Honors students are among the most active students on campus. They often carry the maximum number of credits, participate actively in the intellectual and artistic life of the university, pursue independent research, hold leadership positions on campus and are involved in many community groups and activities. To enable them to maintain their high level of engagement and still pursue a rigorous course of academic study, the University has granted Honors students the privilege of early enrollment dates.
To be eligible for early registration, Honors students must meet all of the following requirements:
*Exception: Second-semester freshmen who are enrolled in their first Honors course in the spring and have a 3.3+ URI GPA are exempted from this requirement and will be invited to complete early registration for the fall.
Early registration is not automatic. At the beginning of each semester, eligible students are notified about the opportunity to register early for courses the following semester. To receive early registration, eligible Honors students must complete all of the following requirements:
Welcome, new students!
Welcome, Nancy Caronia, new Honors lecturer/advisor!
Alyssa Neill, '14, a Nutrition & Dietetics major and Honors student was one of only 61 juniors nationwide to be awarded the prestigious Truman Scholarship in 2013. Selected for her academic achievement, leadership ability and commitment to a career in public service, Alyssa received a $30,000 scholarship for graduate study, attended a Truman leadership institute, and has joined the ranks of a global network of Truman Scholars. Read more in the URI Press Release.
Juniors Christopher Bobba (Chemical Engineering/Biological Sciences) and Russell Dauksis (Marine Biology) who have been named as Goldwater Scholars, and to Farid Topchiev (Chemical Engineering and German) who has received a Goldwater Honorable Mention! See their URI Press release to learn more.
Brian Stack (senior History/Philosophy) who has received a prestigious Humanity in Action Fellowship!
Brittany O'Brien has been awarded a 2012 National Security Education Program (NSEP) Boren Scholarship to study Swahili in Kenya for the fall semester. Brittany has also been granted an NSEP African Languages Initiative Summer Supplement to study Swahili at the University of Florida prior to her departure.
These six URI sophomores who won Hollings Scholarships from NOAA this year: Michael Canton, Eilea Knotts, Sarah Merolla, Benjamin Sevey, Callie Veelenturf and Brenton Wallin. Read more in their URI Press Release.
Deborah Gardiner, 401.874.2303
Caitlin Green, 401.874.9483
Nancy Caronia, 401.874.2267
Brian Clinton, 401.874.2576