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Diversity at URI

Dedicated to developing a supportive and inclusive campus culture across the boundaries of culture, identity, and discipline.

Housing and Residential Life

Want to find more information related to living on campus? Need to apply for housing? This is the place to go!

Living and Learning Communities

A Living and Learning Community (LLC) is an entire residence hall, or a sector within a residence hall, that is assigned by academic college, major, or interest area. Students living in an LLC share common academic interests and attend some classes together, but also form study and academic support groups, share access to Residential Academic Mentors (RAM), and attend faculty-sponsored programs within their residential communities.

Off Campus Housing

Find information such as off-campus property listings, student information, landlord information, and a roommate database.

Dining

Check out a list of menus for the different dining locations on campus. Find nutritional information, meal plan information, URI catering services, or sign up for the e-Meal Newsletter.

Memorial Student Union

The Union is center for campus activities. It is home to over 100 student organizations, the Center for Student Leadership Development, the Office of Student Involvement, the URI Bookstore, plus many other services and offices. Attend an event or plan an event, there is always something happening at the Union.

Ram Tours

Ram Tours is a travel program for URI Students! Each semester a variety of exciting road trips are planned, such as Red Sox, Bruins and Celtics games, Six Flags, Broaway Shows in NYC, Zip Lining in The Berkshires and Spring Break in Italy.

Office of Student Life

Provides supportive programs and services that enhance community values, student conduct and the integration of classroom and out-of-class educational experiences.

Greek Life

The Greek community at the University of Rhode Island is comprised of 20 organizations, including 10 men's groups (fraternities) and 10 women's groups (sororities). There are over 1,600 active members, which account for approximately 15% of the total University undergraduate population! Go Greek!

Volunteer & Service Learning

Learn about service learning, volunteerism, and internship opportunities at URI.

Center For Student Leadership Development

Provides opportunities for students to Minor in Leadership Studies and become effective, inclusive leaders in their careers, communities, and families.

Veterans Affairs Program

Provides opportunities for Veterans as they transition into academic life.

Division of Student Affairs

The collection of departments, programs, and services that seek to foster URI students' personal development and directly contribute to their success as learners.