Our students are both leaders and partners in their own academic success. Utilizing DAI approved, reasonable accommodations, engaging in self-care, responsible management and participation in treatment, and connecting with the numerous academic resources available at URI are key components to reaching your goals.
Listed below are campus and off-campus resources for URI students:
Colleges, Schools, and Departments
- University College for Academic Success
- College of Arts and Sciences
- College of Business
- Alan Shawn Feinstein College of Education and Professional Studies
- College of Engineering
- College of the Environment and Life Sciences
- College of Health Sciences
- College of Nursing
- College of Pharmacy
- Graduate School
Academic Enhancement Center
The Academic Enhancement Center (AEC) was created to help students invest in their academic success, with learning support programs and services to empower students to become more skillful and successful. The AEC offers unique resources including 3 forms of tutoring in the STEM disciplines – weekly tutoring groups, occasional sessions, and a drop-in center to provide assistance in challenging STEM courses. The Undergraduate Writing Center provides individual and group support for students in all disciplines, at all stages of the writing process. The Graduate Writing Center provides graduate-level writing support to all URI doctoral and masters’ students. They work to assist in the continuation of students’ development of academic and professional writing skills. AEC also offers Academic Skills consultations, UCS 160: Success in Higher Education, a one-credit, graded, online course that helps students develop a strategic approach to learning and studying in college, and a Study Your Way To Success Web Portal with videos, web articles, tip sheets, and activities for the best strategies available about learning and studying in college.
Other On-Campus Tutoring Resources
Other On-Campus Tutoring Resources includes writing, math and science tutoring at the Academic Skills Center at the URI Providence campus, a Chemistry Learning Center staffed by lab TAs, tutoring for students learning Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, and Spanish in Swan Hall, office hours by course TAs to provide support for students in NFS 207 and 210, and more opportunities in Physics and Pharmacy.
Information Technology Services
Brightspace is the learning management system for courses at URI, where students can
- access course documents and syllabi
- participate in message board discussions
- submit assignments
- take tests
- view assignment grades
E-Campus is URI’s student portal where students can
- access records
- register for courses
- check bills and other financial information/li>
- view course grades and transcripts
URI is proud to provide O365, Microsoft O365 Office Suite and productivity applications, for all students. It includes free copies of Word, Excel, and the other Microsoft applications as well as a large number of other tools. Refer to the class syllabus for specific course needs.
Starfish is URI’s student success software platform for facilitating connectedness among students, faculty, and advisors, and has been integrated with Brightspace.
Billing & Payments
Leave of Absence or Withdrawal
Excused Absences (University Manual)
Student Handbook (Student Conduct)
Resources for Graduate Students