Faculty and Staff

  • We welcome the opportunity to be of service to our community. We offer strengths-based leadership development, team building (student and professional), challenge course group development, bias prevention,  alcohol 101, health education, CPR & first aid courses plus much more. If you’d like to partner with the Division of Student Affairs, please contact us as at web.uri.edu/student-affairs/ask-student-affairs.

  • URI Campus Recreation MembershipEmployees of The University of Rhode Island, as well as their partners and dependents, are eligible to purchase memberships to use Campus Recreation facilities.  Memberships can be purchase for 1, 3, 6, or 12 months and are specific to the facility being used.  All memberships also include group exercise classes held within the facility.  Members also receive discounted rates for programs including swim lessons and safety & leadership certification classes.  Please visit the member services desk at the Mackal Field House or Anna Fascitelli Fitness & Wellness Center for information or to sign up.  http://web.uri.edu/campusrec/membership/

  • Early Alert Services are part of New Student Programs, and are intended to help students when an intervention of support is needed.  In collaboration with other campus support services, we reach out to students to provide individual guidance and help create strategies to address whatever issues may be of concern.  Students may need only one meeting with our staff, or may need continuing support. Either way, we are here to help. http://web.uri.edu/earlyalert/referral-form/

  • Our mission is to provide comprehensive meeting planning services to URI faculty and staff for the delivery of noncredit programs to a diverse audience. Conferences, workshops, seminars, short courses, and training programs are the activities we produce with our faculty, staff, and/or clients from off-campus. http://web.uri.edu/meeturi-cspd/

    Email:URI.CSPD@gmail.com

  • Need Space for your conference, banquet or special event? Schedule your venue online at http://muevents.uri.edu/virtualems/

  • Catering at URI
    From grand gala formals to backyard barbecues to boxed lunches to-go, we do it all! Start here to review our menus and locations, then contact us to discuss your event. We can tailor options to fit your exact needs. http://web.uri.edu/catering/

    Ryan Center Catering
    Welcome to a spectacular season of sports and entertainment at the Thomas M. Ryan Center, where fans and special event guests alike enjoy exciting entertainment and event action. The University Of Rhode Island Dining Service’s Catering Department, is proud to be the exclusive provider for the center including full-service options for luxury suite holders. We are serious about maintaining our reputation for marvelous cuisine, refined style and inspired service – so our suite catering team will do whatever it takes to create one memorable entertainment experience after another, for you and your guests. Let our experience and expertise make this the best season, through top–quality menus and customized catering services. Please ask us about special event catering at the Thomas M. Ryan Center, where special events do come alive.
    http://web.uri.edu/dining/files/ryancenter.pdf

  • Check out our Ram Account and Flex Plans

    The Ram Account provides a convenient, safe and efficient system for making purchases from participating vendors. You can check your balance at anytime and additional money can be added to your account throughout the semester. Why carry cash?

    Flex Plans are ideal for faculty and staff, may be purchased at anytime during the semester.

  • The Campus Copy & Design Sign shop is located on the first floor of the Memorial Union Building near the Ram Snack Shack. We offer to students, faculty and staff a convenient on-campus source for their copying and large format printing needs.
    Visit: http://campusstore.uri.edu/SiteText.aspx?id=29980

  • The Community Standards and Student Conduct system pertain to all part-time and full-time students; graduate and undergraduate; matriculating and non-matriculating; to newly admitted students; and to students participating in exchange programs or cooperative programs on University of Rhode Island campuses.

    While these standards pertain primarily to the University campus, it should be noted that the University has the same high expectations of students’ off campus activity. Off-campus conduct may also be subject to University jurisdiction (see Section 12). If there is debate as to the meaning of any Handbook regulations or procedures, the Vice President of Student Affairs will provide the final interpretation in consultation with the University Ombuds. http://web.uri.edu/studentconduct/university-student-handbook/

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