraw your enrollment from a URI class, you must do so before Thursday, October 1, 2015 otherwise a “W” will be recorded on your official URI transcript.

    Credits will carry over when you enroll at URI, or they may transfer to one of the many colleges or universities that accept URI credits. More information regarding course transfers among the public higher education institutions can be found at ritranfers.org.

    What is the Cost?

    Course Costs:

    • The dual enrollment course cost is the regular tuition cost for non-matriculating students.
    • Governor Raimondo’s Prepare RI Dual Enrollment Fund will provide funding for every qualifying student to take college courses from Rhode Island’s public postsecondary institutions as part of their high school requirements at no cost to the student or family.
    • Credits will carry over when you enroll at URI, or they may transfer to one of the many colleges or universities that accept URI credits.

    Contact Information:


    Office of Special Programs
    John O’Leary
    Director – Special Programs
    CCE / Special Programs
    joleary@uri.edu, 401-277-5054

    Concurrent/Dual Enrollment Course Inquiries
    General: Christine P. Dolan
    christine@uri.edu, 401-277-5388.

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