College of the Environment and Life Sciences

Education, Experience, Excellence for the 21st Century

Current Students

 
As a student in the College of the Environment and Life Sciences (CELS), you have a variety of resources available to you. For a majority of your academic issues or concerns, you may need to visit the CELS Office of Student Affairs located in CBLS building. This office handles academic issues related to graduation, academic advising, prior approval for off-campus study, transfer credits, and other college and university procedures. Please take a moment to review our website and the online resources. This may save you a trip to the Center for Biotechnology and Life Sciences.

If you are a CELS student who is still in University College (that is, you have yet to earn 30 credits with a GPA above 2.0), please visit their website for academic advising and other resources.

Undergraduate Programs

Learn more about CELS rewarding Undergraduate experience and available resources.

Student Forms and Procedures

Find out about transferring to URI from another institution.

Curriculum Sheets

Students should meet with their academic advisor and fill in their curriculum sheet each semester to track their progress while earning a degree.

Student Clubs

Join our student clubs and participate in all fun activities.

Graduate Education

Learn more about CELS rewarding Graduate experience and available resources.

Graduation Information

Are you planning to graduate? Find all the information related to graduation here.

Science & Engineering Fellows Program

Many students enrolled at URI excel in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).

FAQ's

Find out about transferring to URI from another institution.

Academic Advising

Scholarships may be able to help pay for college and make choosing a college a simpler process.

Financial Aid

Financial Aid can guide you in finding a way to pay for college.

CELS Scholarships

CELS Scholarships The College proudly offers a number of scholarships to support the work of its students. These funds come from private endowments as well as from state and federally supported programs.

Residence Life & Dining Services

Find out about on-campus living and dining options available to all students. Incoming freshmen are required to live on campus their first year.
 
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