Student Financial Responsibility Agreement

What is the Student Financial Responsibility Agreement?

The Student Financial Responsibility Agreement (herein referred to simply as the Agreement) informs students of the financial responsibilities associated with enrolling for classes,  and explains the potential consequences that may be taken if a student fails to meet those obligations.


Why do I have to complete this agreement?

Our goal is to help our students understand the cost of their education and the financial policies associated with their enrollment at URI.  This agreement, in conjunction  with our website, e-Campus account information, letters and other documentation, helps define  the University’s expectations for payment, and allows us to  clearly inform students of our policies related to e-billing, late payment penalties, contact methods, etc.

How do I complete the Agreement?

The process for completing the Agreement is quick and easy, and should take students just a few minutes to do.   Students will need to log into e-Campus, and click the Financial Responsibility Agreement item in their To-Do List.  After reading the Agreement, they will need to click the Accept box, followed by the Save button.  Once saved, students must complete the process by clicking the Next button in the upper right corner of the page, followed by the Finish button.   That’s all there is to do!

How often do I need to complete the agreement?

Students will be asked to complete the Agreement only once during their career at URI.

How quickly can I enroll after completing the Agreement?

Completion of the Agreement will lift the account hold immediately and students will be able to proceed with registration.

What happens if I refuse to sign the Agreement?

The Agreement provides vital account information and potential consequences for non-payment.  If a student chooses not to complete the Agreement, they will not be permitted to enroll for classes until the issue is resolved. Students with concerns about this policy are encouraged to contact Dr. Carnell Jones or Ms. Julie Steitz at