The Academic Enhancement Center is one part of a large URI network that works to help students succeed. Below you will find additional information regarding other resources and services available to students.
Tutoring Offered Outside the AEC
The College of Business offers its own in-house tutoring.
SP18 College of Business Tutoring Schedule (last updated 2/8/17)
The Chemistry Department runs a Chemistry Learning Center staffed by lab TAs. This is the best place to go for help with lab reports or projects. They are located in Beaupre Hall, room 115.
The Foreign Language Department offers tutoring for students learning Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, and Spanish. Tutoring is generally held in Swan Hall, and schedules are typically determined course-by-course.
This schedule is maintained by the foreign language department; check back for an updated schedule!
In addition to the math services offered at the AEC, the Math Department offers additional course-specific tutoring for certain subjects each semester. Spring 2018: offering for MTH 101, 103, 111, 131, 141, and 142 on both the Kingston and Providence Campus.
Other Helpful Resources
Here you’ll find the information and services you need to transition into college life, understand all of your degree options, make choices that are right for you, find academic support, and connect your major with your career and life goals.
For more information about Advising: Call 401.874.2993 or visit Roosevelt Hall, room 117.
LINK to the Advising website: https://web.uri.edu/advising/services/
The URI Counseling Center provides services to enhance the personal, academic, emotional, social, and life planning effectiveness of students. These services may include crisis intervention, individual counseling, group counseling, referrals for psychiatric assessment, and mental health screening. The Center also assists the University community in creating and maintaining a learning environment conducive to psychological and educational development.
For more information about the Counseling Center: Call 401.874.2288 or visit Roosevelt Hall, room 217.
LINK to the Counseling Center website: https://web.uri.edu/counseling/
Center for Career and Experiential Education (CCEE):
The CCEE engages students and alumni in a high quality personal and professional educational experience, from admission through employment. Our team of career and internship advisers offers self assessments, searching and networking strategies, resume development and internship information sessions. We provide opportunities to explore a variety of occupations and gain practical experience by doing an internship or service learning while earning credit. Our mission is to help you discover your strengths, develop the tools for networking and job searching and to assist you to reach your career objectives. Our success is defined by your success, and we are here to help on your journey from here to career.
For more information about CCEE: Call 401.874.2311 or visit them in Roosevelt Hall on the First Floor South Wing
CCEE website: https://web.uri.edu/career/
Disability Services for Students, in the Dean of Students Office, works with students and all units of URI to foster an inclusive, welcoming, and accessible environment. We work with you, our students, to support your academic success, independence, and self-advocacy.
For more information about Disability Services: Call 401.874.2098 or visit them in Memorial Union 302.
Disability Service website: https://web.uri.edu/disability/
Gender and Sexuality Center:
The Gender and Sexuality Center prides itself on providing Education, Engagement, and Support for the URI campus community and beyond. Education programs allow the entire URI community explore concepts related to LGBTQ people and issues. Engagement programs provide an opportunity for people to meet and create meaningful relationships with each other. Finally, support programs give students, faculty, and staff a place and time to receive and offer the benefit of community support for whatever issues our community members encounter.
For more information about the Gender and Sexuality Center: Call 401.874.2894 or visit them at 19 Upper College Road.
Gender and Sexuality Center website: https://web.uri.edu/gender-sexuality/
The URI Women’s Center partners with others in the URI community to provide an empowering space which promotes social justice for every member of the community, regardless of gender, gender identity, body, ability, sexual orientation, race, spirituality, and ethnicity. Community members are encouraged to engage and foster continual dialogue on gender and issues that disproportionately affect woman-identified persons and their allies. By developing, supporting, and advocating woman-identified persons’ abilities, talents, values and diverse identities, the URI Women’s Center supports all university students, faculty and staff in expanding their positive potential, agency and life experience.
For more information about The Women’s Center: Call 401.874.2097 or visit them at 22 Upper College Road.
Women’s Center website: https://web.uri.edu/womenscenter/