Some of the colleges and departments at URI offer special information sessions that provide more detailed information about specific majors. While several of the college sessions include tours of the facilities, some do not. You can read a brief description of each session below. If you are unsure which college offers the major you are considering, you can use the links at the top right of your screen to view the majors offered within each college.
Our spring visit calendar begins February 3 and runs through April 29, 2014. We encourage you to register in advance, and to also register for a Campus Tour and an Admission Information Session so that you can make the most of your visit.
As a returning user, you can reschedule your visit, add information to your personal profile, and register for special events and online chats.
This 45-minute information session is presented by a member of the Dean's team in the College's state-of-the-art Ballentine Hall, and includes an overview of the majors in the College, as well as internship and employment opportunities. We welcome your questions about our outstanding programs!
These sessions begin at 10:30 a.m. in the Thomson Boardroom (Room 347) on the 3rd. floor on the following dates:
This one-hour information session is presented by the Assistant Dean and includes a broad overview of the college's 15 majors, opportunities for internships and employment, and a question and answer session.
These sessions begin at 2:00 p.m. in the Center for Biotechnology and Life Sciences (CBLS Room 10) on the following dates:
This 45-minute information session is presented by the Director of the Office of Teacher Education or a knowledgeable faculty or staff member. It includes information about our early childhood, elementary, and secondary education programs, as well as our Master's in Special Education program. An overview of our admission process (including the new Teacher Education Scholar program), field placements, and academic requirements is included. We welcome questions from prospective students and family members.
These sessions begin at 10:30 a.m. in the Chafee Social Science Center, Room 601 on the following dates:
If you need to have a sign-language interpreter, please allow us as much advance notice as possible to arrange for a certified interpreter from the Rhode Island Commission for the State and Hard of Hearing. The best way to notify is to call us at (401) 874-7100. Be sure to leave your name, the date and time you're planning to visit, and a telephone number where you can be reached during the day.
If you have a disability and need an accommodation, please call (401) 874-7100 at least three business days in advance. For TTY assistance, please call R.I. Relay Service at (800) 745-5555.