- Can students from other schools enroll?
- When are summer courses offered?
- How do URI Summer credits get transferred?
- What is the cost of tuition and fees?
- How will my student be billed for URI Summer tuition and fees?
- How can I pay my student’s URI Summer e-Bill on his/her behalf?
- When will my student’s URI Summer e-Bill be issued? When will it be due?
- How do URI Summer online courses work?
- Will my instructor(s) contact him/her before the summer course(s) begin?
- How does my son or daughter contact their instructor?
- How do I know what materials I will need to buy for my students’s URI Summer course(s)?
- How do students drop a summer course no longer needed?
- Still have questions?
1. Can students from other schools enroll?
Yes. Students who do not attend URI full-time, but want to take URI Summer courses to earn credits that can be transferred to another institution of higher education or simply for personal enrichment should follow the registration steps listed within the “New Students” tab on our How to Register webpage. These registration steps are also the ones to be followed by high school students and students who once attended URI full-time but no longer do.
2. When are summer courses offered?
- Summer Session 1: May 21 – June 22 (5 weeks)
- Summer Session 2: June 25 – July 27 (5 weeks)
- Summer Session 3: May 21 – July 27 (10 weeks)
You can view the full 2018 URI Summer Sessions calendar here.
3. How do URI Summer credits get transferred?
Make sure your student’s full-time university or college will accept the transfer credits she or he earns by passing URI Summer courses. Your student’s home institution will most likely have an online database of courses already accepted for transfer credit from outside institutions (as a reference, you can view URI’s version of this database here) and a version of a “transfer credit form”, or something similarly named, that your student will need to complete and submit to his/her school if he/she plans to take a URI course that has not been previously accepted for transfer credit by the school. Completing such a form often requires a course syllabus and/or URI course description. You can search all official URI Course Descriptions here. For a copy of a URI syllabus, email the instructor listed for the class. Students can look up the appropriate instructor email address on the URI Summer Course Listing.
Once grades have been posted for URI Summer classes, students may request to have official URI transcripts sent to other institutions of higher education. The mailing of transcripts is free of charge and students may make these requests manually via their URI e-Campus account. Please follow complete instructions here.
4. What is the cost of tuition and fees?
Please use the following information to calculate the expected cost of tuition and fees for your student’s 2018 URI Summer enrollment.
|Course Level||In-state residents||Regional residents||Out-of-state residents|
|Undergraduate (course numbers 100-499)||$225 per credit||$394 per credit||$408 per credit|
|Graduate (course numbers 500+)||$303 per credit||$454 per credit||$462 per credit|
Unsure of the number of credits in which your student is enrolled? Your student can find this information on his or her e-Campus account or you may cross-reference the URI Summer course listing webpage with the list of official URI course descriptions.
Standard Fees (apply to all students who enroll in a 2018 URI Summer course)
Registration Fee: $30
Student Activity Fee: $20
Technology Fee: $7 per credit
Course Fee: Consult course fee details in e-campus ($25 for Tier I, $55 for Tier II, $75 for Tier III). Only select URI Summer courses qualify for an additional course fee.
Transcript Fee: A one-time fee of $45 is assessed to all students if this is their first enrollment at the University. All former and current students are exempt.
Document Fee: A one-time fee of $110 is assessed to all matriculating students if this is their first enrollment at the University.
For more information, please visit the URI Summer Tuition and Fees page.
5. How will my student be billed for URI Summer tuition and fees?
2018 URI Summer e-Bills will be generated on e-Campus. Your student’s my.uri.edu email account will be notified by URI Enrollment Services as soon as your e-Bill is posted to e-Campus. This email notification will contain the date by which the bill will need to be paid in full.
Please note that bills for URI Summer tuition will not be delivered as a hard copy via standard mail.
6. How can I pay my student’s URI Summer e-Bill on his/her behalf?
Electronic payments via e-Campus are encouraged, but a payment coupon can be printed from the e-Bill Portal for those who prefer to pay by mailing a check. For complete e-Bill information, please click here.
Your son or daughter can also grant you access to their e-Campus account. Please go to the Enrollment Services Granting Student Account Access to a Third Party page for more information.
7. When will my student’s URI Summer e-Bill be issued? When will it be due?
|Enrollment date||URI Summer e-Bill Issued||URI Summer e-Bill Due Date||Late fees assessed to students with unpaid balances on URI Summer e-Bills|
|On or before 5/18||Friday, 5/18||Wednesday, 6/13||Thursday, 8/2|
|5/19-6/22||Friday, 6/22||Thursday, 7/12||Thursday, 8/2|
|6/23-7/13||Friday, 7/13||Monday, 7/30||Thursday, 8/2|
8. How do online courses work?
Many URI Summer online courses are administered entirely through URI Sakai.
MUS courses can be a notable exception and are alternatively administered via connect4education.
Students taking an online course for the first time this summer are highly encouraged to complete the URI Online Learning Orientation prior to the start of the course.
URI Summer online courses can be administered synchronously or asynchronously, depending on the curriculum and the instructor. Summer online courses may have daily and/or weekly assignment deadlines by which students must abide. It is essential that students be ready to start participation in an online summer class on the first day of the session in which it is offered. A student who has questions about a specific online course should email the overseeing instructor immediately.
A student who has specific questions about his/her URI Sakai account should immediately contact the URI IT Service Desk at 401-874-4357 or email@example.com.
9. Will instructor(s) contact students before summer course(s) begin?
In the days leading up to the beginning of your student’s course(s), their URI Summer instructor(s) will most likely welcome them to class with a message through Sakai or an email to their my.uri.edu account. It is imperative that your student have access to this email address and their URI Sakai account before summer courses begin. A student who has specific questions about his/her URI Sakai account or my.uri.edu email address should immediately contact the URI IT Service Desk at 401-874-4357 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
10. How does my son or daughter contact their instructor?
If a student requires a syllabus or has a specific question about your course, please find the appropriate contact information for the instructor via our URI Summer course listing page.
11. How do I know what materials I will need to buy for my students’s URI Summer course(s)?
The URI Campus Store will be open for text book sales throughout and before URI Summer Sessions. During this time, Campus Store hours will be 8:30am-4:30pm, Monday-Friday. You will be able to order course materials online for all URI Summer courses through the URI Campus Store website starting the morning of Monday, May 16th. Please visit the URI Campus Store website for further details.
12. How do students drop a summer course no longer needed?
This must be performed manually by students via e-Campus. Please visit the URI Summer calendar for complete refund information and note that dropping a class can effect a student’s financial aid or scholarship award toward URI Summer tuition and fees. If you have questions about this, please contact URI Enrollment Services at 401-874-9500.
13. Still have questions?
For specific questions about individual courses (books, syllabi, attendance policies, etc.) please contact the overseeing professor listed for the summer course(s). All summer instructors email addresses are provided by clicking on their name on the URI Summer course listing page.
If you have additional questions or concerns regarding your student’s summer course, please visit our expansive URI Summer FAQ page.
Please do not hesitate to contact us!
John Olerio, Assistant Director of URI Summer Sessions, at 401-874-2540 or email@example.com
Nicole Cook, Specialist for URI Summer Sessions, at 401-874-2621 or firstname.lastname@example.org