Student Life Resources

  • Roosevelt Hall at the University of Rhode Island.

    Roosevelt Hall at the University of Rhode Island.

    Calendar of Events
    Go here to view the Calendar of Events.

    Department of Athletics and Recreation
    The University of Rhode Island Department of Athletics and Recreation offers 22 intercollegiate sports (12 women and 10 for men) and 17 club sports programs. Rhode Island is a member of the Atlantic 10 Conference and NCAA Division I (Division I-AA for football).

    Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender Center
    Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender (GLBT) Center at the University of Rhode Island strives to create a welcoming and safe environment for people of all sexual orientations and gender identities.

    Greek Life
    The Greek community at the University of Rhode Island is comprised of 20 organizations, including 11 men’s groups (fraternities) and 9 women’s groups (sororities). There are over 1,100 active members, which account for approximately 10% of the total University undergraduate population!

    Student Organizations
    You can find out a listing of all student organizations and clubs at URI here.

  • Online Resources
    Roosevelt Hall at the University of Rhode Island.

    Roosevelt Hall at the University of Rhode Island.

    Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender Center
    Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender (GLBT) Center at the University of Rhode Island strives to create a welcoming and safe environment for people of all sexual orientations and gender identities.

    Multicultural Center
    The URI Multicultural Center (MCC) is a place dedicated to developing a supportive and inclusive campus culture across the boundaries of culture, identity, and discipline. Celebrating unity in diversity, the Multicultural Center invites all of it’s students, faculty, staff, administrators, alumni, and other friends to join in its work in creating a community of learners within and beyond URI.

    Religious Life
    The URI Chaplains Association is a body of religious professionals at the University of Rhode Island, who, in addition to serving their own faith communities, work together to foster dialogue, understanding and respect among peoples of different faiths and traditions.

    Women’s Center
    The URI Women’s Center works to create an educational and work environment rich in visible role models and free of sexual bias and inequities. By developing and supporting women’s abilities and showcasing their talents, the Women’s Center assists all University women in reaching their full potential.

    Women’s Studies
    Women’s studies seeks to identify, understand, and challenge ideologies and institutions that knowingly or unknowingly oppress and exploit some for the advantage of others, or deny fundamental human rights. Thus, women’s studies envisions a world in which all persons can develop their fullest potential.

  • Roosevelt Hall at the University of Rhode Island.

    Roosevelt Hall at the University of Rhode Island.

    Department of Housing and Residential Life
    University of Rhode Island students are invited to live, learn, and connect in our on-campus residential communities. We welcome the opportunity to provide our students with a home away from home that is convenient and immediately accessible to all resources and activities offered on the Kingston campus.

    Go here to learn more about Dept. of Housing and Residential Life..

    Undergraduate Housing Options
    The University of Rhode Island offers several on-campus living options. Most First Year students reside in “freshman focused” traditional residence halls, some of which include Living and Learning Communities.

    Go here to learn more about Undergraduate Housing.

  • Roosevelt Hall at the University of Rhode Island.

    Roosevelt Hall at the University of Rhode Island.

    Division of Student Affairs
    The URI Division of Student Affairs fosters students’ individual and interpersonal development, contributing to their success as learners both in and out of the classroom by:

    • Creating a diverse, safe, and supportive community
    • Empowering students to become effective citizens and leaders
    • Celebrating achievements and independence

    Go here to learn more about the Division of Student Affairs.