Students with disabilities, who need accommodations, call the Academic Skills Center at 277-5221.
Career Services provides students with the most up–to-date career information and services in a supportive environment which will assist them in making good decisions in selecting a major field of study and a career choice that suits the student’s personality, strengths and interests.
Freshman year is the ideal time to begin the career development and planning process. Whether you are sure of what you want to do after graduation, or are just beginning to think about choosing a career path, Career Service is here to assist you.
Contact Princess Metuge, the Career Advisor at 401-277-5015 or firstname.lastname@example.org; Room125.
Having trouble paying for your books? We may be able to help!
Reminder: Always ask the professor if they have put the required books on reserve in the library.
Your CCE Student Government Board has provided funding to purchase and lend books to CCE students in need. The Book Loan Program is located in the Student Services Office, room 125.
- This is a small program with very limited resources, and operates on a first come, first served basis.
- You can make book requests no sooner than 2 weeks before class begins for the semester.
- Book loans are made for one semester only.
- If you do not return the book(s) you borrow, you will not be eligible to borrow any additional books.
- Loans are made to CCE students only.
Contact Student Services in Room 125, or 401-277-5000 for more information.
When school has become stressful or you just need someone to talk to, you will find other students, like yourself, waiting to help you. Students often find it difficult to juggle school, family, and work. Our Peer Mentors are here to help you. You can call 277-5000 to make an appointment or just drop in.
Build better study skills, cope with juggling multiple roles and responsibilities, time management, test anxiety and changing relationships. We also advocate for student issues and concerns. Choose career goals and methods of achieving them.
All Conversations Are Confidential
If you have complaints or unresolved concerns, do not hesitate to come in to our office. We will do our best to resolve your issues.
These are offered at Room 125. Princess Metuge can assist you with finding a volunteer or an internship placement which can be beneficial for your future career.
Student Services has a listing of all activities on the URI/CCE campus. You can also register here for campus activities open to students.
URI Student Handbook – The University of Rhode Island has put together a student manual that outlines all of the policies of the university as it pertains to students.
Graduate Student Manual – The Graduate Student Manual sets forth policies and regulations as approved by the Graduate Council governing graduate students at URI.
The University Manual – The official policies and regulations of the University are listed in the University Manual
The Providence Prism is a monthly e-newsletter that highlights students, student work, campus and community events, and other items of interest to students. It is emailed to all students taking classes at the Providence campus that semester. To sign up to receive theProvidence Prism, email Amy Folz, the Evening Coordinator, at email@example.com.